Xi'an. A city is full of the legend and glory.
In the 11th century BC, The King of Zhou first found a capital here.
In the following years, hundreds of emperors built cities here, ruling China for over a thousand years.
History has left this city with an unparalleled cultural heritage.
Today, In the north of Xi’an, there is a large site of ancient cultural remains.
However, very few people know that there used to be the largest palaces with brick-wood structures in the world.
It has an area equivalent to three Versailles, four Forbidden Cities, twelve Kremlins, thirteen Louvers and fifteen Buckingham Palaces.
This is the Tang Empire Palace – Da Ming Palace.
Not only is there a secret that the empire has been submerged for so long,
but also it engraved the memory of the entire era.