Shaanxi, pronounced roughly "Shahn-shee", is a north-central province of China, and includes portions of the Loess Plateau on the middle reaches of the Yellow River as well as the Qinling Mountains across the southern part of the province.
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Xi'an is a city in Shaanxi Province in China. The oldest surviving capital of ancient China, Xi'an is home to thousands of years of Chinese heritage and history.
Yan'an is a city in Shaanxi Province. It is hard to believe that a city, so in the middle of nowhere, is considered a major pilgrimage site.
Hanzhong is a city in Shaanxi Province. Hanzhong is famous throughout China for its "Liang Pi," cold rice noodles served with a spicy and sour sauce and usually served with vegetables such as cucumbers, carrots or sprouts.
Shenmu is a county in Shaanxi Province belongs to Yulin City. Shenmu has two train stations and they connect to two different lines.
Baoji is a city in Shaanxi. From Xi'an: 2 hours on a fast train, 3 hours on a regular train.