Erkunde Wüsten, Taklamakan Desert und noch mehr!

die Einsamkeit der Wüste, Xinjiang, China

die Einsamkeit der Wüste, Xinjiang, China

Uighur mollahs praying in Imam Asil tomb in the Taklamakan Desert  Xinjiang, China  http://itunes.com/apps/lafforgueHD

Uighur mollahs praying in Imam Asil tomb in the Taklamakan Desert Xinjiang, China http://itunes.com/apps/lafforgueHD

Taklamakan Desert is the largest in China and is located in the center of Tarim Basin, in the south of Xinjiang Province

Taklamakan Desert is the largest in China and is located in the center of Tarim Basin, in the south of Xinjiang Province

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This video is used for educational purposes. You can find more information here. http://www.libraryvideo.com/browse/sm_allseries.asp

beautiful Qinghai, China

Abseits touristischer Trampelpfade und ohne umständliches Reise-Permit kann tibetische Kultur in der Provinz Qinghai erlebt werden. Dennoch: Eine Herausforderung!

The Kingdom of Khotan was an ancient Buddhist kingdom located on a branch of the Silk Road along the southern edge of the Taklamakan desert in the Tarim basin (present day Xinjiang, China). The kingdom existed for over 1,000 yrs until it was conquered by Muslim invaders in 1006.

The Kingdom of Khotan was an ancient Buddhist kingdom located on a branch of the Silk Road along the southern edge of the Taklamakan desert in the Tarim basin (present day Xinjiang, China). The kingdom existed for over 1,000 yrs until it was conquered by Muslim invaders in 1006.

Spiegelwelten am Chaka Yanhu, Salzsee, Qinghai, China

Spiegelwelten am Chaka Yanhu, Salzsee, Qinghai, China

Strom für die Einsamkeit am Chaka Yanhu, Salzsee, Qinghai, China

Strom für die Einsamkeit am Chaka Yanhu, Salzsee, Qinghai, China

vom Wind geformte Geisterstadt Moguicheng, Xinjiang, China

vom Wind geformte Geisterstadt Moguicheng, Xinjiang, China

"Daily Life on the Silk Road (Photo Series)" (by Chia-Ling Melody Yuan).  These images are modern day depictions of daily life shaped from ancient customs on the Silk Road.  Surrounded by the Taklamakan Desert and Lop Nur, the 4,000 mile Silk Road was divided into three routes in Western China. This photo series follows the northern route beginning in Xi'an (once the capitol of China) and continues through Lanzhou, Wuwei, Zhangye, Jiayuguan, Dunhuang, Turpan, Urumqi and Kashgar.

"Daily Life on the Silk Road (Photo Series)" (by Chia-Ling Melody Yuan). These images are modern day depictions of daily life shaped from ancient customs on the Silk Road. Surrounded by the Taklamakan Desert and Lop Nur, the 4,000 mile Silk Road was divided into three routes in Western China. This photo series follows the northern route beginning in Xi'an (once the capitol of China) and continues through Lanzhou, Wuwei, Zhangye, Jiayuguan, Dunhuang, Turpan, Urumqi and Kashgar.

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