Subashi Ruins Pictures

Ruins of Subashi was the remains of Subashi Buddhist Monastery which existed between the Northern and Southern Dynasties (386-589) and the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Covering an area of 180,000 square meters (about 44.5 acres), this site is the biggest Buddhist temple remains that has been discovered in Xinjiang. Attraction Intro: Subashi Ruins
  • Photo Credit: Mr. Lynn Hurst<br /><br />All the walls of Subashi temple were built with sun-dried mud bricks, which had witnessed the great honor - in the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907), the hierarch Xuanzang had ever stayed here for more than 2 months.
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Asked by Mr.BILGE from MGL | May. 10, 2009 04:12Reply
I want to know about Urumqi's which board is near from mongolian board.(HOW MANY HOURS NEED DO TO MONGOLIAN BOARD)
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Answered by Mr.Qi from CHINA | May. 11, 2009 04:01

Xinjiang has totaly four borders to Mongolia. It seems that Wulasitai is the nearest from Urumqi, 450 km. I am not sure about the time needed to the border, but it needs four hours from KAramay to the port. It is a seasonal opened border, only open in March, June, September and 1-20th day of December.Sorry and Good Luck.
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