A visit to Longshan Mountain in the suburbs of Taiyuan can be a surprise to those who like to explore the history of Taoist arts.
A park in memory of ancient high official Di Renjie (630-700) opened to the public on Dec 1 in Taiyuan.
Renowned calligrapher Fu Shan's classic works inscribed on stone tablets in hidden gem of Taiyuan.
Just 25 kilometers from downtown Taiyuan, Jinci Temple is a historic cultural site offering fine examples of ancient Chinese architecture, sculpture, frescoes and inscriptions.
Shele Park in northern part of Taiyuan city is expected to open to the public by the end of this year.
Qinglong Ancient Town, formerly known as Jinghaozui, was once a major town in North China.
Shanxi Museum in Taiyuan is the largest collection, protection, research and exhibition center of historical relics in Shanxi province.
Chongshan Temple is on Dilianggong St, in the Yingbin district of Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi.