Sideng Old Town, Shaxi, Yunnan, China. : Stock Photo
Sideng Old Town, Shaxi, Yunnan, China. : Stock Photo

Sideng Old Town, Shaxi, Yunnan, China.

Credit: Lynn Gail
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Shaxi is a historical market town in Jianchuan County, Dali Prefecture, Yunnan province, China.The town is located roughly in between Dali and Lijiang. The Sideng market square of the town of Shaxi was added to the World Monuments Watch List of 100 Most Endangered Sites in 2001. Shaxi started as a trading point for tea and horses during the Tang Dynasty (618 ? 907).

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