As a famous land of acrobatics and martial arts, Cangzhou is 180 kilometers to Beijing in the south, and 90 kilometers to Tianjin. Its martial arts go back to ancient times. It has given birth to a large number of excellent martial arts performers, and many schools of martial arts. Now it has over 10 large martial arts centers, where Chinese and foreign tourists can appreciate, study and practice martial arts.
Wuqiao is a famous land of acrobatics. The "Wuqiao Great Acrobatics World" integrates modern and traditional acrobatics, and Chinese and foreign acrobatics and magic into one, thus forming the largest tourist attraction with most local features in China. The "Cangzhou Martial Arts Festival" and "Wuqiao Acrobatic Culture Festival"are held regularly. Cangzhou is also a famous land of Moslem. The Koran was firstly translated into Chinese in Cangzhou. It embraces the Beida Mosque, one of the four major mosques in China, the Primary School for the Huis, the Huis Hotel, the Moslem hood Processing Factory, etc.
Qiantong Town in Yanshan is the site where Xu Fu of the Qin Dynasty
(221-206 B.C.) crossed the sea to Japan with 3,000 boys and girls. The
Qiantong Shrine which houses the statue of Xu Fu has been renovated
and open to the public.
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