|Genghis Khan's Mausoleum|
The mausoleum is made up of four palaces in the shape of Mongolian yurts, glorious and imposing with rounded roofs and glazed tiles inlayed golden eaves.
The Lamasery itself is of traditional, pretty Tibetan architecture, with white walls and flattened roofs, and was allegedly modeled after the Tashilhunpo Monastery in Shigatse.
|Resonant Sand Gorge|
It's said that the noise of sliding sand, after which the place is named, was thought by Marco Polo to be demons seeking to lure travellers to their death.