China’s Tusi sites listed as world heritage

China’s Tusi sites, remains of tribal domains in southwest China whose hereditary rulers were appointed by ancient China’s central government as “Tusi”, was inscribed in the World Heritage List on Saturday.

The “Tusi” sites include the ruins of Hailongtun castle in Zunyi of Guizhou Province (shown in this video), the Tangya Tusi city in Xianfeng County in Hubei Province and the Yongshun old Tusi city in Hunan Province.

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