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Tuyoq or Tuyugou or Tuyuk (Chinese: 吐峪沟 Tŭyùgōu) is an ancient oasis-village in the Taklamakan desert, 70 km east of Turpan in a lush valley cutting into the Flaming Mountains, with a well preserved Uyghur orientation, and few tourists. It is famous for its seedless grapes and a number of ancient Buddhist meditation caves nearby containing frescos.
Coordinates: 42.858519, 89.691976
- Bonavia (2004), pp. 241-242.
- Bonavia, Judy (2004). The Silk Road: Xi'an to Kashgar. Revised by Christoph Baumer. Odyssey Guides. Hong Kong. ISBN 962-217-741-7.
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