Alas, it’s really amazing to be able to see this trace of this history. Thinking about it, it’s the feeling left behind by things like the Ming Great Wall, which makes people have a very historical sense of precipitation. I think this is the most intriguing in China. Something to be proud of.
A sense of vicissitudes arises spontaneously. A free attraction, few people come, not far from the widest road in the center of Datong County, I walked there, although it was a bit tired, after all, it is more than 2,000 above sea level, and it feels like crossing.
It’s worth seeing, the sky is blue and there is no pollution
The title picture should be fake, at least the most classic city wall from Xiaoshishan to Niangniangshan is rammed earth, without stone. There is still a small amount of controversy in academic circles as to whether the Datongming Great Wall is considered a Great Wall, but the current mainstream view is that this is the westernmost section of the Ming Great Wall. I personally insist that this is a section of the Great Wall, because it meets some of the defining conditions of the Great Wall. Very good site landscape, it is recommended to go and see. I have lived there since I was young, and have climbed the Great Wall of China countless times, hoping to protect it.
[There is also the Great Wall in Qinghai? ] I passed by Xining, Qinghai not long ago, and when I was in the car, I stumbled upon the Great Wall on the hillside in the distance! I came back to check the information and found out: This is the Qinghai Datongming Great Wall, the site of the highest Ming Great Wall in the world. It was built in 1546 and is 50,245 meters in existence. It is known as the "Badaling Great Wall" in Qinghai. Have a good look. In addition to Qinghai Lake, Qinghai has too many surprises waiting for you to discover.
Preston_Dominguez: Datong, Xining, Qinghai, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Mount Laoye,Great Wall of Ming Dynasty Relics Park,Qiaotou Park,Shijiazhuang Mosque,