Because I live in Shuolong Town and where I live is the entrance of the Underground Great Wall, I went in and visited. This is the underground fortifications built during the war in self-defense and counterattack against Vietnam in the late 1970s. The wartime facilities were relatively complete, including command, communication, hospital, ammunition depot... The year I went there were few tourists, it was in dim lights. Walk alone. Here, you can imagine the tragic war of the year and the bravery and perseverance of the soldiers who defended their homes.
Everyone went to do not go, the scenic area has been closed, not open, it should look like no one, the door locks are rusted, not like will be reopened.
Although it is not a beautiful scenery, it is a memorial place for the Zhongyue veteran's battle. The veteran explained to us the scene of the war at that time, lamenting the cruelty of the war and the wisdom of building this place, but the transportation is inconvenient and it is very convenient to follow the group!
There are a lot of relics from the Sino-Vietnamese war in the past. It is located on the border. Now everyone is doing business in peace. A good life is what everyone yearns for. Using local resources to make money is very good. There is also a mystery here.
The scenery is pleasant, it is worth a visit, the price is acceptable, and the facilities are quite complete.
It is an underground air-raid shelter, a building to resist foreign enemies, and a patriotic continuous base
It is worth mentioning that the underground air defense project is huge.