Strictly speaking, it is not a historical attraction. It was just built during the filming of Guo Liang Film and Television Village before. It may have a prototype but it is no longer testable. However, this building is located in a place with better scenery, between the ladder and Guoliang Village, at the top of the valley mouth, looking south and east to Cuigu Danping and Jiaoding Mountain. It's just that because the small road from the ladder to the scenic spot is closed, you can only come from the Guoliang tunnel, which is equivalent to going back, and it is not easy to walk while building the road. You can climb to the top of the cannon, but the internal environment is a bit dirty, there are a lot of graffiti, and the stairs are very narrow.
The artillery is a so-called scenic spot built for filming movies, and one of two scenic spots on the same line as the ladder. It is far away from Guoliang Village. There is a battery car at the gate of Guoliang Village. In order to save time, it is recommended to take a battery car to go there. The artillery itself is lacklustre, but here you can climb up to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Wanxian Mountain, which is also a good experience. However, in general, the highlights are not big, and it is not a particularly recommended attraction.
It is worth seeing, it has precipitated the years of history! Scenery and history coexist, cost-effective.
This turret was built for the filming of the movie "Hands Up", there is nothing special about it.