The Gaxiandong site is located 10 kilometers northwest of Alihe Town, Olunchun Autonomous Banner, Hulunbuir City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The Gaxian Cave site is a large natural cave. The entrance of the cave is on a cliff halfway up the mountain, 25 meters above the surface. The back of the mountain and the water face the entrance to the southwest. The cave is 120 meters long from north to south, 28 meters wide from east to west, and more than 20 meters high. Stone carvings of Zhuwen were discovered at the Gaxiandong site, and pottery, stone, bone, wood, bronze, iron, and jadeware were unearthed, as well as gold belt ornaments with Sanlu pattern and gold earrings. The pottery unearthed at the Gaxiandong site is mainly pottery pots. It belongs to the Warring States Period. Most of them are handmade dark brown sand-filled rough pottery, and a few are wheel-made fine mud-grey pottery. The pottery slices are mostly printed, and a pottery was found. Pottery pots full of grains; stone tools unearthed at the Gaxiandong site, fine stone tools dating back to the Mesolithic era, including stone arrowheads, stone spears, and scrapers. National key units.
There is a beautiful scenery in the forest, very primitive and simple, except for the road, there are no too many artificial elements, but there is no guide or too much explanation for the self-driving, the shortcomings are cultural elements, the Gaxian River is very beautiful, and the water is clear. The roadside wildflowers are also very beautiful
According to legend, this is the birthplace of the Xianbei tribe in the Northern Wei Dynasty. You can still see the words carved by them on the walls of the cave. It has a history of more than 1550 years.
Cool and comfortable! Fairyland! ~ In sharp contrast with the chaos of the city!
I was born in Alihe since I was a child and came to Dalian at the age of seven. I only went back twice. My memory is not so refreshing. It makes me feel that summer scenery is very beautiful, and winter is my favorite, ethereal feeling.
Preston_Dominguez: Oroqen, Hulun Buir, Inner Mongolia, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Gaxiandong Forest Park,Tuoba Xianbei historical and Cultural Park