The first scenic spot of the Great Wall is spectacular, with Jiuquan in the east, desert in the west, Jiayu in the north, Qilian in the south, and the river to the east. At the south end of the mountain, the mountain peaks are white all the year round, reflecting the blue sky, and it feels fresh and picturesque. As the saying goes, "there is a long way to go and the clouds are wet, and the wind is smooth and the forest is dancing." The scenic area is about 3.22 square kilometers. The scenic spot includes the first pier of the Great Wall, the comprehensive service area, the snorkeling snorkeling, the squatting inn, the Tianshou Suspension Bridge, the Drunken Sandy Field sculpture group, and the Chinese Dragon Forest. The first pier of the Great Wall was built in the 18th year of Ming Jiajing (AD 1539) by Li Han, the supervisor of Suzhou Bingdao Road, and 7.5 kilometers away from Guancheng in the north. The pier stands on the cliff nearly 56 meters high near the river. For its ambition, the famous Great Wall expert Mr. Luo Zhewen once had a vivid sigh: "Jiayuguan, the dangerous paintings are difficult, the piers are far away from each other, the Great Wall Road is connected to the mountains, and the arm is hard to climb." On the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty on more than 10,000 Huali, there are countless piers and dense mountains, and the first pier of the Jiayuguan Great Wall echoes the old dragon on the coast of the Bohai Sea in Hebei, and together they build the first and last of the Great Dragon of the Great Wall of China. The reputation of the Chinese nation "Dragon". If the Great Wall is a monument to the Chinese nation, then the first pier of the Great Wall is the place where this monument has risen. Now, the pier is about 10 meters high, and its bottom is irregularly square. The bottom is 14 meters wide. The interior is still square, with a length and width of 6 meters. It is made of loess, and the layer of earthworm is 10-20 cm thick. The inscription on the "First Great Wall of the Great Wall" was inscribed by the late Wei Lu traditional general of the West Road Army, and the writing was elegant and free.
The first pier of the Great Wall of Jiayuguan, today, these piers have lost the glory of the past. From a distance, they only think that they are the earthy piers in this desert. However, when they walk through the Gobi, they will be rewarded. When I got up the mound, I stroked its mottled and cold wall, or I couldnt help but think of the scene where the soldiers fired the signal on the pier and the smoke of the wolf. It was as if I could hear the killing of the soldiers. Innumerable soldiers returned to the dust in this dust, and there were countless soldiers who shed tears of homesickness. It has guarded the Chinese people for thousands of years. The bitterness of this is what our future generations have no way of knowing. Now they have to caress that it sighs and sighs.
Although the first pier has been broken, it still stands on the steep cliff and never fell. The pier itself is like a dedicated guardian who guards the safety of Guancheng and is willing to be in this piece of yellow sand. Among them stands alone. For thousands of years, although it has been plagued by countless wars, it has not been able to withstand the years of polishing, and the traces of the wind and sand have all remained on the abutment. This is another record of the change of years.
The first pier in the world, also known as the Laihe Pier, is a pier at the southernmost tip of the Great Wall and a pier at the western end of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty. It is also the most spectacular and best preserved ancient military relationship along the Great Wall. The first pier of the Great Wall is the most important pier in Guannan, and it is responsible for the military information of the Guannan and Qilian Mountains. There are docks, hummers, locusts, food and accommodation, salary, etc., equipped with a certain number of guards. There are also ancient barracks near the
, underground valleys, and hotels such as the Lai Inn.
In the Ming Dynasty, Jiayuguan Pass had jurisdiction over "hinterland, border areas and external piers, totaling 39." Piers on the Pass were numerous, crossed each other, were visible from each other, and were used to exchange information. The First Pier of the Great Wall is in the south of the Pass, which was responsible for transmitting military information from the south of the Pass and from the sites in Qilian Mountain. The pier was equipped with docks, post horses, post camels, food, accommodation and firewood, as well as a certain number of guards.