The former site of Jinchengguan in Sui and Tang Dynasties is located in the Jinchengguan Cultural and Customs District, Beibinhe Middle Road, Anning District, Lanzhou. There are no buildings on the original site. Now, a large number of antique buildings have been built on the Jinchengguan Cultural and Customs District as various displays of the Jinchengguan Cultural and Customs District. Venue, business catering service place too.
Lanzhou was formerly known as Jincheng, while the former site of Jinchengguan was located in the narrow strip between the north bank of the Yellow River and Baita Mountain. Perhaps now that the traffic is well developed, it is difficult to see the meaning of Guancheng, but when you come here and pay attention to the towering mountains and the rushing Yellow River next to it, you can also imagine the dangers of the time. The specific site of Jinchengguan is under the precarious cliff below the Lanzhou Forest of Steles, and the Jinchengguan commercial and cultural area was built not far to the east by Baita Mountain Park, which is a continuation of this historical name.
Jinchengguan was a military fortress in ancient times and has now been turned into a historical and cultural district.
There are internet celebrity check-in places that netizens admire in major cities across the country, such as the gates of Beijing, the beaches of Shanghai, the palaces of Lhasa, the roads of Chengdu, the roads of Chongqing, and the waist of Guangzhou. What about Lanzhou? It's the bridge! The full name is Zhongshan Bridge. There are so many bizarre bridges flying across the Yellow River across the country, why do you only favor Zhongshan Bridge? That's because a hundred years ago, this bridge was designed by the Americans and the Germans to supervise and build the joint crystallization of human wisdom completed by the Lanzhou people. So the question is, what are the details and the process of accomplishing this human bridge wisdom between the three parties of virtue and China? The answer lies in the Yellow River Bridge Museum in Lanzhou.