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  You are here: Home > China Travels News > Unique section of the Great Wall draws in visitors

Update: AUG 18, 2013  By: SplendidChinaTours.com

As people all know what the Great Wall looks like but did you know that some of it is built over water? The Jiumenkou section of the wall in Liaoning province in Northeast China is famous for just that.

The Jiumenkou section of the Great Wall used to function as a defensive frontline against nomadic tribes. Built more than 1,500 years ago, it has undergone multiple renovations in history and is a prime example of a defensive fortification. Today, the site is drawing in tourists from around the world because of its unique location over water.

Li Lulu, Jiumenkou Great Wall, said, "We have a teaCm of tour-guides fluent in English to provide in-depth introductions to visitors from around the world."

Unique section of the Great Wall draws in visitors

Jiumenkou Great Wall.

The site has been recognized by UNESCO as an Cultural World Heritage site. Another site in the area of similar stature is the "Three Mausoleums of Shengjing", also in Liaoning province. The site includes the tomb of the founding emperor of the Qing Dynasty and tombs dedicated to his ancestors.

The Qing dynasty was established by the nomadic Manchu people living in Northern China, and the legacies here exemplify the clash and merging of Manchu culture with the Han civilization for all to see.

Source: ecns

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