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Badaling Great Wall八达岭-南四楼(787)
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南四楼:

      南四楼位于关城南峰上,从关城到南四楼,城墙长685.8米,高度上升127米,平均每6米即上升1米。南三楼与南四楼之间,山势陡峭,城墙逶迤约500米,最险要处坡度达到70度。相比较,从关城到北四楼,城墙长767.5米,高度上升155米,比南峰距离长,但较南峰平缓。

      据说这里是南峰最佳观赏处。

Copyright: Dxinwei
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Resolution: 8368x4184
Taken: 15/10/2013
Uploaded: 09/01/2014
Updated: 08/08/2014
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