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liaoning Dandong Hushan——The eastern starting point of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty
Liaoning Province

The Hushan Great Wall was built during the Ming Dynasty some 400 years ago. It is the eastern end of China's Great Wall. It crawls on the mountain like a giant dragon. On top of the Great Wall, the visitor can see down below the "Yibukua" Sino-Korean border while enjoying the scenery on both sides of the river. The magnificent time-honored Great Wall seems to be telling a story about its changes in the last 100 years.


360-degree panorama photography by yunzeng liu

Copyright: Yunzen Liu
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 20/08/2009
Uploaded: 14/02/2013
Updated: 04/04/2015


Tags: liaoning dandong hushan eastern starting point great wall ming dynasty
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More About Liaoning Province

Liaoning (Liaoning Province) has a long history of the Chinese nation and one of the cradles of Chinese civilization, referred to as "Liao", meaning "Liao River Basin, always peace", the provincial capital of Shenyang City. Liaoning is located in the southern part of Northeast China, is China's northeast economic zone and the Bohai Economic Zone of the important junction, the Northeast is leading off the traffic arteries, but also in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia to the world, the importance of the Eurasia continental bridge connecting Portal and leading-edge areas. The province's land area of 146,900 square kilometers, population 43.15 million (as at the end of 2008), governs two sub-provincial cities (Shenyang, Dalian) and 12 prefecture-level cities.