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Mutianyu Great Wall (北京慕田峪長城2), Beijing, CN
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The Mutianyu Great Wall located in Huairou district of Beijing, is only 20 kilometers away from the Jingcheng Expressway. According to the historic record, this part of the Great Wall was built up by the General Xuda who served the Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang in early Ming Dynasty on the ruins of the Great Wall in North-Qi Dynasty. The Mutianyu Seenic Spot is hugged by mountains with beautiful natural sceneries. It enjoys the fame of "Mutianyu is particularly elegant of the  Great Wall" Both in China and abroad. 

慕田峪長城位於北京市懷柔境內,距京承高速懷柔出口20公里,據文献記載,此段長城是北齊長城遺址上由明初開國皇帝朱元璋手下大將徐達督造而成。慕田峪長城群山環抱,風景秀麗,有萬里長城慕田峪獨秀的美譽。 

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