Jiankou (Arrow Nock) Great Wall Pictures

The Jiankou section is situated in the mountain ridge of Xiazhazi Village, Huairou, Beijing. It's an important section of the Ming (1368-1644) Great Wall, regarded as one of the most dangerous sections of the Ming's wall. It connects to Mutianyu section on the east and joins the Huanghuacheng section on the west.

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  • The Jiankou Great Wall is very steep.
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Questions & Answers on Jiankou (Arrow Nock) Great Wall Pictures
Asked by Ms.cllico cat from USA | Nov. 01, 2010 12:57Reply
Was the wall first created in the qin dynasty?
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Answered by Mr.Chang | Nov. 04, 2010 22:06

No, the wall was first built in the Warring States Period (476 BC - 221 BC).
But this section-Jiankou was built in Ming Dynasty.
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