Dunhuang Han Great Wall Pictures

Some beacon towers like this one scattered in Dunhuang and each of them was guarded by soldiers in the past.

The Dunhuang Great Wall is a unique section of Han Dynasty, which were made from concrete slab and reed. During the construction of this section, a large quantity of reed and plant produced in local area were used. Simple as the materials were, this section of the wall is cast-iron and till today, they were well preserved. Attraction Intro: Dunhuang Han Great Wall
  • Some beacon towers like this one scattered in Dunhuang and each of them was guarded by soldiers in the past.
  • This is a ruined beacon tower. People who have not seen it before maybe regard it as a mound.
  • The long earth wall of the Han Dynasty has lost its former appearance and it is becoming vivid under the introduction of the guide.
  • Although a dilapidated beacon tower, it still brings visitors a great impression.
  • Several blocks of the wall relics of the Han Dynasty dotted in the Gobi Desert.
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Asked by Ms.chris | Nov. 24, 2010 00:56Reply
Is there an entrance fee to Great Wall of China?
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Answered by Mr.Chang | Nov. 24, 2010 03:11
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Yes, most sections need an admission fee, especially the famous sections for sightseeing~
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