Pictures of Great Wall of Han and Ming Dynasties in Shandan County

A visitor stands in the old Great Wall to fell its long history. However, the Wall have become shoter and some sections even have disappeared. Saving the sections in Shandan a must to maintain the Wall's continuity. If something is not done soon, we will be losing hundreds of meters of wall a year.

There are many Great Wall Relics of the Han and Ming Dynasties in Shandan Couty, Gansu Province. It looks spectacular in the vast fields. However, after centuries of weathering and rain erosion, especially the manmade damage, it is now in great danger. Some farmers dig big holes for rest, even cut some sections to take a shorter route. The irrigation to farmland near the Wall undermines its foundations. Attraction Intro: Han and Ming Great Wall in Shandan County
  • A visitor stands in the old Great Wall to fell its long history. However, the Wall have become shoter and some sections even have disappeared. Saving the sections in Shandan a must to maintain the Wall's continuity. If something is not done soon, we will be losing hundreds of meters of wall a year.
  • For convenience, a section of Great Wall was cut through by the locals.
  • The Great Wall of Ming Dynasty is parallel to one of the Han Dynasty.
  • Relics of Great Wall in Shandan County, Gansu Province
  • Remains of Great Wall of Han and Ming Dynasty in Shandan County
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Asked by Kitty from UNITED STATES | Mar. 04, 2013 07:43Reply
How did the Great Wall of china effect trading?
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Answered by Maria from PHILIPPINES | Mar. 04, 2013 21:08
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Along the wall, many fortress and towers were built in the old time. When no wars happen, people live there and make business with people who live on the other side of the Great Wall.
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