Gezhouba Dam Pictures

With the multiple function of electricity generation, ship, flood discharge and irrigation, Gezhouba project is indeed a marvelous one all around the world.

Gezhouba Dam was the first dam built on the Yangtze River and is an important cog in the Three Gorges Water Control Project. The dam is 2,560 meters long and seventy meters high. It consists of locks, electric power stations, discharge sluices, scouring sluices and a water-retaining structure. The dam generates electricity, controls floods and provides improved channel navigation. Attraction Intro: Gezhouba Dam
  • With the multiple function of electricity generation, ship, flood discharge and irrigation, Gezhouba project is indeed a marvelous one all around the world.
  • There are three ship locks of Gezhouba Dam. Passengers will be informed to go to the upper deck to view the grand scene when passing through the dam.
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Asked by Mrs.Sandie | Feb. 25, 2011 02:45Reply
We will be doing the Shanghai to Beijing via Yangtze River tour Oct 30, 2011 for 12 days. What should we expect to pack regarding the weather?
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Answered by Mr.Sam | Feb. 25, 2011 19:39
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Please take your warm autumn clothes since Beijing will be cold that time period.
Asked by Mr.Brook | Nov. 26, 2010 21:00Reply
My wife and I are planning to travel to China for 3 to 4 weeks around June 2011. We intend to arrive at Guilin first, making our way North by train.
The plan is to travel by rail from Guilin to Yichang (three gorges dam and have a Yangtze Cruise) then to Lhasa via Luoyang. Is that possible and what are the best type of train to travel from Luoyang to Lhasa and can we pre book the train tickets? All advice welcome
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Answered by Mr.Richard | Nov. 27, 2010 00:45
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Hi, Mr. Brook.
There is no direct train from Guilin to Yichang. Do you also plan to visit somewhere else? You can connect a train to Yichang in Kunming. It is also a good idea to visit Kunming by the way. As for the train to Lhasa, you can take the train in Xi'an or Bejing, see details from China Trains(https://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-trains/) .
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