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Simatai Great WallSimatai Great Wall

Known for its dangerous, steep, and astonishing position, the 19 kilometers long Simatai Great Wall has 35 watchtowers. It is recognized as the best preserved portion of Ming Great Wall. >> View details


Location: Beijing

Badaling Great WallBadaling Great Wall

This section of Great Wall is the best preserved and earliest to be open for sightseeing. As an outpost of the Juyong Pass, Badaling Great Wall with latitude of 1, 015 meters, had long been a strategic location for military purpose. >> View details

Location: Beijing


Mutianyu Great WallMutianyu Great Wall

This 2,250 meters long portion of the Great Wall has 22 watch towers, with the highest having an altitude of about 540 meters.s one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall, Mutianyu used to serve as the northern barrier defending the capital and the imperial tombs. >>View details

Location; Beijing


Overhanging Great WallOverhanging Great Wall

The Overhanging Wall, the extension of the walls at the Jiyuguan Pass towards the north, was an integral part of the ancient defense system at the Jiayuguan Pass. The wall here was built on the ridge with the gradient of 45 degrees. It is high in the air and it looks as if it fell down from the top of the hill. >>View details

Location: Jiayuguan in Gansu Province


Jiayuguan PassJiayuguan Pass

Jiayuguan, the best preserved of all Great Wall passes, is in the west of Jayuguan City, Gansu Province. It was known in ancient times as the first pass of Hexi and a key passageway of the Silk Road. >>View details



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