Monday, January 19, 2009

Miaojiang Great Wall - Chinese tourism scenic spots

Miao Jiang Wanli of the Great Wall built in Ming Dynasty (1573 -1620), a total length of 190 kilometers, from North County, western Hunan Guzhang Magpie Camp, south of the territory of Tongren in Guizhou Huang camp, most of the territory in Fenghuang County The cross-over, largely through a new Phoenix camp, Camp Allah, the ancient two-business, business will win the day, the town of Camp Creek Zhenwu business.

  Wall about 3 meters high, 2 meters Dikuan, wall to the top 1 meter wide, cross-Raoshan water, most of the steep ridge in the building, built along the route for more than 800 troops, the defense of Taiwan by the post, Fort, Tibetan stone house Card, to close at that time there in 4000-5000 along the general's army, Had increased to more than 7,000 people.

  Ming Dynasty, the border of Hunan and Guizhou Miao Ren classified as Shumiao and seedlings, seedling Zhao Ting is not subject to the jurisdiction of the Government of minorities, because they are fed up with exorbitant taxes and levies of government and national oppression, often rose. In order to stability in the border areas, to suppress resistance, the Ming Dynasty Set aside 40,000 taels of silver in the Shumiao and seedlings between the construction of the Great Wall from. Later, the rulers of the Qing Dynasty also be added Miaojiang part of the construction of the Great Wall were made. Perhaps as a result of ethnic minorities in the South's military strength as a powerful minority in the north, there will be no construction of the Great Wall Miaojiang as magnificent as the Great Wall in the north grow by stones There the Great Wall north of 1 /10-1 /6 size.
  Since the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Miao Jiang on the Great Wall of stones constantly removed by local people for housing, the base Hom. Today, we can only see off the wall and a number of well-preserved castle. Miao Jiang also the preservation of the Great Wall in the end how much is currently no one along the Search statistics.

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