Dafangpan City, also known as the Hecang City, is part of Yumenguan Scenic Area, facing the Gobi, back to the oasis. This was once an important military base to resist foreign invasion, after thousands of years, only the remains of the site, but can still feel the magnificent momentum. Around the city, from every angle, you can see nearly 2000 years ago, this was a magnificent castle, must be strong soldiers and horses, make the Huns look back.
Yumenguan is divided into three attractions, three attractions need to be visited by scenic shuttle bus, our first stop is Hecang City, can not cross the railing. The building inside has a long history, symbolizing China's 5,000-year-old civilization.
Yumenguan Scenic Area is an important attraction, the site can be seen is not high, too mutilated, most of the guides or instructors can not say anything so, it is ok to go around, there is nothing to see on the back, the city is relatively small.
Yumenguan site building, ancient granary, honor the Yumenguan garrison soldiers and food supply. Now only remnants of broken wall, a pile of loess left in the desert, people can only hang.
The desolate, vast gobi landscape and historic vicissitudes of the building remains
There are three scenic spots in Yumenguan Scenic Area. In addition to Xiaofangpancheng and the Great Wall of Han, this is the Hecangcheng known as Dafangpancheng. This was originally a warehouse in the Han Dynasty. There is a river below, so it can facilitate water transportation. The warehouse itself is also very large, and the remaining walls show the precipitation of history.
As the farthest one of the three scenic spots, the bus to the scenic spot took nearly 20 minutes in the past, and there is nothing nearby, which is probably why it can be kept. To be honest, it’s better looking here than the Great Wall of Han, because the building is taller and bigger, but it is said that the Yumenguan scenic spot is of little significance. It is true, just barely take a look. I spent more than 2 hours and 3 scenic spots here. It's a bit wasteful.