大龙哥哥Working on the mountains behind Qishan Township, you can have a bird’s eye view of the entire Qishan Fort. The old castle is domineering across the Western Han River Valley. It has outstanding military value in ancient times. Wuhou Temple was built on the old castle~
In recent days, the weather is gloomy and the mountains are muddy. The fellow said that this year there was too much rain and there is a little poem left~~~
Three Qishan things have not ceased, and even the dark road makes people worry.
The hometown of Emperor Qin is rainy today, and the west hanging loess is soft.
The six cuttings were ultimately fruitless, and Wuhou Temple was surrounded by vegetation.
Big and small things go with the wind, and the ancient castle flows westward for thousands of years.
Remembering Qishan Earthquake Landslide Operation
Note: Lixian County was called Xichui in the Western Zhou Dynasty, the birthplace of Qin culture; Zhuge Liang came out of Qishan and built a military facility Qishan Fort here, and later generations built Wuhou Temple on the fort as a memorial; West Han Dynasty water flows from east to west in this section .
凡人甲This is the hometown of the Pre-Qin Dynasty and the birthplace of the first national system. The Qin Culture Museum has many cultural relics on display, including the Qin West Chuiling Mausoleum and Shaanxi Terracotta Warriors and Horses. It is the place to feel the Chinese culture and to understand the development and strength of the early Great Qin Empire.
大龙哥哥Dabaozi Mountain Qin Gong Cemetery is located in Dabaozi Mountain, 12 kilometers east of Lixian City, not far from the confluence of Yongping River and Western Han River. Four large-scale Qin cemeteries were unearthed in the early 1990s. The unearthed cultural relics are unique in the country and are well-known at home and abroad. This cemetery is the first cemetery of the Qin Dynasty, which is the Xichui Cemetery.
There are not many things to see on the mountain at present. I met the construction party who is building the cemetery. According to my understanding, the Xicui cemetery is a national protection project and will not be displayed as a tourist attraction in the future. There are still many cultural relics to be discovered in Dabaozi Mountain.
Tourists can currently browse through signs, signs and the like under the mountain. You can also see the fuku ruins on the mountain. In order to protect the fuku ruins, greenhouses and water channels were built. If you still want to learn about Qin culture, it is recommended to go to the Qin Culture Museum. There are many cultural relics unearthed in Dapuzi and some explanations.
SMALLZTianshui Shimen Mountain, a scenic spot known as Xiaohuang Mountain. It snowed when we went, and the whole scenic spot was covered with thick snow. We drove there by ourselves. The town of Shetang in the scenic spot was about 30 kilometers away, but because the road conditions were not very good, we drove for nearly an hour and a half. But because it was winter, the gate of the scenic spot was closed, and we drove the car directly without buying a ticket. It's a bit curved, but the road conditions are good.
Shimen Mountain is known as one of the three major scenic spots in southeast Gansu due to its unique and beautiful natural scenery. It is a popular tourist attraction.
21 Oct, 2021 Li County Weather: Overcast, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 74%, Sunrise/Sunset: 07:09/18:19
Li County Travel: Suitable, Umbrella: Not Required, UV Strength: Very Low
Museums are not only the remains of history, but also the development and process of history.
The Gansu Qin Culture Museum in Li County, Gansu Province is one of the biggest harvests of my journey. The museum displays the early Qin cultural relics and shows the rich prehistoric cultural sites in the Xihan watershed of Li County. And a large number of precious cultural relics unearthed.
These artifacts provide extremely valuable information for studying the initial history of the founding of the Daqin Empire. It also shows that Li County is the birthplace and cradle of the Qin people.