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#4 of 1027 Places To Visit in Beijing
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Jiuduhe Town, Huairou District of Beijing City, 70 km north of Central Beijing

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The Great Wall at Huanghuacheng is easy to reach by public transport. You can go to Dongzhimen by bus 24, 106, 107, 123, 132, 206, etc. or subway line 2, 13, or the Airport Express Line. From there you can take bus 916 to Huairou Town and then the'Huairou–Waterside-Great-Wall Direct Bus to Huanghuacheng.

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The Great Wall at Huanghuacheng though not very popular as compared to other walls but still has its own charm. This section of the wall is part of the inner Great Wall that connects the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall in the east, via Jiankou, and Juyong Pass in the west. It is the only section in Beijing that was built through a lake. It is quite popular among hikers as the path is steep and thus becomes more challenging. It is surrounded by mountains with lush greenery. Some section of Huanghuacheng wall is even immersed in the water, which distinguishing it from the other.

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Tamilselvi Rajagopal
Tamilselvi Rajagopal
Great Wall near Beijing
Jun 19 2014
The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China in part to protect the Chinese Empire or i ...... read more