고성요망옥문관입니다~ 여기 시 한 구절에서 나온 지역이 여기입니다. 옥문관입니다. 오랜전부터 가고 싶었는데 말입니다!
사진으로 여행을 담는 토니의 포토입니다~ 여기가 진짜 경이롭고 아주 한 곳 한 곳 많은 역사 스토리가 담겨져있습니다~ 다시 가고 싶습니다!
Yumenguan Dunhuang is located at the western end of the Hexi Corridor, about 90 kilometers away from the urban area. When the western region enters jade, it takes its name. This time I drove from the city and found that the land on both sides was almost empty, and the little water that I could see occasionally was considered a wetland.
The Yumenguan site now has only a small square city with broken walls. The tower may be smouldering, but Yumenguan used to be an important military gateway and silk road traffic in the Han Dynasty. Its historical significance has been forever!
There are many poems about the frontier in the Tang Dynasty. When the Tang Dynasty was strong, many literati had the opportunity to experience the border, so many famous poems about it were written, especially about Yumenguan. For example, the very famous phrase "Spring Breeze is not good" The site of Yumenguan is now a small square in the northwest of Dunhuang, Gansu Province. Today, it is just a ruin. The core area is centered on the site of Xiaofangpancheng. It is linearly distributed. If you really want to come here to see the Great Wall, you may be disappointed. Desolation, a piece of ancient city wall ruins and a stone with a red letter of Yumenguan, even the entire attraction. The poem "The Yellow River is far from the Baiyun Mountain, a lonely city Wanshan Mountain. Why do you have to blame Yang Liu, the spring breeze is not Yumenguan." Let Yumenguan be known to the world. However, the erosion of the years and sands of thousands of years has left this place long gone. Many tourists have lost their hopes after coming here. They can only be called for their feelings. Yumenguan is dubbed "depressed" by tourists. But when you really set foot on this land, your feet are on the yellow sand, blowing the wind, looking at the endless desert, the sights gathered here thousands of years ago seem to be in front of you. Today's Yumenguan has long had no bustling scenes on the Silk Road, but there are still all your imaginations about the frontier. In 2014, the Yumenguan site was the Silk Road: Changan, a joint application of China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. A site in the road network of the Tianshan Corridor was successfully included in the World Heritage List.