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This Map Drawing gives a complete overview of the JiaYuGuan Fortress UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, Scenic Spot, and Recreational Area in JiaYuGuan, in Western Gansu Province of China.

The Map gives a full lay-out of the individual elements of the Ming Dynasty Era Fortress, as well as the nearby Spring Lake Recreational Area, the Arrival and Parking Area, the Chinese Garden named after Architect of the Fortress Hi Shen, The Great Wall of China at JiaYuGuan Pass Historic Museum and other nearby Tourist Facilities of lesser importance.
Follow the links to navigate along each individual section of the renowned JiaYuGuan Fortress, and the attached Recreational Area.
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Statue of Hi Shen, the Architect of the Ming Era Fortress
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Steles Pavilion
GuangHua Eastern Vaulted Gate
Arrival & Parking
Pavilion of the Literary Elite - WenChang Ge
Parking
<-- Road to Suspended Arm Great Wall
Museum
Front Gate
Souvenir Store
Hi Shen Garden
Central Court
Steles Pavilion-->
Central Court of Inner Fortress
Guandi Temple
JiaYuGuan Fortress & Pass Museum
Road to Front Gate
Visitors Center
Visitors Information Center
The Fortress Scenic Park is entered from the East, where there is a huge parking space for tourist busses to offload, as well as a
Western Fortress Wall
Eastern Fortress Wall
Outer Wall
Trench
Ming Great Wall of China
Outer Wall
Trench
Sleuce Gate
Ming Great Wall of China
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The Park dedicated to Hi Shen is located North of the grand boulevard leading up from the arrival area to the tourist information center and the ticket offices. Once inside the Park one can enjoy the view of the Fortress while cooling down near the water of Spring Lake, or head North-West to go immediately to the Fortress along a small road leading up to the Front and Outer Gate. The Great Wall of China at JiaYuGuan Pass Museum is further up North and can be seen in the Distance. Turn Left and West however and one finds oneself within the confines of the Fortress Citadel. Sights to see within area are first of all the Steles Pavilion, which is found along the Road leading up to the Inner Fortress Walls and Gates. Second in Line is Wenchang Ge or the Hall of the Literary Elite opposite of which are some souvenir stores and toilet facilities, then third is the Guan Di Miao, or Temple of Lord Guan, after which follows the Eastern Guanghua Gate of the Inner Fortress. This Vaulted Gate is one of the Legendary Two Gates of the Fortress. After walking inside Central Courtyard of the Inner Fortress one can marvel at the Western Gate or have a walk around on the Inner Fortress Walls to check out the View of the Surrounding Area. On Good days one can clearly make out the snowcaps of the Qilian Shan in the South and the Suspended Arm Great Wall in the North. Last stop on any Tour should be the spectacular Great Wall of China at JiaYuGuan Pass Museum, which is located beyond the Front Gate in the North of the Park Area.

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multitude of stalls comprising a tourist market for the locals to peddle their tourist wares from.