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I love the history and the photos of one of the very most important and impressive structures ever built.
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Climb to the top of the Dayingpan wall 大营盘 ( Big Camp Plate Great Wall ) . The stairs are steep upward, and even steeper down...
On top you will have a view to remember the rest of your life. Breathtaking.
http://www.greatwallforum.com/forum/...dayingpan.html

徒步大营盘 Big Camp Plate Great Wall hike
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