Hailed as the most beautiful Great Wall in northeast China's Liaoning province, well-preserved Zhuizishan Great Wall is famous for its steepness. Having not been renovated in modern times, it presents the original looks to tourists.
Built in Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Zhuizishan Great Wall, built with stones and bricks, stretches over 20,000 meters. Walking on the Great Wall is like walking on a rugged mountain road. Numerous beacon towers appear in the ups and downs of the Yanshan Mountain, which makes the view even more spectacular.