Nankou Pass, Beijing 1871-72 Nankou Pass or the southern entry, is situated in Changping county in the suburb of Beijing. Sandwiched between two high mountains, it has been of strategic importance throughout history. From here one can see the first spur of the Great Wall. The Pass is very rocky and rough and for centuries, donkeys were the beasts of burden traders used for transporting goods through and beyond the Pass.

Nankou Pass, Beijing 1871-72 Nankou Pass or the southern entry, is situated in Changping county in the suburb of Beijing. Sandwiched between two high mountains, it has been of strategic importance throughout history. From here one can see the first spur of the Great Wall. The Pass is very rocky and rough and for centuries, donkeys were the beasts of burden traders used for transporting goods through and beyond the Pass.

Nankou Pass, Beijing 1871-72 Nankou Pass or the southern entry, is situated in Changping county in the suburb of Beijing. Sandwiched between two high mountains, it has been of strategic importance throughout history. From here one can see the first spur of the Great Wall. The Pass is very rocky and rough and for centuries, donkeys were the beasts of burden traders used for transporting goods through and beyond the Pass.

Nankou Pass, Beijing 1871-72 Nankou Pass or the southern entry, is situated in Changping county in the suburb of Beijing. Sandwiched between two high mountains, it has been of strategic importance throughout history. From here one can see the first spur of the Great Wall. The Pass is very rocky and rough and for centuries, donkeys were the beasts of burden traders used for transporting goods through and beyond the Pass.

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