The Great Qi Wall

Built between 770 BC and 476 BC in the ancient Kingdom of Qi (modern Shandong), the Great Wall of Qi is the oldest great wall in China, a predecessor to the more famous Great Wall of China in Beijing and other northern provinces. The Qi Wall originated from a small village in Changqing County of Jinan, extending to a total length of 620 km, and ending on the seashores of Qingdao.

Our recommendation is for you not to miss 1/10 of the best sections of the 1000 km Qi Wall. All within walking distance of the Jinyang Pass. The section was last repaired in the Qing Dynasty over 150 years ago. It is a rare treat to see them in its originality shape before they fall into ruins. We were told no further is or will be scheduled since it would not be able to be preserved to its natural beauty. The best time to trek the walls is in the late afternoon, where you will watch the sunset.

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山东省文化和旅游厅 Shandong Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism

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