The last and smallest of the three Nine-dragon Screens. The other two are in the Forbidden City and Beihai Park, Beijing
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nothing special, a decorated wall that was pure been moved away from the original location, you can avoid it and do something more interesting
If you are into seeing really old historically important things then this is worth the entrance fee... but if you missed it out it's not a major. There is another dragon wall on.the way to the grotto which is free... perhaps see that instead. That...More
Right in the center of the city, it is a small exhibit with a modest entance fee. Beautiful in color and detail.
It's better to see photo of the wall than the wall itself. It's small, not well preserved and most of all boring. If you don't want to spend your 10 yuans for few beers, you have to much time and you are by the gate,...More
You can easily reach this site from the city centre o Datong , I took the public bus 4 from Datong Railway Station to Nine Dragon Wall. It's open from 9.00 am to 5 pm. The price of the entry ticket is incredibly cheap, like...More