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28 Reviews
Historical Site
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1 hour
Address: 064 County Rd, Nanao Xian, Shantou Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China

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Xiongzhenguan is located on the ridge of the junction of Yun'ao and Shen'ao on Nan'ao Island, Shantou City, Guangdong Province. It was built in the 13th year of the Ming Dynasty and is the key point of the ancient pass of Yun's and Shen'ao towns. It is an important military pass along the southeast coast of China and a famous pass in the south China area. It is unique among the national islands. In the 1980s, the book "China Mingguan" was published, among which Nanao Xiongzhenguan was listed. According to the "South Australia Zhi" of Qing Dynasty, "Qi Jiguang broke Wu Pingdao out of this", explained the historical significance of the Guan Guan here and its important role in the town of South Australia, the consolidation of sea defense, is known as one of the famous Guan, the celebrities rely on and tourists yearn for.

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Xiongzhenguan military barrier is located in the foothills of the junction of Yun'ao and Shenzhen, south of Shenao Town, Nan'ao County, Shantou City, Guangdong Province. Xiongzhengguan’s terrain is relatively dangerous. It was the southern barrier of the Shen'ao Military Government, and it was also a key strategic point for any military campaign in the region. According to history, during the Qing Dynasty Jiajing period, the Zhejiang commander, Qi Jiguang, went to Nan'ao to pacify Wuping, and won a key victory in Xiongzhen. This campaign involved military personnel from the two provinces of Fujian and Guangdong, and was a famous historical victory. The fame of the Xiongzhenguan arose from this event.
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