Hainan Changhua Ancient Town, built during Ming Dynasty, was once a castle of defense.
Changhua Ancient Town (古昌化城) was once the county seat of ancient Changhua County. Located on the western coast of Changjiang County, it was built around 1392 ( during Ming Dynasty ) as a defense against enemy attacks. The ancient town walls, two and a half kilometers long, six meters high and five meters thick, have been rebuilt and storm damage repaired.

Changhua Ancient Town is very scenic with water in front and a hill at the back. Furthermore, about two kilometers southeast of the town are the famous tourist attractions of Changhualing Mountain (昌化岭) and Qizi Bay (棋子湾).


SOURCE: China.org.cn
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