In the Longshengzhuang section of the Ming Great Wall in Fengzhen City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, there is a rare cliff stone inscription.

The ruins are relatively secretive, and the stone inscriptions on it are still legible after more than 600 years.

  The site was discovered during the National Cultural Relics Census in 1987, and it is well preserved due to the use of intaglio techniques and topographical reasons.

Its location is inaccessible, and it is still little known.

  Through the identification and interpretation of the stone inscriptions by archaeologists, it was discovered that the stone inscription was carved in the 29th year of Hongwu in the early Ming Dynasty.

(Reporter Ma Zhiyuan)

Editor in charge: [Li Ji]