Beijing Ming City Wall Relics Park is located in the center of the city, starting from the southeast corner of the city in the east and Chongwenmen in the west. The total area is about 15.5 hectares, of which the city wall ruins and southeast corner of the city occupy 3.3 hectares and the green area is 12.2 hectares.
In history, the Ming city wall is 40 kilometers long. It was built in the 17th year of Mingle Yongle (AD 1419), and has a history of more than 580 years. The existing 1.5 million-kilometer city wall ruins from Chongwenmen to the southeast corner of the city are part of the original inner city wall, the only remaining section, and the symbol of Beijing city. The southeast corner of the city is the largest surviving corner corner in the country. It was built in the first year of the orthodox Ming Dynasty (AD 1436) and is a national key cultural relics protection unit.
Due to years of disrepair and man-made damage, the city walls were severely damaged. In order to protect cultural heritage and reproduce the appearance of the ancient capital, the Beijing Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government seriously implemented the important thinking of the Three Represents and decided to completely renovate the surrounding environment of the city wall ruins, repair the city walls, and build a brighter future. City wall ruins park.
Park uses simple design techniques to highlight the incomplete beauty of the city walls. Strolling in the park, the old trees are hidden by the green grass, the quaint walls of the Ming Dynasty and the deep corners of the tower seem to tell people the vicissitudes of the nation. In the park, the landscapes of Old Trees and Bright Walls, Remnants of the Remnants, Old Buildings and New Charms, and Pingpu Cui have a long history and rich connotations. They show the profound cultural accumulation of Chongwen, which makes people add infinite reverie.