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Yumenguan Pass
玉 门关 yù mén guān

Yumenguan Pass 玉门关 yù mén guān is translated to be the Jade Gate Pass. It is considered the western end of 
The Great Wall that was built during the Han Dynasty 汉 代 hàn dài. Credit of the building of this pass and the fortress here is normally accorded to Emperor Wu when he expanded the borders of China 中国 zhōng guó westward. The Pass was named so because jade was transported through it from Hetian County in Xinjiang 新疆 xīn jiāng.

Yumenguan 
Pass 玉门关 yù mén guān is part of the northern thread of the Silk Road 丝路 sī lù. It is located about 100 km away from Dunhuang 敦煌 dūn huáng and about 120 km away from the Mogao Grottoes 莫高窟mò gāo kū.

See also
Jiayuguan 嘉峪关 jiā yù guān


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Genting / Pintu Yumenguan
玉门关 yù mén guān

Yumenguan 玉门关 yù mén guān diterjemahkan kepada genting atau pintu jed. Pintu ini terletak di bahagian barat Tembok Besar China yang telah dibina semasa Dinasti Han 汉代 hàn dài.

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Jiayuguan 嘉峪关 jiā yù guān

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