An underground military tourist area in China that took 30 years to build and is now a 4A-level scenic spot

time:2022-09-25 00:38:15 source:kilakilavilla.com author:3 days
An underground military tourist area in China that took 30 years to build and is now a 4A-level scenic spot

In the 1960s and 1970s, China built countless combat readiness projects. Some of these military projects have now been declassified and made public, and all of them have been converted to civilian use and become open tourist attractions. In the depths of the Daxing'an Mountains in Inner Mongolia, there is a huge underground cave storage group. It used to be the largest and northernmost military base in my country. Thousands of officers and soldiers were invested in it, with an investment of 2.7 billion yuan. It took 30 years to build. Become a 4A-level scenic spot. This military base is located in Jiwen Town, Hulunbuir Oroqen Autonomous Banner, Inner Mongolia. It is now called the North Xinjiang Military Cultural Tourism Area of ​​Busuri. Busuri means "dense forest" in the Oroqen language. Located in the hinterland of the vast forests and seas of the Daxing'an Mountains, it covers an area of ​​more than 20 square kilometers, which is equivalent to the area of ​​a county. The scenic area has a profound military culture and can be visited by tourists. If it weren't for the country's opening up, the local people would not know that there is such an underground base around. This base was built in 1967. At that time, nearly a thousand officers and soldiers, including two engineering regiments, an automobile regiment, and a garrison regiment, worked hard here. It took 30 years to build the base. In 1999, the troops were withdrawn, and the place was handed over to local management. In 2013, it became a national 4A-level tourist attraction. There is a famous post here, built on the mountain, known as the "First Post in the North Country". Near this post was a secret military base, which was the highest-level post in the country at that time. In 1969, the Shenyang Military Region invited the then Vice-Chairman of the Central Military Commission Lin to write an inscription in recognition of all the officers and soldiers of the 08 post. The underground oil depot is the largest underground oil depot in China and a giant underground oil depot that is rare in the world. There are 7 oil tanks with a capacity of more than 2,000 tons, and more than a dozen other oil tanks of different capacities. There are dedicated railway lines to connect oil pipelines. Back then, the welding work was done by female soldiers from two companies. In the cold and damp cave, they overcame many difficulties and took three full years to complete the work. There are also 9 caves in Yaozhai similar to oil depots, which are used to store various military materials, including missiles, tanks and artillery, which can be used by ten mechanized groups to fight for half a year. These caves of different sizes were bought by many nameless warriors with their blood and lives. Descendants come here to visit, to cherish this history, no matter what time, do not forget the war, only when the country is strong can the people feel safe. The Marshal Building, formerly known as the General Building, is where Ye Jianying lived back then. This scenic spot is very large. If you want to know the situation of the base, it is best to go to the exhibition hall. The exhibition hall uses pictures to show the background history, construction process and cave library mode of the base construction. More than 3,000 tools that have been used, the military sand table of the army and the drawing board have been restored according to the scale of 1:1, as if seeing the PLA at that time. Solemn battle years. Back then, a large number of military fortresses were built, and many of them were turned into tourist areas. Are these fortresses really no longer of military value? Some people think that this kind of preparation project is best to keep. If there is a war in the future, it will also be a backup place. This great I process was built by the blood and sweat of the predecessors. It can be used in preparation for war and should not be turned into a tourist attraction. Do you think so? In fact, the country has turned it into a tourist attraction, which is to make it a patriotic national defense education base, strengthen the national defense awareness of the people, and carry out patriotic education, so that everyone should not forget the spirit of the times that the predecessors worked hard, prepared for war, and fearless. Although today is an era of peace, there are still war threats from some belligerent countries to our country, and we must always be vigilant.

(Responsible editor:Short trip)

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