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Welcome to the Romance of the Three Kingdoms VII sites guide. This section contains pictures for each site in the game, along with their names, descriptions, number of appearance in the list menu, and most importantly of all, the city in which they can be found.

To find a site you must visit an officer stationed in the same city. Prefects and rulers usually produce the best results, and your chances increase with a higher bond (meaning you may need to continue visiting the officer past 100). Once you locate all sites in the game, created officers will also be able to start with anywhere between 5 and 20 more points in the various stat categories, and you will also be able to get up to 100 bonus points for distribution (getting all items allows you to get more skills).

Site List

Shown in PlayStation2 version order.

Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China
Site Number: 01
Location: Bei Ping, Ye

The longest man-made structure in the world, the wall was built to prevent incursions by the nomadic tribes of the north. It was the Qin Emperor who created this wonder by linking together castles built along the northern border during Spring and Autumn Era.

Peach Tree Garden

Peach Tree Garden
Site Number: 02
Location: Ji

The Peach Garden in Liu Bei's home village. It was here that Liu Bei, Guan Yu, and Zhang Fei bound their fates together as sworn brothers.

Mount Taishan

Mount Taishan
Site Number: 03
Location: Bei Hai

One of the oldest sacred mountains in China, revered by the people since ancient times. Worshipped by successive Imperial Courts, spiritual ceremonies were often performed here. The first Emperor of Qin raised a monument here after unifying China.

Confucian Garden

Confucian Garden
Site Number: 04
Location: Xiao Pei

A garden built in memory of the founder of Confucianism, Confucius. After his wanderings through the land, Confucius spent his last few years in his native land of Lu. The year after his death, Duke Ai of Lu had this garden built in his honor.

Temple of the White Horse

Temple of the White Horse
Site Number: 05
Location: Luo Yang

The first temple built after Buddhism was introduced to China. The name derives from a priest who went on a journey seeking Buddhist scriptures and bough them back tied to the back of a white horse.

Shi Huangshi Mausoleum

Shi Huangshi Mausoleum
Site Number: 06
Location: Chang An

The Imperial mausoleum of the First Emperor of Qin. Its construction began right after he ascended to the throne. Tunneling a large hole through the mountains, they built within it a river of mercury as well as a large number of booby traps.

Jian Ge

Jian Ge
Site Number: 07
Location: Zi Tong

A natural fortress on the road between Shu and Han Zhong. The name refers to a valley deep in the center of Jian Men Mountains that is surround on all sides by steep, soaring cliffs.

Dong Ting Lake

Dong Ting Lake
Site Number: 08
Location: Chang Sha

A lake located in the middle section of the Chang Jiang River, known for its scenic beauty. The Yue Yang Tower built on the shores of the lake is among the most famous in China, and there are many legends surrounding Mount Xun, a mountain located near the center of the lake.

Han Dong Long Tai

Han Dong Long Tai
Site Number: 09
Location: Ye

A lookout tower built by King Wu Ling of Zhao in his capital Han Dan during the Warring States Era. The tower is actually a number of towers linked together, hence the name Long Tai, or Tai, or [Linked Towers].

Lang Ye Tai

Lang Ye Tai
Site Number: 10
Location: Cheng Yang

A mountain in Lang Ye that faces the ocean. The Qin Emperor built a monument there on which he listed his accomplishments. It is said that the Qin Emperor was enamored with the beautiful view from the summit.

Xi Ma Tai

Xi Ma Tai
Site Number: 11
Location: Xia Pi

The place where, Xiang Yu, the Conqueror from Western Chu, reviewed his troops. It is said that it was his custom to review all of the troops he gathered from Southern Jiang here.

Mount Huang

Mount Huang
Site Number: 12
Location: Jian Ye

A famous and mysterious mountain. All year round, it is covered in a sea of clouds. Within, there are strangely shaped pines and even stranger rock formations, Because of this mysterious and magical vista, this place was worshipped as a dwelling place of gods.

San Men Gorge

San Men Gorge
Site Number: 13
Location: Hong Nong

An impregnable gorge in the center of the Huang River, to the northeastern of Han Gu Gate. When Emperor Yu, the founder of the Xia Dynasty, set out to control flooding, he built 3 waterways in this location.

Shu’s Plankway

Shu’s Plankway
Site Number: 14
Location: Wu Du

A walkway that was built in the valley that separated Guan Zhong and Ba Shu. Posts were driven into the cliffs and then planks were laid between the posts to make a road. This road was quite narrow, and difficult to traverse.

Mount Zhong Nan

Mount Zhong Nan
Site Number: 15
Location: Han Zhong

A famous mountain south of Chang An. Its name stems from the fact that it is the last mountain of the Qin Ling Range that runs from the west. This mountain’s pass was the general route taken to traverse this mountain range.

Du Jiang Embankment

Du Jiang Embankment
Site Number: 16
Location: Cheng Du

Aqueduct facilities found in the city of Cheng Du. In the age of Qin, these were built to guard against the disasters brought by the Min Jiang River. It was this that allowed the agricultural land of Shu to prosper.

The Three Gorges

The Three Gorges
Site Number: 17
Location: Jiang Zhou

A strip of gorges on the Chang Jiang River. The name stems from the fact that three such ravines come one after the other. The rapid flow of the water here makes it one of the most treacherous areas on the Chang Jiang.

Bai Di Castle

Bai Di Castle
Site Number: 18
Location: Yong An

A mountain castle on the cliffs of Ju Tang Canyon, one of the 3 gorges. Built toward the end of the Early Hans, its location high above the river made it ideal to oversee boat traffic on the Chang Jiang.

Shi Lin

Shi Lin
Site Number: 19
Location: Yun Nan

A mysterious forest region full of bizarre outcrops and curiously shaped rocks. Pillars of various shapes and sizes thrust their way up to the Heavens.

Mount Song

Mount Song
Site Number: 20
Location: Wan

A famous mountain mentioned in the same breath as Mount Taishan. Legend says that when Emperor Wu of the Early Han Dynasty climbed to its peak, the gods of the mountain blessed him for his wise rule.

Tan Rapids

Tan Rapids
Site Number: 21
Location: Xin Ye

Rapids found to the west of Xiang Yang Castle. This body of
water is located at the base of a precipitous and sharp cliff.
Its violently fast flow makes it a dangerous obstruction for
travelers.

Long Zhong

Long Zhong
Site Number: 22
Location: Xiang Yang

A region on the outskirts of Xiang Yang. A peaceful land that preserved its serenity even through times of chaos and war. In this region is Sleeping Dragon Cliff, called so due to its unique shape.

Chi Bi

Chi Bi
Site Number: 23
Location: Jiang Xia

A region of the Chang Jiang River surrounded by high cliffs. Chi Bi means [Red Cliff.] Along the Chang Jiang and in the Han Shui Basin, there are 5 places referred to as Chi Bi.

Yu Quan Temple

Yu Quan Temple
Site Number: 24
Location: Jiang Ling

A Buddhist temple in the Western Dang Yang that was built towards the end of the Later Han Dynasty. The mountain on which the temple is built is said to have an aura of purity, making it the perfect environment for Buddhist training.

Gui Lin

Gui Lin Temple
Site Number: 25
Location: Ling Ling

A picturesque region with breathtaking scenery. It overlooks the Gui Jiang, and there is a plethora of beautiful canyons. The sight of the mountains jutting out of the landscape has been described as fantastical.

Mount Lu

Mount Lu
Site Number: 26
Location: Lu Jiang

A famous mountain by the Chang Jiang. The mountain is sheathed in clouds, giving it remarkable beauty. Its magnificence moved men’s hearts and garnered faith. It is said to five inspiration to scholars and people of religion.

Gan Lu Temple

Gan Lu Temple
Site Number: 27
Location: Wu

A Buddhist temple in Zhen Jiang, by the lower Chang Jiang. In this region there are three famous mountains: Mount Jin, Mount Jiao, and Mount Bei Gu. Gan Lu temple is built at the top of Mount Bei Gu.

Jie Ting

Jie Ting
Site Number: 28
Location: An Ding

A mountainous region north of Han Zhong. It is a key area for travel in this area, as it links Han Zhong to the Northern Territory. Steep cliffs encircle the region on three sides, and the road is at the base of the cliffs.

Qian Tang

Qian Tang
Site Number: 29
Location: Hui Ji

A river to the north of Hui Ji that runs into the ocean. When the First Emperor of Qin visited this area, a young Xiang Yu saw him and vowed there and then to overthrow him.

Huang He Tower

Huang He Tower
Site Number: 30
Location: Chai Sang

A famous tower in Southern Jiang. From this tall tower, the flow of Chang Jiang Ban can be observed for miles. The land of Xia Kou, where the tower is built, is a key defensive area for control of the Chang Jiang.

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March 11, 2014