Wang Maoding Mountain and Xiaoqing Snake Ditch - Wang Maoding Mountain, like a laurel on the head of the royal family in the feudal society, looks like a cliff, a steep cliff, and a taste of Huangshan.
On the back slope of Wangjiadingshan, there is a long and narrow valley named "Xiaoqing Snake Ditch". It is strange to say that even if it is a clear sky, as long as the weather changes, first of all, a blue smoke rises from the bottom of the ditch, first crawling along the hillside, gradually expanding, one piece, two pieces...more and more Big, covering the mountainside, the top of the mountain, even the city wall can not see, and then the rain is erratic. Local residents believe that this weather forecast is more accurate than the weather station.
As for the origins of "Little Green Snake Ditch" and "Wang Maoding", there are still some wonderful legends. And there is a close relationship with the "White Snake". Xiaoqing and Bai Niangzi practiced in Bailongdong of Emei Mountain. Later, Xu Xian went to Emeishan to collect medicine. When Bai Niangzi fell in love at first sight, he followed Xiaoqing to Hangzhou, which led to a series of stories such as “West Lake Borrowing Umbrella”. Later, the white snake was crushed under the "Leifeng Pagoda". The Xiaoqing snake was difficult to rescue the white snake. It needed to be practiced for another 500 years. She did not dare to return to Mount Emei, and she drove up to Yunbei, and took a fancy to the quiet place of Yanshan. She went to the mountain to practice, and five hundred years later she rescued the white snake and returned to the Yanshan ancient cave. After the Jade Emperor heard the news, Tianbingtian would hunt along the way, but he could not win. In the end, it was Tota King Li Jing, who took off his crown and became a mountain. He fell from the sky and pressed the green snake down. From then on, the ditch where the green snake lived was called "Xiaoqing Snake Ditch", and the steep mountain on the ditch was called "Wang Maoding" mountain.
The legend of the Widow House - in the Great Wall of Taipingzhai, there is an enemy building called "Widow House". For hundreds of years, most of the enemy buildings along the Great Wall have been damaged due to the erosion of wind and rain and man-made damage. The intact building stands in Wanshan. The preservation of the building is attributed to the conscious protection of the local people. They said: This enemy building was built with the efforts of twelve women. The local people also circulated such a story: During the Longqing period of the Ming Dynasty, when Qi Jiguang directed the brick wall to overhaul the Great Wall, there was a team of Henan soldiers. Among them, the wife of 12 soldiers, after seeing her husband for several years, was accompanied. They looked for the husband, they went to sleep in the wind, and they went through the mountains and wading. After all the hardships, they finally came to the Great Wall of Qiongzhen. However, the news they learned was not the husband’s safety, but they had already sacrificed their lives for the construction of the Great Wall. This bad news, twelve women grieve, crying. The general soldier Ji Jiguang gave them a generous silver, and they said goodbye to them, telling them the meaning of the Great Wall, and persuading them to go home to honor their parents and raise their children. These women suppressed their grief and decided to donate these silvers together as the cost of repairing the Great Wall. They took the initiative to stay and plunged into the ranks of the Great Wall and finally repaired the enemy building. Later, people commemorated their deep Ming Dayi. For the feat of national differences, the enemy building was named Widow House. Some literati poems sang songs praising their noble sentiments, calling them "women in the heroes", "the patron saint on the Great Wall" has an article like this: Wei Wei Wanli City, the splendid widows building, thousands of miles to find the husband is not afraid of the distance The sensation changed to the national heart, and the twelve widows followed the husband's ambition, and went on to follow the Chinese soul. When the Great Wall was rebuilt in 1985 to clean up the foundation, copper thimbles, copper scorpions, bone scorpions and other women's products were discovered. At the same time, a piece of Henan battalion "Ding Jianbei" was unearthed. The inscription specifically recorded the situation of the Henan battalion soldiers building the Great Wall. It shows that this enemy building was indeed built by Henan soldiers. Whether women participated in the construction, although there is no text to test, but from the women’s products found in the Qingji period, it can be proved that there were indeed women living in Henan camp, through cultural relics. As evidence, this legend has certain credibility.