Along the expressway to see China丨Fuyin Expressway: a road connecting mountains and seas to find roots

Xinhuanet, Fuzhou, May 19 (Zhang Tingting and Yuan Yu) There is such an expressway with beautiful scenery along the way and a lot of history. Famous cultural cities with different folk customs and cultures. Cultural relics and historic sites are dotted along the highway. There are three lanes and seven alleys built in the Shanxi, Tang and Song Dynasties, and prosperous in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. There is the largest single ancient residence in the country, Honglincuo, a castle, Qiaolou, sub-county yamen, Heping Academy... walking in the meantime is like exploring a journey of cultural roots. This is the Fuzhou-Yinchuan Expressway in Ningxia, Fujian, referred to as Fuyin Expressway, and the national expressway network number of China is G70.

According to the introduction, the Fuyin Expressway has a total length of 2,485 kilometers. It starts at Qingkou Town, Fuzhou, and crosses 6 provinces including Fujian, Jiangxi, Hubei, Shaanxi, Gansu, and Ningxia, and ends at Yinchuan. Fuyin Expressway is the 14th east-west horizontal line in the national expressway network. It is a transportation artery connecting east to west, from southeast to northwest.

The Fujian section of Fuyin Expressway starts at Lanpu, Minhou County, Fuzhou City, connects with G15 Shenhai Expressway, and ends at Shaowu, Nanping, at the junction of Fujian and Jiangxi provinces, with a total length of 396 kilometers, in January 2006 All lines will be opened to traffic on the 15th. The Fuyin Expressway is an important channel connecting Fujian to Jiangxi and other inland provinces. It is of great significance for opening up inland access to the sea, implementing the strategy of mountain-sea cooperation, and accelerating the economic development of Northwest Fujian.