Ma Guan Ying (both forts) 馬官營（雙堡）
"Horse Officials Garrison". Visited 6.27.14. There was nobody around in this place when I visited, so I'm extrapolating some of the following. There were two forts here. One of them was built on a loess island over a deep gully, accessed only by a narrow bridge of earth. The gatehouse of this one pointed east. The second fort was square and had at least one gate pointing north, and perhaps a second one in the south as well. In between the gates of the two forts, on the northern side of the road, with its back to a gully, there is a small temple building. This contained three halls, which are dedicated, east to west, to Lord Guan (關公), either the Grandmother (奶奶) or Avalokiteshvara (觀音), and the Dragon Kings (龍王). This is faced across the street to the south by an opera stage, which would have sat adjacent to the gate of the southern fort. Nobody here to confirm the above though, and no inscriptions.
Dec 31, 2014