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Ruins after Niqinke Earthquake(1812)

  DateMarch 8, 1812
  EpicenterEast of Nilqinke, Shinjiang Province

The slide body in the earthquake slide of Hezhaigou, Kashi

  Cracks appeared in all sides of the mountains in Yanzaoha, Hujiertai and Qimukuertu. The cracks were as long as 6 to 18 miles with widths of 100 feet to 200 feet. The original ground was turned into high hills.

The steep barrier in the East of Guoleng Trench in Bayin.

  According to macro investigation, this earthquake caused an earthquake-distorted zone of 100 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide. This zone consisted of seismic faults, earth slip, hill-creep, landslide and collapse.