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Travel to The Great Wall of China

 


INDEPHEDIA.com - No trip to China is complete without visiting the Great Wall of China, a human-created building located in China. The Great Wall of China or the Great Wall of China is one Seven Wonders of the World and was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987.

Historically, the construction of this wall was one most important parts in the history of Chinese architecture, namely to limit urban and residential areas. Another theory says that the great wall was erected, including defenses, land ownership boundaries, border borders and communication channels to convey messages.

From its physical appearance, the Great Wall of China is not a continuous length, but a collection of short walls that follow the shape of the mountains of northern China. Based on generally accepted written evidence, basically this great wall was constructed by the majority in the period Qin Dynasty, Han Dynasty and Ming Dynasty. However, most gigantic walls standing today were constructed in the Ming period.
 
On April 18, 2009, after an accurate investigation by the government People's Republic of China, it was announced that the giant wall constructed during the Ming Dynasty period was 8,851 kilometers long.

In addition, the term great wall or long wall was not found during the previous dynasty. However, after this wall was built by Ming, then the term "changcheng" (large wall or long wall) was known. Regardless of how it is named, the Great Wall of China or the Great Wall of China is still visited by many tourists from all over the world. (SW.IN/*)

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