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Along the Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China is 6,260 km long, and this does not include natural trenches and defensive barriers. It extends from Gansu Province to Liaoning Province in a winding way, the average wall height is 7.6 meters, the base thickness average ranges from 4.6 -9.1 meters, and its slope rate is 3.7 meters at the top .
History of the Great Wall of China
The Chinese Emperor Qin Shi Huang was worried about the attacks of the hostile tribes, which inhabit the northern regions of the Chinese Empire, so he made the decision to build a wall, as a defensive line against the attacks in the third century BC, and there were walls separating the Chinese states, and the Wall of China was built. The Great is over it, and after China unified under the rule of Qin Shi Huang he ordered the destruction of many walls, fortifying the rest, and annexing them to create a northern wall. After 2000 years, the Ming dynasty finished building the wall, to give the shape we know today, and during this long period of Building the fence, the placement of many emperors and tuberculosis He brought ideas to build the Great Wall of China, yet he was given enough construction to become so important, as he was called the World Heritage Site in 1987.
Preserving the fence
The Great Wall of China has long been known in Chinese myths and folk symbols, becoming a national symbol in the twentieth century, and despite the great importance of the wall in Chinese culture, many roads have been truncated and vast portions of neglect suffered for centuries, but were rebuilt At a later time, including the following:
- A plot near Simatai, with a length of 110 km, northeast of Beijing, has been cut out for building materials.
- Northwest of the Jiayuguan crossing, at the western border of the wall.
- Huangyan Pass, about 170 km north of Tianjin.
- Mutianyou District, located 90 km northeast of Beijing.
- Badaling, which is 70 km northwest of Beijing, was rebuilt in the late 1950s and is one of the most famous sections, attracting thousands of national tourists and foreigners every day.
- Parts of the wall around the Shanhai Pass, and on Mount Hu, in the East Station, were rebuilt by the year 2000 AD.
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