The Great Wall.

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The Great Wall .
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History

  • 7th century BC: Construction of the Great Wall begun by feudal warlords.
  • Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC): Lengths of the Great Wall were joined together (alongside the union of China).
  • 206 BC–1368 AD: Extension and rebuilding to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from invaders.
  • Ming Dynasty (1368–1644): The Great wall reached its greatest extent.
  • Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): The last Chinese dynasty was ushered in by a beach of the Great Wall at Shanhai Pass by Manchu invaders in league with a disenchanted general. Great Wall maintenance ceased for more than 3 centuries.
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Geography

  • Significance: the longest fortification ever built
  • Purpose: to defend the Chinese Empire from Mongolian and Manchu enemies to the north.
  • Tourism: China's biggest and most popular tourist attraction.
  • Provinces and municipalities crossed: Liaoning, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu
  • Location: From Shanhai Pass (39.96N, 119.80E) to Jiayu Pass (39.85N, 97.54E). Straight line distance: 1900 km (1200 mi). Most popular sections are around Beijing.
  • Closest section to Beijing: Juyong Pass (55 km or 34 mi)
  • Most visited section: Badaling (63,000,000 visitors in 2001)
  • Terrain: Mostly mountainous, taking advantage of natural obstacles. From the Bohai coast at Qinhuangdao, around the north of the Great Plain of China, across the Loess Plateau, and along the desert corridor of Gansu between the Plateau of Tibet and the loess hills of Inner Mongolia.
  • Altitude: From sea level to over 500 meters (1,600 feet)
  • Best time to visit the Great Wall: Beijing sections: spring or autumn. Jiayu Pass: May to October. Shanhai Pass: summer and early autumn.
  • Great Wall tours: If your goal is to reach the Great Wall, we at China Highlights are here to help you get over all the difficulties.
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Top Great Wall FAQs:

How long is the Great Wall?

There is no easy answer, because over the dynasties the Great Wall has been eroded, built, rebuilt and extended many times. It was over 6,000 km (3,700 miles) long.
Who built the Great Wall when and why?

The first parts of the Great Wall were built in the 7th Century BC when China was still divided into many small states.
What protection is there for the Great Wall?

In order to save this cultural heritage, many wise men suggest we should make the Great Wall better understood by the world, and make laws to protect it. Then the world can share this outstanding part of Chinese history and culture in this century and centuries to come.
Which World VIPs have visited the Great Wall?

Over the years, dozens of world celebrities have left their foot steps on the Great Wall.
What is the best time to visit the Great Wall?

The Great Wall offers a timeless charm to tourists, but scenery varies with the seasons. Visit in a different season and you will get a quite different experience.

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ALL TM MEMBERS ON GREAT WALL:p:p
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The Great Wall .
History

  • 7th century BC: Construction of the Great Wall begun by feudal warlords.
  • Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC): Lengths of the Great Wall were joined together (alongside the union of China).
  • 206 BC–1368 AD: Extension and rebuilding to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from invaders.
  • Ming Dynasty (1368–1644): The Great wall reached its greatest extent.
  • Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): The last Chinese dynasty was ushered in by a beach of the Great Wall at Shanhai Pass by Manchu invaders in league with a disenchanted general. Great Wall maintenance ceased for more than 3 centuries.
Geography

  • Significance: the longest fortification ever built
  • Purpose: to defend the Chinese Empire from Mongolian and Manchu enemies to the north.
  • Tourism: China's biggest and most popular tourist attraction.
  • Provinces and municipalities crossed: Liaoning, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu
  • Location: From Shanhai Pass (39.96N, 119.80E) to Jiayu Pass (39.85N, 97.54E). Straight line distance: 1900 km (1200 mi). Most popular sections are around Beijing.
  • Closest section to Beijing: Juyong Pass (55 km or 34 mi)
  • Most visited section: Badaling (63,000,000 visitors in 2001)
  • Terrain: Mostly mountainous, taking advantage of natural obstacles. From the Bohai coast at Qinhuangdao, around the north of the Great Plain of China, across the Loess Plateau, and along the desert corridor of Gansu between the Plateau of Tibet and the loess hills of Inner Mongolia.
  • Altitude: From sea level to over 500 meters (1,600 feet)
  • Best time to visit the Great Wall: Beijing sections: spring or autumn. Jiayu Pass: May to October. Shanhai Pass: summer and early autumn.
  • Great Wall tours: If your goal is to reach the Great Wall, we at China Highlights are here to help you get over all the difficulties.
Top Great Wall FAQs:

How long is the Great Wall?

There is no easy answer, because over the dynasties the Great Wall has been eroded, built, rebuilt and extended many times. It was over 6,000 km (3,700 miles) long.
Who built the Great Wall when and why?

The first parts of the Great Wall were built in the 7th Century BC when China was still divided into many small states.
What protection is there for the Great Wall?

In order to save this cultural heritage, many wise men suggest we should make the Great Wall better understood by the world, and make laws to protect it. Then the world can share this outstanding part of Chinese history and culture in this century and centuries to come.
Which World VIPs have visited the Great Wall?

Over the years, dozens of world celebrities have left their foot steps on the Great Wall.
What is the best time to visit the Great Wall?

The Great Wall offers a timeless charm to tourists, but scenery varies with the seasons. Visit in a different season and you will get a quite different experience.

ALL TM MEMBERS ON GREAT WALL:p:p
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nice sharing
The Great Wall .
History

  • 7th century BC: Construction of the Great Wall begun by feudal warlords.
  • Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC): Lengths of the Great Wall were joined together (alongside the union of China).
  • 206 BC–1368 AD: Extension and rebuilding to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from invaders.
  • Ming Dynasty (1368–1644): The Great wall reached its greatest extent.
  • Qing Dynasty (1644-1911): The last Chinese dynasty was ushered in by a beach of the Great Wall at Shanhai Pass by Manchu invaders in league with a disenchanted general. Great Wall maintenance ceased for more than 3 centuries.
Geography

  • Significance: the longest fortification ever built
  • Purpose: to defend the Chinese Empire from Mongolian and Manchu enemies to the north.
  • Tourism: China's biggest and most popular tourist attraction.
  • Provinces and municipalities crossed: Liaoning, Hebei, Tianjin, Beijing, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu
  • Location: From Shanhai Pass (39.96N, 119.80E) to Jiayu Pass (39.85N, 97.54E). Straight line distance: 1900 km (1200 mi). Most popular sections are around Beijing.
  • Closest section to Beijing: Juyong Pass (55 km or 34 mi)
  • Most visited section: Badaling (63,000,000 visitors in 2001)
  • Terrain: Mostly mountainous, taking advantage of natural obstacles. From the Bohai coast at Qinhuangdao, around the north of the Great Plain of China, across the Loess Plateau, and along the desert corridor of Gansu between the Plateau of Tibet and the loess hills of Inner Mongolia.
  • Altitude: From sea level to over 500 meters (1,600 feet)
  • Best time to visit the Great Wall: Beijing sections: spring or autumn. Jiayu Pass: May to October. Shanhai Pass: summer and early autumn.
  • Great Wall tours: If your goal is to reach the Great Wall, we at China Highlights are here to help you get over all the difficulties.
Top Great Wall FAQs:

How long is the Great Wall?

There is no easy answer, because over the dynasties the Great Wall has been eroded, built, rebuilt and extended many times. It was over 6,000 km (3,700 miles) long.
Who built the Great Wall when and why?

The first parts of the Great Wall were built in the 7th Century BC when China was still divided into many small states.
What protection is there for the Great Wall?

In order to save this cultural heritage, many wise men suggest we should make the Great Wall better understood by the world, and make laws to protect it. Then the world can share this outstanding part of Chinese history and culture in this century and centuries to come.
Which World VIPs have visited the Great Wall?

Over the years, dozens of world celebrities have left their foot steps on the Great Wall.
What is the best time to visit the Great Wall?

The Great Wall offers a timeless charm to tourists, but scenery varies with the seasons. Visit in a different season and you will get a quite different experience.

ALL TM MEMBERS ON GREAT WALL:p:p
 
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