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THE GREAT WALL
Ancient China in 3D: Gallery Gallery Fourteen


Route to the Great Wall, Peking


Southwest along the Great Wall between Mongolia and Peking


The Most Gigantic Defensive Work in the World -- The Great Wall of China on Rugged Hills Near Nankow Pass


The Great Wall of 10,000 -- in the Rugged Hills near Nankow Pass


The Great Wall of China, about 15 feet wide and averaging 30 feet in height,
up the sides of steep mountains, down deep valleys, for over 3,500 miles.


China's old barrier against Tartar hordes -- Great Wall crossing mountains. Shan-hai-kwan


Most Gigantic Defensive Work in World -- Great Wall of China on Rugged Hills near Hankow Pass.


Great Wall of China on Rugged Hills near Nankow Pass - c1900


The Great Wall at the head of the Narrow Pass, North China


The Great Wall


The Great Wall of China


The Great Wall


By the Great Wall near Shanhaiguan


By the Great Wall near Shanhaiguan


View in Mongolia. From the Great Wall.


The Great Wall of China
This view, near Peking, shows how it twists and winds about in its sinuous course.


Camel Train from Magnolia and Great Wall of China



Old Mountain Wall, Chifu, North China


The most stupendous achievement of Mediaeval engineering: The Great Wall of China


Chángchéng - The Great Wall of China Section


Where China's Great Wall begins its 1,250 mile course -- from Shan-Hai-Kwan (N) to Lian Hsi Mountains.

 
 


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