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Dragon Creeping Across Mountains

Often likened to a dragon creeping across the mountain ranges, the Great Wall of China is a stunning sight.  Some walls were built as early as the seventh century but little survives from that period.  Much of the wall that can be seen today is what was rebuilt during the Ming Dynasty.  That in no way detracts from the majesty of the mountains and their very own dragon:


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  1. Mutianyu is my favorite section of the great wall- stunning scenery, safe walls. I think, for a lot of people, they don’t even realize they are passing by the ancient walls when passing thru the silk road. You got there on a good blue-sky day, lucky you!


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