Yulin Great Wall Pictures

Yulin Great Wall in Shaanxi has a long history. Construction started over 2,300 years ago and ended during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Today, many sections there have been ruined through years. But still you can see the relics of 36 Ming Dynasty's fortresses standing lonely, leaving us valuable practical materials to recall their past. Attraction Intro: Yulin Great Wall
  • A dilapidated beacon tower on the hillock, near Zhen Bei Tai, Yulin.
  • You can see that once this part of the Great Wall was built on the hillside, Yulin Great Wall.
  • A local farmer drives his oxcart home, Yulin.
  • This bell tower is the only surviving building in Jian An Castle, Great Wall of Yulin.
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Questions & Answers on Yulin Great Wall Pictures
Asked by Ms.Whyamiss | Nov. 18, 2010 02:01Reply
The great wall was built by peasants and soldiers. If the people died while working the lower people (peasants) buried the dead within the walls.Yeah ii is the only man made thing that can be seen by space (satellite)
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Answered by Mr.Jason from AUG | Nov. 18, 2010 04:14
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I highly doubt that the died were buried within the walls. It would compromise the structural integrity of the wall making it easier to collapse due to the harsh conditions. As a dead body erodes it creates gaps. The gaps within the walls eventually collapse under the weight of the stones/mud etc. Not to mention the amount of people who died during its construction.
Asked by Mr.davis from OHIO | Oct. 12, 2009 09:59Reply
how much percentage of the wall remains
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Answered by Mr.Frankie | Oct. 12, 2009 20:05
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30 percentage of the wall remains.
Asked by Mr.TWILIGHT from US | May. 08, 2009 11:59Reply
hey i need to know about the consturuction of the reat wall i have a project due on monday and it's friday help me i've only got information today HELP FAST
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Answered by Mr.Confused | May. 09, 2009 03:22
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The Wall was built by piling up bricks or stones along the mountain contours. But it is not simply a wall. Instead, it is a military barrier composed of walls, passes, beacon towers, garrisons and watchtowers.
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