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BADALING, BEIJING SHI, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA. View of the Great Wall, leading up to a watchtower as it snakes across the Jundu Mountains of the Yan Shan range. : Stock Photo
During the Ming Dynasty, the Wall was made of earth and rubble, faced with stone, and surmounted with brick. The best sample of the Wall can be seen at Badaling.

BADALING, BEIJING SHI, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA. View of the Great Wall, leading up to a watchtower as it snakes across the Jundu Mountains of the Yan Shan range.

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During the Ming Dynasty, the Wall was made of earth and rubble, faced with stone, and surmounted with brick. The best sample of the Wall can be seen at Badaling.
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