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
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

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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