The Great Wall of China snakes across China for thousands of kilometres.
Despite what you'll read in many books, there is no set length of the Great Wall.
The Wall is not just one wall. It was originally lots of different defensive walls
built by different Chinese rulers.
In 221 B.C., Shi Huang Di, the first emperor of China, wanted to protect his empire
so he joined lots of pieces of wall together. Even so, the Wall is still not one long wall.
Some segments of the Wall are parallel to each other, some criss-cross, and some
are isolated and abandoned.
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