Repairing China’s Great Wall

May 24 , 2023 | Culture

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The Great Wall of China is one of the most famous archaeological wonders in the world.  It was originally built and maintained to repel foreign influences and invaders, but in recent years, the Wall has faced a new challenge: tourists. 


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