Definition of Great Wall of China in English:

Great Wall of China

Syllabification: Great Wall of Chi·na
A fortified wall in northern China, extending some 1,500 miles (2,400 km) from Kansu province to the Yellow Sea north of Beijing. It was first built circa 210 bc, as a protection against nomad invaders. The present wall dates from the Ming dynasty.

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