Great Wall of China

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Over 2,000 years, many imperial dynasties and kingdoms built, rebuilt, and extended walls many times that subsequently eroded. The latest imperial construction was performed by the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), and the length was then over 6,000 kilometers (3,700 miles). When Emperor Qin Shi Huang ordered construction of the Great Wall … (read more)

Over 2,000 years, many imperial dynasties and kingdoms built, rebuilt, and extended walls many times that subsequently eroded. The latest imperial construction was performed by the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), and the length was then over 6,000 kilometers (3,700 miles). When Emperor Qin Shi Huang ordered construction of the Great Wall around 221 B.C., the labor force that built the wall was made up largely of soldiers and convicts. It is said that as many as 400,000 people died during the wall's construction; many of these workers were buried within the wall itself.

Since Kiwi Kawaii is transforming anything into cuteness, the Great Wall of China got kawaii'd as well in this artistic illustration. Everything is alive and in harmony, with itself and its surroundings. Every brick is hugging the next, some bricks might even flirt with other bricks, cheating on their brick partner. Some spots are brickless and sad, but still cute. Many Chinese elements added as well, from a cute panda to pagoda, garlic ^__^" , specific flowers and more.

Winding its staggering way along over 5000 miles / 8000+ km, the Great Wall of China is seriously long as it would take around 18 months to walk its length. Built to protect the Chinese empire, the series of stone fortifications can be explored at any point.

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so playful, love it !

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Gerdana Neis
2020/12/29

Great art!

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Igor Kozachok
2020/11/07

It takes 18 months to walk its length? wow
And beautiful depiction. Very cute indeed

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