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1 Landmarks of China By Isabella Sparrow By Isabella Sparrow

2 Landmarks of China You’re boiling in the sun. Or… your protecting the Forbidden City or off with your head

3 he Chinese worked on the great wall for over 1700 years. Wow right? They’re over 1700 look out towers. The wall is 30 feet high and 50 feet tall. The project continued long after Qin’s death. The wall is 3700 miles long. Most of the did the same system of building the great wall that they did with Qin. The Chinese worked on the great wall for over 1700 years. Wow right? They’re over 1700 look out towers. The wall is 30 feet high and 50 feet tall. The project continued long after Qin’s death. The wall is 3700 miles long. Most of the did the same system of building the great wall that they did with Qin THE GREAT WALL BUILT

4 The great wall built The great wall can be seen from space. Awesome right. It would take a week to drive from one end of the great wall to the other. It was built to keep the enemas out. The great wall covers most of the northern border of china. If you take the length of the entire wall plus various branches it is around 5,500 miles long. Wow isn’t that so long. The great wall stretches for 3923 miles long 614 kilograms.

5 Rocks fell on people. “ Isn’t that terrible!” While they were building the Great wall. Workers died of exhaustion and dizzies building the great wall. How would you like to be there at that time right known? People still had to work on the great wall after Qin died. Qin used peastents, captured enemies shooters and any one else who interrupted him. And put them all work building the great wall. Qin and his slaves

6 Labors did not get paid for the work they did building the great wall. That’s not fair people worked on the great wall during the Qin dynasty. Workers were only feed enough food to keep them alive. I bet it wasn’t even good food I bet it wasn’t even cooked.

7 Forbidden City Emperors lived in the forbid palace in the forbid city. They also lived in the forbid city. A wall surrounds the forbid city because it’s only for special people like the emperors and their servants. Death is the punishment if you try to go in the palace or over the wall and other stuff. But especially that. So don’t do it. It was not fun building the great wall or protecting the forbidden city!

8 Landmarks Qin wasn’t the easiest person but he made the great wall to protect china. That’s kind of nice. Every brick on the great wall represents some one who helped build it and died. A lot of people spent their whole life protecting emperors. It wasn’t easy perfecting the forbidden city or building the great wall.


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