Week’s Photo #55

by • 12 de outubro de 2012 • CHINA, JINSHANLING, Week's PhotoComments (1)1494

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After more than three hours in a bus from Beijing, we finally made it to the part of the Great Wall known as Jinshanling – accounted as one of the most beautiful parts. To be there, face to face with one of humankind’s greatest creations is priceless. Since you’re kid you must have heard about the Great Wall, movies have shown her, even cartoons, and, even though it can’t be seen from space, its engineering and ambition climb steep mountains and slopes, presenting herself in a good shape even after thousands of years under nature’s actions and other sort of weather influences. Exploring Jinshanling’s area takes around three hours and consumes lots of energy, requiring one to have some physical condition to climb some parts of the Great Wall presented almost like stairs. However, as an obvious conclusion of any explorer, it’s worth it. From the money expenses to get so far, to the language barriers to be faced in China. See it with your own eyes.

Great Wall, Jinshanling - China

Great Wall, Jinshanling – China

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