THE MOST LASTING CONTRIBUTION OF THE QIN DYNASTY; INTELLECTUAL
The qin dynasty had several contributions to china but the most significant contribution was intellectual as it was lasting and largest. Many structures were built at the time that are still standing today.
The Great Wall of China; about 6,000 miles long
One of the Qin Dynasty's most remarkable achievements include The Great Wall of China. This wall measures to be up to 6,000 miles long and was built to seal the vast empire from the outside world and keep barbarians out. in addition this wall promotes easier trade and transportation throughout china. It has been stated that one million people have worked on building the great wall.
Another exceptional achievement of the qin dynasty is the terra-cotta warriors that were used to "Guard" the tomb of the emperor shi huangdi, that was dedicated to his afterlife. These warriors are outstanding monuments due to the fact that they are extremely hard because of the 'Blast fire kiln' that heated the clay to temperatures up to 2,000 degrees. the hardness prevented the warriors from breaking and decay.
The second area of P.E.R.S.i.a that the qin dynasty excelled in was politics.
Politics was another realm that the qin dynasty had excelled in. During the qin dynasty "Legalism had reached its peak in Chinese history" meaning that they were politically efficient