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Ancient China

Chinese artifacts

Ancient China had many amazing structures. For example, there is the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall protected China's northern border from the Mongols who were the Chinese people's enemies. If they tried to attack, the wall would protect China. Another structure is the Forbidden City located in Beijing, China. The Forbidden City was the home of many Chinese emperors for a long time, and it needed to be a safe place to live in, which it was. One famous army of the ancient Chinese was the Terracotta Army. The Terracotta Army is a replica of the army of the first emperor of China making it very important. It is made out of clay, but all the weapons it was armed with was real.

The Great Wall of China is located on the border of China and Mongolia.

Chinese calligraphy was how the Chinese wrote.

Chinese dragons were supposed to bring luck and good fortune for the Chinese.

Some Chinese kites were used to send signals to people during a war.

This is a calligraphy pen set.

Chinese dragons symbolized a good life.

This is the Terracotta Army. It was the replica of Emperor Qin Shi Huang Di: the first emperor of China.

As you can see, ancient China has many attractive tourist destinations that are still around today. Even if they are not real, like the dragon, there are statues of them in China today that symbolize the same things. You can visit the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City in this map, as they are located on the map below. The kites, calligraphy set, and dragons are not places, but you can definitely see them in China.

The Great Wall is near Mongolia.
The blue water is the moat surrounding the Forbidden City, and everything inside is the Forbidden City palaces.


Created with images by Dirk_Over - "great wall of china china asia"

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