Himanshi singh Nov 23 , 2022
The construction work took more than 2,500 years starting from the 7th century BCE.
Today, the parts of the wall that are still in good condition were erected or maintained during the Ming Dynasty.
Some sections have been renovated in recent times, while others have been destroyed.
Some of the best and most widely known sections from the Ming Dynasty include Jinshanling, Simatai, Mutianyu, and Badaling.
The Great Wall of China is a popular tourist attraction offering magnificent views, with several sections having been declared 5A-rated tourist attraction
which in the rating categories used by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism means these sections are among the most important and best-maintained tourist destinations of the country.
Subsequent Chinese dynasties extended, repaired, or expanded the wall at different times in history.
Some of the notable dynasties that made massive changes to the wall included the Han Dynasty (202-220 CE) and the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 CE)
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