The Great Wall of China

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Out of all the defensive structures conceived over the ages, none have stood the test of time like the wall. It is easily one of the oldest, if not the oldest type of fortification built by man and is still

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The Great Wall of ChinaOut of all the defensive structures conceived over the ages, none have stood the test of time like the wall. It is easily one of the oldest, if not the oldest type of fortification built by man and is still in use today. As use of gunpowder weapons increased, the effectiveness of a massive, stone wall began to steadily decline. However, during the middle ages, people all over the world utilized walls as a highly effective way of keeping your enemy right where you wanted him, on the outside of one's castle, city, or empire. If asked to give an example of the longest and

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