The Great Wall looks like a giant dragon, majestic in appearance, heroic in character. It extends for tens of thousands of kilometers across North China, twisting a tortuous route between lofty peaks and along narrow ridges, through deserts and across grasslands, spanning rivers and along valleys, and galloping on the loess plateau.
The Great Wall is a complex historical monument, which evolved to be a length of more than 50,000 kilometers over a period of more than 2,000 years of construction, thus making an everlasting imprint on the history, and landscape of China. For cultural exchange and economic development, the Great Wall is a link; for harmonious nations and a united country, the Great Wall is a chain. It is a miracle jointly created by Chinese people of different nationalities, and it encapsulates the hardworking ability, intelligence and spirit of the ancient people of China.