A series of fortifications that were built across the historical Northern borders of ancient Chinese states and imperial China as protection against various nomadic groups from the Eurasian steppe. It is running from the Jiayuguan pass in the west to the Hushan Mountains in Liaoning province in the east, ending at the Bojai Gulf.
Liu Bang of the Hans dynasty was the first emperor to use the wall as a means of regulating trade north along which was eventually became as the silk route or the silk trade road which later Han Dynasty emperor Wu Ti expanded and opened for trade between China and Europe in 130 BCE.
As it is a very expanded wall , many tourists cannot able to see the entire wall at a same time so the government of China for the ease of the travellers have introduced the option of the travellers have introduced the option of cable car at Badaling section from where the tourists can easily get a panaromic view of the endless wall of China. The scene of the wall expanding further and further eventually gives goosebumps. So many workers had lost their lives and families because of this wall making.
The wall witnessed those blood shedding sweat, pain, tears and agony as well. Rumours say that at night their spirits come and walk on the wall. The visit at the great wall is indeed thrilling. The wall has been declared by UNESCO as a world Heritage site.