Great Wall of China for centuries across the mountains, deserts, rivers and, eventually, spread out over more than 20 000 kilometers.
Tourists can only see a certain part of the wall, which is in good condition, a remote section of the building was gradually absorbed by nature.
Part of the monument of architecture, which are usually not available before the eyes of tourists.
Remains of walls are in Jiayuguan - urban district in Gansu
part of the Great Wall in the urban district Tszyayuyguan built during the Ming Dynasty (1372)
The western edge of the Great Wall near the district Tszyayuyguan
These hills are actually the remains of walls are also in the urban district of Yinchuan