Great Wall of China Architecture Famous Monument Bookends 7HPN# 5582
Built during the 7th and 8th Centuries B.C. during the Qin, Han, and Ming Dynasties, the Great Wall of China has a length of 4,163 miles crossing eastern to western China. Average height of 10 meters and an average width of 5 meters. The Great Wall of China was originally built as a grouping of separate walls for defensive fortification, to separate different states of war. It became the Great Wall during the reign of Emperor Qin Shihuang to fend off invasion by the northern Huns, following the unification of China. It is a marvel of ancient engineering!
These bookend reproductions are made from resin, antique finish, excellent details, 7 in H x 5 in W x 6 in D each. 14 lbs for the pair. PN 5582.
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