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One of the greatest wonders in the world lies in China. The Great Wall was named that for a good reason. It's huge, it's epic, and it's the perfect bucket-list destination to put at the top of your list if you have a chance. With travel becoming more accessible than ever, it's easy to make a journey to the wall a possibility. Personally, I took a day trip there on a layover, which was a great way to stretch my legs after a 14-hour flight to Beijing and get to view a huge cultural icon that was entirely man-made and well-preserved for tourists to still visit to this day.

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