The Great Wall of China is now available as a virtual tour on Google Arts & Culture.

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The Great Wall of China is now available as a virtual tour on Google Arts & Culture.

A virtual tour of the Great Wall of China is now available as part of Google Arts & Culture’s growing library of virtual tours, which also includes cultural landmarks and museums.

The virtual tour includes over 300 photographs of the Great Wall as well as information about its architectural elements, and it is designed in the style of a Street View virtual tour.

The Great Wall of China is a chain of fortifications erected to keep nomadic groups at bay. The Great Wall was erected in portions as early as the 7th century B.C.

The Great Wall of China Virtual Tour on Google Arts & Culture

A new virtual tour of China’s Great Wall has been added to Google Arts & Culture. “Walk the Great Wall” is the name of the virtual tour. In a Google blog post announcing the new virtual tour, Google Arts & Culture Program Manager Pierre Caessa said, “Today, in collaboration with renowned Great Wall expert Dong Yaohui and curators from Gubei Water Town, Google Arts & Culture presents a new theme page enabling people to visit the Great Wall virtually.”

“The Street View-style experience provides a 360-degree virtual tour of one of the best-preserved portions of the Great Wall,” according to a report by Digital Trends.

It also has 370 photos of the Great Wall as well as 35 tales on the structure’s architectural elements.

The Great Wall of China is a massive structure in China.

The Great Wall of China is a chain of fortifications erected to keep nomadic groups at bay. The Great Wall’s defense system comprises obstacles, fortifications, barracks, and even beacon towers.

The Great Wall took over 2,000 years to build, and a third of it “has already vanished,” according to a Google blog article. The Great Wall’s official length is 21,196.18 kilometers.

UNESCO has designated the Great Wall of China as a World Heritage Site.

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What does Google Arts & Culture stand for?

According to its website, Google Arts & Culture is a non-profit organization that collaborates with cultural organizations and artists all over the world. Google Arts & Culture uses cutting-edge technology to allow users to visit locations, examine art, and learn about key events.

Google Arts & Culture allows you to “experience the collections of over 2000 museums, art galleries, and other cultural institutions no matter where you are” via its app or website, according to Google.

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