The Great Wall of China is one of the most awe-inspiring feats of human architecture, and for good reason. Spanning more than 13,000 miles, it remains the world’s largest man-made structure visible from space. It is a testament to the incredible skill and determination of the Chinese people that this massive wall was ever completed.
But the Great Wall isn’t the only remarkable monument constructed by Chinese people throughout history: their incredible legacy also includes a 7,000-year-old village, the terracotta army of the First Chinese Emperor, and Beijing’s Forbidden City. Now you can explore these amazing structures and many more in an educational documentary featuring breathtaking 3D graphics, state-of-the-art animation, fresh footage from onsite locations, and expert commentary and analysis.
From discovering how ancient Chinese people lived to marvelling at breathtaking pieces of artwork sculpted by modern artisans, this documentary sheds new light on some of humanity’s greatest engineering feats. With its fantastic visuals and insightful commentary, this documentary offers an immersive experience unlike any other. So don’t wait – join us as we explore these extraordinary monuments!