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The Great Wall
The Great Wall of China is an ancient fortified wall found in the north of the country of China, on planet Earth.

Overview

The Great Wall of China is a very authentic structure consisting mostly of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials giving it its tan appearance. It stretches very far, has a slight curve to it and is surrounded by green vegetation. The steps parallel the natural formation of the terrain, at each interval there are small room-like section.

Series

Season 6

After finding Eldora's diary, the Winx, Daphne and the Trix (disguised as fairies) travel to China. Their hot air balloons fly over the Great Wall. Chatta decided it would be fun to play with the hot air balloon, the wind was very strong and violently knocked the balloon over, Caramel added more strength to the instability and ended up flinging Chatta off. She ended up colliding against the Trix's balloon and Stormy fell out the basket, though Icy caught her. Daphne was then finally able to stabilize the balloon. 

Bloom then tells the others that Eldora had traveled all over the Great Wall. For a better view, Aisha suggests they go up higher only to be met by the cold air due to the high altitude. Stella decides to keep the girls warm by creating warmer clothing.

Stella then asks Bloom where they should head to next and Bloom replies that Eldora had visited the Shrine of the Green Dragon. Daphne then decides it would be best if they search on the ground and they all settled onto a village near the wall.

Trivia

  • The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications made on the northern borders of ancient China to protect it from invasions from the north. Several walls were being built as early as the 7th century BC; these, later joined together and made bigger and stronger, are now collectively referred to as the Great Wall. The first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, built a famous wall between 220 and 206 BC and since then the wall has constantly been rebuilt. The present wall was built by the Ming dynasty.
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