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Lost Mongolian Section of "Great Wall" Located

Artist's depiction of workers on Mongolian section around 1100 AD. Google Earth has helped an international expeditionlocate a 60-mile forgotten section of the Great Wall of China in southernMongolia. The defensive barrier formed part of the Great Wallsystem built by successive Chinese dynasties to repel Mongol invaders from thenorth, according to findings published in the March issue of the Chineseedition of National Geographic magazine.
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