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Construction of protective walls began around 300 BC as an effort to reduce the unwanted incursions of nomadic Mongols and Manchurians from the north.
Seeing the magnificent temples and tombs where relics like these were unearthed, in their native Saharan element, excites an entirely different kind of awe. It can bring to life, with a little imagination, the astounding civilization of Ancient Egypt itself.
Ski the slopes of Hokkaido, or dive the coral reefs of Okinawa. Find peace at a Buddhist sanctuary, or witness Tokyo’s brilliant lightshow.
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