China has created many great projects and miracles in the long history. Among them are buildings, events, nature, and people. These greatness have created the best of China’s world. China’s top ten in the world is unique.China’s Top 10 in The World are these:
1.The longest city wall in the world—China Great Wall
China’s Great Wall covers 15 provinces and cities including Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Gansu, Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Shandong, Henan, Qinghai, Ningxia and Xinjiang. Shaanxi Province has the longest length of the Great Wall, and the length of the Great Wall in the province is as long as 1,838 kilometers. The Great Wall has a total length of more than 21,000 kilometers and is known as the world’s longest city wall.
2.The oldest trade channel in the world—Silk Road
The Silk Road originated from the Han Dynasty Emperor Wu of the Western Han Dynasty. The Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty sent Zhang Yi to a trade channel for the opening of the Western Region. The Silk Road runs from Changan to Gansu, Xinjiang connects Central Asia, and West Asia to the Mediterranean countries. It is an old and long land trade channel, and the Silk Road is known as the world’s oldest trade channel.
3.The world’s largest city wall—Ningjing Stone Gate City in Ming Dynasty
Nanjing Stone City is about 3,000 meters long and covers an area of about 17 hectares. Because it was built in the original site of Jinlingyu, Stone Mountain, it was named Stone City. Stone City has been a battleground for the military since ancient times, because it is in the position of the Yangtze River. Therefore, there is the name of Shicheng Tiger. Known as the largest wall in the world.
4.The most famous tidal wave in the world—Qiantang River tide
Qiantang River is located in Zhejiang Province, China, and finally injected into the East China Sea. The tide of the Qiantang River into the sea is the most famous landscape in the world. It has been more than 2,000 years since the tide of the Qiantang River has become a custom of the local people. The Qiantang River tide is known as the world’s most famous tidal wave.
5.The world’s first sluice canal—-Guangxi Lingqu
The Lingqu, known as the Qin Canal, is a great project created by the ancient people. Lingqu was in Kaitong during the Qin Dynasty, and it has a history of more than 2,200 years. It is the oldest artificial canal in the world. It has the reputation of the world’s ancient pearl of water conservancy. Because it is often dry, it is called the world’s drought-ridden canal.
6.The largest Sand content river in the world – the Yellow River
The Yellow River has a total length of 5,500 kilometers and a drainage area of approximately 752,443 square kilometers. It flows through nine provinces and is finally injected into the Bohai Sea. The Yellow River is the birthplace of Chinese civilization, which the Chinese call it; the Mother River. Each year, 1.6 billion tons of sediment is produced, most of which flows into the sea. Because of the huge sediment concentration in the Yellow River, it is known as the world’s largest river with the highest sediment content.
7.The northernmost region of rice planting in the world—Huma County, Heilongjiang Province
Huma County, Heilongjiang Province is suitable for rice cultivation because of the abundant rainfall and long sunshine time. Since the geographical location of Huma County is on the north of the latitude of the earth, there is no rice in this latitude in other parts of the world. Therefore, Huma County is known as the northernmost region of rice cultivation in the world.
8.The highest altitude river in the world – the Yarlung Zangbo River
The Yarlung Zangbo River is the longest plateau river in China. It is located in the Tibet Autonomous Region and originates from the Jemayangzong Glacier in the northern foothills of the Himalayas in southern Tibet. The water energy reserves are abundant, second only to the Yangtze River. Because the Yarlung Zangbo River is a high altitude plateau river, it is also known as the highest river in the world.
9.The longest canal in the world—Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal
The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal was officially excavated in the Sui Dynasty. It is the longest canal in China’s ancient engineering, and the Great Wall and Kaner Well are called the three great works of ancient China. The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal was successfully selected into the World Cultural Heritage List. The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is the backbone of China’s South-to-North Water Transfer Project. The Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal is 1,797 kilometers long and is the longest canal in the world.
10.The largest meteorite in the world—in Jilin Province
In 1976, China’s Jilin Province landed a large meteorite rain, which was a rocky pebbly meteorite rain. The meteorite rain scattered up to four or five hundred square kilometers, the meteorites found are more than one hundred fast, the total weight of more than 2,600 kg, of which the largest piece of meteorite weight reached 1,770 kg. This meteorite in Jilin Province is also the world’s largest heaviest meteorite.