Published August 1, 2008
As China takes its first turn as host to the Olympics in 2008, the legendary Great Wall of China is one of many attractions that visitors will flock to see. The Great Wall, built over the course of several centuries to protect China's northern border, spans nearly 4,500 miles or 7,200 kilometers. The photograph, by J.D. Cuban, staff photographer, Golf Digest, appeared in the August 2008 issue.
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