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Where does the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Grand Canal, the longest and oldest canal........................

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Where does the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Grand Canal, the longest and oldest canal or artificial river in the world, flow from and to?

posted Mar 12, 2019 by Udita

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Beijing to Hangzhou, China
The Grand Canal in China was constructed in sections from the 5th century BCE onwards, and became a unified means of communication for the Empire from the 7th century CE (Sui dynasty) onwards. By the 13th century it consisted of more than 2,000 km of artificial waterways, linking five of China’s main river basins. Currently only the section from Hangzhou to Jining is navigable, and its course is divided into seven sections.

answer Sep 13, 2019 by Vijay
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