Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China is long 8880 km. Historically valuable however is only 30% of its length. What amount of insurance pays the Peoples Republic of China a month for this monument, if the insurance company charges $ 10 per year per kilometer of historic sights.


x =  2220 USD


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