Oh, hello there! I'm Demi, a world traveler. Please, let me show you a great civilization in 221 BC.
Welcome to the Yellow River! A river called Yangtze River isn't far off from here. They also have some mountains called the Himalaya Mountains.
What do you see?
Fun Fact: If this great wall is 13,170 miles long and your average walking speed is 3.1 miles per hour, then it would take about... 4248.38 hours, or 177.016 days of non-stop walking.
This is a place filled with great old mountains, rivers, walls built centuries ago, and much more that make it so unique. Lets learn more together!
This is the Yellow River. As you can see, it's quite dirty. Fun Fact: It is called the Yellow River because huge amounts of loess sediment turn the water that color.
This is the Great Wall of China. This wall helped keep nomadic tribes away from their civilization.
How has this civilization influenced ours?
This ancient civilization has many festivals. Here are a few examples: Spring Festival, Yuanxiao Festival, Quingming Festival, Duanwu Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, Chongyang Festival, and many more!
Here in this ancient civilization, they have many festivals.
This civilization actually had three major religions. Their names were Taoism, Confuciansim, and Buddhism.
Look at this! Their worshiping these ancient statues. Better be quite. Shhhh..
This ancient civilization's biggest contribution was their inventions that were created and some had been made by accident. Some of their inventions were paper, compass, silk, gunpowder and fireworks. The civilization had a huge impact on the modern world!
Well, I'm finally home. Thank you again for coming explore with me!