'Sea of People' flock to China's Great Wall over holiday break

Vacationers in the world’s most populous country took to social networks to share photographs taken during China’s week-long autumn holiday – and if this one is any indication, it was hard to find solitude. People have even come up with a hashtag to describe the hordes flocking to their country's tourist sites: “sea of people”.
 
 
This photo was taken in Badaling, the most popular segment of the Great Wall of China, located near Beijing. On October 3, more than 80,000 people came to see it, breaking all previous records.
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