After the Great Wall, what is the world’s longest wall?
Berlin Wall, Germany
Hadrian’s Wall, England
Kumbhalgarh Fort, India
Western Wall, Jerusalem
You’re probably familiar with the Great Wall of China, but did you know that there is also a Great Wall of India? The world’s second-longest continuous wall after China’s, Kumbhalgarh Wall extends for 22 miles around Kumbhalgarh Fort in northwest India, sandwiched between two peaks in the Aravalli mountain range.
Nicknamed the Great Wall of India, Kumbhalgarh measures nearly 50 feet across at its widest section and dates back to the fort’s 16th-century construction. Along with five other forts in the area, Kumbhalgarh Fort is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
While it’s an impressive sight to behold, the wall’s length is no match for the Great Wall of China, which measures a whopping 13,171 miles long
Answer: The correct answer is Kumbhalgarh Fort, India