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7 wonders of the world names




Great Pyramid of Giza


Built between 2584 BC and 2561 BC, the Great Pyramid of Giza is the only living ancient wonder. It is 230.4 meters wide and 146.5 meters long on its base, and the largest of the three, which sits beside the city of Giza, about 12 miles away from Cairo. Until the completion of Lincoln Cathedral around 1300, it was the highest man-made structure for more than 3,800 years.
The great Wall of China


The Great Wall of China, which started 2,000 years ago to protect the invaders from crossing their northern border, is actually a series of walls and fortifications. Over the years, there has been considerable losses from erosion and flooding. However, outside of Beijing, there are some reclaimed sections, including Muteiu, which include 23 clock and cranulated parapets on both sides of the 3-mile long stone wall.

Colosseum - Italy



Rome, Italy organizes the Colosseum, which is one of the seven wonders of the world. Sometimes called the flavian amphitheater, Kolosim is an oval shaped amphitheater in the center of the city. Made from concrete and sand, it is the world's largest amphitheater. The creation of the Colosseum was started by the Emperor Wespasian in AD 72 and its successor, Titus, was finished by Eddie 80. Another Emperor Dominion of the Flavian Dynasty later made some modifications in the Amphitheater. Colosseum had the capacity to host 80,000 spectators. The mock was some public specs organized in sea warfare, animal hunter, famous war re-evaluation, execution, and mythological drama Colosseum. Today, this wonder of the world is a popular tourist attraction and serves as the iconic icon of Imperial Rome.

Chichen Itza - Mexico



Chichen Itza is an archaeological site located in the Yucatan state of Mexico. This is a pre-Columbian city built by the Maya people during the Terminal Classic period. The historical value of the site contributes to its position as a wonder of the world. It is believed that Chichen Itza, the ancient Maya, has been one of the world's major cities and exhibits a variety of architectural styles of architecture in the city.

Machu Picchu-Peru


Another new wonder of the world is the ancient Iman fort in Machu Picchu, Peru. Located in a remote location in Andes, the vast complex of complex stone buildings was confronted by American explorer Hiram Bingham III in 1911, and it has since been a source of attraction all over the world. To reach the site, you can take the beautiful train from Cusco to Hiram Bingham, which houses a gourmet lunch and traditional Peruvian music.

Petra-Jordan


Petra is a city that lives in four dimensions. Or "living" to be precise ... My mind does not want to accept the fact that the majority of breathtaking huge rock palaces are a random centuries-old multinational random parts of Necropolis. Historically (Egyptian pyramids, for example) Necropolis was built to stand for thousands of years. Over the centuries temples and other religious structures were believed to be alive, and in the ordinary living quarters there was a short life to serve one or several generations.
No, Petra was not designed as Necropolis. Deep down the rocks, there were about twenty thousand people once there. The market with swimming pool, sauna, villa, a sophisticated water condition system, cinemas, government buildings and the Senate were ... it was just that time, earthquake, wind and sand were destroyed and all the worlds were concealed ...

While thinking about Petra, I always want to add another dimension which will take me to the depths of the mountain, because the traditional geometry does not seem to be sufficient enough to describe carefully the carved centuries old rooms, caves, storage spaces, Vedas , And obelisks. 

Christ the Redeemer-Brazil



The Exact dimensions of Christ the Redeemer statue in RIO DE JANEIRO are as follows: The Height of the Height is 38 Meters, the Height of the pedestal - 8 meters, the Weight - 1145 Tons, the hand Stretch - 30 Meters. It is believed that the idea behind the construction of the statue came on the 100th Anniversary of the independence of brazil in 1922. It appears that the story of the idol goes along with the deep roots in the past.
During a visit to Brazil in 1859, a Catholic priest Pedro Maria Boss was killed with the majestic beauty of the mountain of Corkowado. He was the one who had proposed to build a memorial for Christ at the top of the mountain. But at that time it was difficult to fulfill their aspirations: First Brazil's Court had no money, and then the monarchy was replaced by the Republican government. And since the church had been legally separated from the state, so forgot the idea of making a memorial.
The mountain was very striking to be empty, and the Catholic organizations of Rio de Janeiro raised this issue again in the XX century. The signatures were collected, the money gathered and as a result, this ambitious project was able to receive more than 2 million real ($ 250,000) of that time.
The administration of Rio de Janeiro announced a competition for the best design, which attracted many contenders. The winner was the Heater da Silva Costa. He proposed that the currency of Jesus Christ would be a cross with weapons spread with birds, and a huge pedestal would be a symbol of the world. Thus, the sculpture works in giving an idea to people - "Everything is in the hands of God."
The last design of the monument was done by artist Carlos Oswald. By offering several reforms, they rejected the idea of a world. And then, finally, everything was ready to build a memorial.
Construction lasted for almost nine years. For many reasons, the first and foremost technical, at that time, building a huge statue in Brazil was impossible, so all the parts including the frame were built in France.
Different parts were transported to Brazil, and then carried by the rail to the top of Mount Corcovado. The memorial was inaugurated on 12 October 1931. This date is considered the "birthday" of Christ's statue in Rio de Janeiro, and many festivals are celebrated annually.
The Statue was Repaired Twice - in 1980 and 1990, and in 2010 there was some Cosmetic Restoration: it was wasted with strange inscriptions, such as "when the cat is removed, the rats will be played" (The meaning of this act is unclear day).
The nightlight system was upgraded in 1932 and 2000. In 2007, this famous Rio de Janeiro landmark was chosen as one of the seven new wonders of the world.

Taj Mahal-India


Tajmahal Indian city Agra has a ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of Yamuna River. In 2007, it was declared the winner of the World New 7 Wonders (2000-2007) initiative.

In 1632, the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (ruled 1628-1658) started the Tomb of his favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. The Tomb is the focal point of the 42-Acre complex, which includes a mosque and guest house, And it is set in a formal garden surrounded by a Revolutionary wall on Three sides.

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