Seven Wonders of the World
1. Christ the Redeemer:
It is located at the top of Corcovado Mountain at a height of 710 metres. This statue took almost five years to build. It was constructed in France by Sculptor Paul Landowski and was shipped to Brazil in pieces and then was carried on mountain by train, there it was reassembled.
2. Macho pitch:
This is the city of clouds. It was built in 15th century by Incan emperor pachacutee, 8000 ft. above sea level. The city remained unknown as it was abandoned by inces. It was rediscovered in 1911.
3. Taj mahal
It was built by the emperor shah jahan in 1630 in the memory of his third wife Mumtaz. It is made up of white marble. It is located in Agra, U.P., India.
It was built around years ago for the purpose of hosting violent gladiator games. Now only 1/3 of the original amphitheator remains intact, 2/3 is gone forever.
5. Great Wall of China
Its length is 5,500 miles i.e. 8,851.8 km. It was built to protect china from invading hues, Mongols and other tribes. The construction period was about 2000 years from the warring states period (476 BC-221 BC) to Ming dynasty (1368-1644). It is the world’s longest man-made structure.
It is Jordan’s most valuable treasure. It is a vast, unique city. Carved into the sheer rock face by the Nabataea’s entrance to the city is through the single a narrow gorge over 1 km is length.
7. Chichen Itza
It is famous for its stepped pyramids, temples, column arcades and other stone structures. It was sacred to the mayan civilization. The most famous structure her is temple of kukulkan. This temple has 365 steps. It has four sides each with 91 steps and top platform makes 365th step.