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Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza is an ancient relic of the Mayan civilization located in Mexico. (Wonders)


This work is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.In 2007, this work, along with six other works,

was introduced in a global poll as

one of the New Seven Wonders.


The Chichen Itza site includes several stone

buildings that were previously used as palaces,

temples, baths, shops, and so on. The most important parts of it are

El Castillo (Castle)

The most important work in this collection is El Castillo (meaning castle in Spanish),

which is a stepped pyramid with steps to the top of the pyramid on all four sides. (Wonders)

This temple belonged to the god of heaven.


  • Temple of Warriors
  • Playground
  • Other structures
Chichen Itza
Chichen Itza
Statue of Jesus Christ

The famous statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which many people have seen on television,

is actually the statue of Christ the Redeemer. Likewise

The 125-foot-tall statue was

erected in 1926 at a height

of 710 meters at the top of Corcovado Mountain. (Wonders)



The statue shows the standing position of Jesus Christ with

his arms wide open, which shows the acceptance of all human beings in his arms. The statue of Jesus Christ is

a symbol of Brazil, which has gained worldwide fame today. (Wonders)


Tourists visiting Brazil will definitely visit this statue.



The left hand points to the north of Rio de Janeiro and the right to the south.

Stunning views can be seen from there that

traps the breath in the viewer’s chest.


These include the city of Rio, the bay, Sugarloaf Mountain and the banks of the Copacabana and Ipanema rivers.


Football fans can also see the view from the stadium. (Wonders)

Statue of Jesus Christ
Statue of Jesus Christ

The Coliseum is the most famous large circular (oval) amphitheater in history, with fifty thousand rows of seats and 80 entrances.

The word Colosseum means “great place” and is also called

the Flavian Amphitheater (amphitheaterum flaviusi). (Wonders)

The Colosseum was founded by the Roman emperor

Vespasian from 69 to 70, then built by his son Titus in 80 AD,

and finally by Domitian (Dominic), Titus’ brother, who ruled over it in 81 AD.


He conquered and sat on the throne of the Roman emperor, completed and finished. The Colosseum,

the first permanent amphitheater built in Rome, was located in our swampy grounds between the Esquiline and Caelian hills.


In this collection, the Roman emperor witnessed the most heinous crimes in the form of slaughtering slaves and Christians. (Wonders)



Bloody battles over the death and life of gladiators were one of the daily pastimes of Roman emperors and aristocrats.

And the possibility of population control, on the other hand,

made this hall one of the largest architectural monuments of ancient Rome. (Wonders)

The plan of this complex is in the shape of an oval with diameters of 188 and 156 meters.



Its foundation is about 6 acres. Its height is almost the size of a 15-storey building (about 48 meters).


It is a wooden stage floor. Necessary preparations have been made

to set up and run the show. (Wonders)

There are 80 walls on the stage as supports for dome-shaped arches, passages, stairs and rows of chairs.


The outer edge of the successive arches connects the different floors and the stairs between them.


Interior of the Coliseum Above are three rows of domed arches on the pillars and the tops of the pillars.

The columns of the first floor use the Doric style, the second floor the Ionic style,


and the third floor the Corinthian style, which was close to the classical Greek style. (Wonders)

This building is due to the easy passage of the population.


Inside and outside the square is one of the masterpieces of engineering.

At the top, there are ramparts and gutters that hold the beams to which the canopies hang. (Wonders)

Many types of building materials have been used in

the construction of the mansion,

concrete has been used for the foundation and travertine

has been used for the columns and arches. (Wonders)


In the columns used for the walls of the lower two floors,

Concrete bricks are used for the upper floors

and most of the arches. (Wonders)

China Wall

The Great Wall of China, considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is the longest and largest military defense engineering

site in the world in terms of construction time.

The wall stretches 7,000 kilometers on a map of China. This work was registered in the “World Heritage List” in 1987.


The date of construction of the Great Wall of China dates back to the 9th century BC.

To prevent northern nations from invading, the Chinese government built fire towers for information or border

forts for enemy information in connection with and on the wall. (Wonders)


During the reigns of the Spring and Autumn Dynasties and the warring countries, wars broke out between the dukes,

and the countries used the border mountains to build walls until 221 BC. It connected as a large wall on the northern

borders of the mountains. By doing so, he wanted to prevent enemy attacks on the northern pastures. (Wonders)


At this time, the length of the Great Wall of China reached 5,000 kilometers. In the Khan dynasty, after the Chinese dynasty,

the length of the wall reached 10,000 kilometers. In the two thousand and one year history of China,

the rulers of different eras built the Great Wall of China. Until the length of the wall reached 50,000 kilometers.

This is equivalent to the circumference of the Earth. (Wonders)


The wall that people now see is the wall of the Ming Dynasty (1989 – 1644).

China leads and between it there are 9 provinces-cities and autonomous regions with

a length of 7300 km and people call it the long wall. (Wonders)


The Great Wall of China was built on the mountains as a defensive project,

crossing deserts, pastures and sludges.

Depending on the terrain, the workers came up with a different structure to build the wall, which shows the wisdom of China’s ancestors.

The wall stretches along steep mountains. There are high precipices outside the wall.

Therefore, the enemy was not able to penetrate this wall at all. (Wonders)


The Great Wall of China is usually made of large bricks and

rectangular stones, and in the middle of it,

There should be no problem in transferring grain and weapons.

On the inside of the wall, there is a stone railing and a door that moves easily.

At a certain distance, a wall platform or fire tower built for news. (Wonders)

It is a wall platform for storing weapons and grain and resting soldiers and has been a hideout during the war.


The resistance of the Great Wall of China as a military barrier has now disappeared. But the beauty of its special architecture is spectacular.

The beauty of the Great Wall of China is majestic, and majestic. From afar,

a high, winding wall on the mountains looks like a moving dragon, (Wonders)

Up close, the majestic gates, walls, wall platforms, watchtowers, fire towers are in harmony with the terrestrial features full of artistic charm.

The Great Wall of China has historical and cultural significance and spectacular value. The Chinese say,

“Anyone who has not climbed the Great Wall of China is not a hero.”


Chinese and foreign tourists are proud to walk the wall. Even the leaders of many foreign

countries do not miss the opportunity to visit this great work. (Wonders)

Some sections of the Great Wall of China are well preserved,

including the Badling Wall near Beijing, the Si Ma Tai Wall,

the Mutian Yu Wall, the Hai Guan Gate at the eastern end of the Great Wall of China, called the First Gate of China,

and The Jayoguan Gate at the western end of Gansu, these parts are also very popular and scenic

places on the wall and are visited by

many tourists all year round. (Wonders)


The Great Wall of China is an embodiment of the wisdom and suffering of millions of Chinese in ancient China. (Wonders)


This work has not disappeared after thousands of years and has an immortal charm and a symbol of the Chinese national spirit.


In 1987, the Great Wall of China was inscribed on the World Heritage List as a “symbol of Chinese nationality.”

China Wall
China Wall
Machu Picchu (Spanish: Machu Picchu),

Machu Picchu (Spanish: Machu Picchu), meaning Old Peak, is a work of the Incas,

located at 2,430 meters above sea level on a mountain slope above the Orubama Valley in Peru,


70 km north of Cusco. It is often referred to as the “Lost City of the Incas”. (Wonders)

Machu Picchu is probably the most famous symbol of the Inca Empire.


The city was built around 1450 AD and was abandoned by the Spanish hundreds of years ago during the conquest of the Incas.

It has been forgotten for centuries and no one remembers its name except a few locals. (Wonders)


This work was introduced to the world in 1911 by the American historian Hiram Bingham.

After that, Machu Picchu became a tourist attraction, and in 1981 it was inscribed on the Peruvian

List of Monuments and in 1983 it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

This work is now known as one

of the New Seven Wonders.


Machu Picchu is built with polished stone walls in

accordance with the classical Inca architecture.


The first building in the Intihuatana complex (Spanish: Intihuatana) is the Temple of the Sun,

a room with three windows in an area of ​​Machu Picchu that archaeologists call the Sacred Area.

In 2003, the number of tourists in this ancient city was 400,000. In September 2007,

Peru and Yale reached an agreement to return the handicrafts removed from

Machu Picchu by Hiram Bingham in the early 20th century. (Wonders)

Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu
Petra in Arabic (البتراء) is a historic city in the Kingdom of Jordan

This ancient city is located 262 km south of the Jordanian capital Amman and west of the

main road between Amman and the city of Aqaba. It is a city of perfection,

all of which is carved in


he mountains and on boulders in the color of rose or pink. Hence the name of this beautiful city of Petra.

The word (Petra) in Greek means (rock) and because this ancient

city is completely carved in the rock (rock) it is called Petra.

This beautiful historical city is also called (Al-Madinah Al-Wardiyya)

because of its reddish flower. (Wonders)

In 1978, a book was written about this that talks about the history of

the construction of thisancient city.

The old name of this city was Sala, meaning (rock) the Romans translated its name into their own language.

Shone in the first century BC and during the reign of Shah Ghassani Harith III.

Petra in Arabic (البتراء) is a historic city in the Kingdom of Jordan
Petra in Arabic (البتراء) is a historic city in the Kingdom of Jordan
Taj Mahal (Hindi: त I ज महल, Urdu: Taj Mahal)

It is a beautiful and magnificent tomb located near the city of Agra, 200 km south of New Delhi, the capital of India.

It was built by order of Shah Jahan, the Gurkhani

emperor of India, to commemorate his beloved Iranian wife,


Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631 during childbirth. After the death of his wife, the king decided to immortalize

his wife by building a beautiful, luxurious and huge building. So he built a beautiful tomb on his grave.

As it is known, the name of this

beautiful building is Iranian. (Wonders)

The building is based on a mixture of Iranian,


Indian and Islamic architecture and was built by 20,000 artists

and architects from different parts of Asia,

especially Iran, the Indian subcontinent, Central Asia and Anatolia.

The construction of the Taj Mahal began in 1632 (1042 AD) and was completed in 1647

(1057 AD).

Ahmad Memari Lahori and his brother Ustad Hamid Lahori (11th century AH) were the Iranian chief architects

who built the Taj Mahal in India. In some texts, Issa Khan Shirazi and Amanat Khan Shirazi Tughranovis,


both of whom were Iranians, are mentioned,

as if the calligraphy on the door and the

walls of the Taj Mahal was entrusted

to Amanat Khan. (Wonders)

Taj Mahal (Hindi: त I ज महल, Urdu: Taj Mahal)
Taj Mahal (Hindi: त I ज महल, Urdu: Taj Mahal)

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