Have you ever wished of visiting the historical wonderlands that are the perfect epitome of the ancient civilization? Well, the dream of visiting the beautiful and surprising places is everyone’s choice, We love to have a world tour in our lives but most of the people are unable to fulfill their wish due to many personal reasons. We’re not here to upset you but trying to give you the maximum worthy information about some wonderlands of the world so that you feel somehow amused. Even if you have a plan to visit such kind of places, then we recommend you to get some little information before traveling.
It was perceived that about 100 million people during the year of 2007 declare the wonderlands of the world. Let’s go through those wonders of the world in detail.
Great Wall of China
The Wall of China is constructed between the 5th and 16th century (B.C). The wall of China is a fortification of stone-and-earth that is built to protect the Chinese Empire border from invading Mongols. It is basically a progression of many walls, spanning around 4000 miles. And this is the reason why it is called the longest wall of the world.
Christ the Redeemer Statue
The statue of the Redeemer is an Art Deco style that was found in Brazil. This statue is made of solid concrete-and-soapstone that was built by the great artist, Heitor da Silva. It cost almost $250,000 for complete building. The finance was arranged through donations. Today, Christ the Redeemer is easily recognized and it is a great icon of Rio and Brazil.
Machu Picchu is an Incan city of glowing granite that is suspended between 2 Andean peaks. According to the scholars, it is considered to be the center of the Incan (capital of Cusco). Machu Picchu is built in the mid of 1400, at the top of the Incan Empire. However, the constructed mountain was discarded by the Incas after some time. For a long time period, the area was unknown to local till 1911. Later on, it was discovered by the Hiram Bingham. Due to its presence in remote areas, it is only accessible by train or helicopter or by foot. Most of the people love to visit Machu Picchu by the train, from the nearby premises of Cusco.
The smart, genius and the adaptability of the culture of Mayan is only felt in the astonishing ruins of Chichen Itza. The mind-blowing, powerful, trading center of the shopping of honey, salt, slaves, and cloth is common there.
The Roman Colosseum
The Roman Colosseum is the great and enduring icon of the Rome. It was built between 70-80 A.D and is in use for 500 years ago. The structure of the Colosseum is around 50,000 spectators and these spectators were constructed to watch the multiple events and public spectacles that include animal hunts, battle reenactments, and executions. Stone-robbers and earthquakes have disturbed the position of the Colosseum, but still, some portions are open for the visitors. Moreover, the structure of the Colosseum influences the people and they adapt it in constructing modern structures or buildings.
Taj Mahal (Agra, India)
Who doesn’t know about the historical and most famous Mahal of India that is commonly known as Taj Mahal? It was built by the Shah Jahan, a Mughal Emperor, who made it in the love of his wife. The Mahal was constructed between 1632-1684. It is considered the perfect art of Muslim India that shows his love for his companion. The marble in the white color of the Mahal depicts the architectural styles of Turkish, Indian and Persian people. Outside of the Mahal, beautiful flowers are blooming and reflecting in the pool. The Mahal is still a great and exciting spot for the visitors of the world and one of the must destination of world tours.
Petra is declared as a traditional site in the year of 1985. Petra is basically the capital of the King Aretas (IV). The member of the great civilization is an expert in the technology of water, have skills in constructing chambers and water tunnels. Thousands of implausible structures were found in the stone that serves as the entertaining point for visitors.
Durban (South Africa)
Durban is the non-stop spot in the country of South Africa, with sunny beaches and attracting culture of Afro-Indian. It is almost an hour away from Johannesburg or two hours from Cape Town.