Best 7 manmade wonders of the world


Top 7 Manmade Wonders of the World 2021

Some manmade wonders takes back from the past and some from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries with the advancement of technology. Why they may be referred to as manmade wonders? It is due to the use of human resources and labour in building it in contrast to natural wonders.

Manmade wonders are sure a domain attracting place for tourists if you ever think about travelling into a splendid region or place be sure to get the best of it and check these amazing wonders out as it lives out for its name and place.

  The 7 manmade wonders of the world are:-

  1. The Great Wall of China
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The Great Wall of China is the world’s longest creation ever made by man and still standing today, drawing tons of people and tourists thus making it into the top list of wonders. The 8851 km lengthy wall of china was built around 2000 years ago via king Quin Shi Huang; it was built for military affairs to prevent themselves from an invasion by lighting up signals in every designated post to know of an enemy attack and preventing it.

 

  1. The Taj Mahal of India
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The iconic and symbolic monument was made in India and listed on the top list for its beauty and designs. This marvellous monument was constructed using only white marbles which makes it worth a watch or visit. It was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. For this masterpiece monument to finish it took 22 years and turned into a world heritage site for its exclusive yet fascinating monument built by man.

 

  1. Petra from Jordan
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Petra is the capital of the Nabataean empire during the reign of King Aretas |V. This amazing site was taken into the list of world heritage sites in 1985 and makes it into the new Seven Wonders of the World with its ancient and historical build during 9B.C to A.D.40.

The civilization during this period was considered to be experts on water technology and the mark of it remains today making it a spot of attraction for people to look into.

 

  1. Christ the Redeemer in Brazil
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The modern-day manmade wonders of the world, located in Corcovado hills in parts of Rio de Janeiro.

This statue was produced from France and taken to Rio de Janeiro piece by piece and established. Christ the Redeemer was officially completed in the year 1931 standing 98 ft. tall. This modern figure is the 5th largest and biggest statue of Christ in the world and a must-visit place to head out and a destination finalizer.

 

  1. Colosseum of glory in Italy
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The largest amphitheatre ever made and constructed in 70AD using concrete and stones with the base from the Roman structure. It has 800 entrances with a capacity of over 50000 spectators. In historical times, it was often used for hosting games between people and animals for a sort of enjoyment and showcase of strength. It may be not close to its past but it sure does attracts people for its past of glory.

 

  1. Chichen Itza of Mexico
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Ruins of the Mayan town on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, founded in the 6th century with extravagant sites left by the ancestors till date and the most well known of these being El Castillo that was built during the 8th -12th century AD using limestone, the most amazing thing about this temple is that the all the steps of the temple equals to the days of the year or 12 months of a year.

These fascinating things sure do says a lot about the past ancestors and thus make it into the list of wonders around the world.

 

  1. Machu Picchu from Peru
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Located in the Cusco Region, this site was taken into consideration as the lost city in the past however which was not, it was a civilization from the Inca dynasty which was abandoned throughout the 14th mid-century due to Spanish invasion and was lost for nearly a century. In 1911 it was rediscovered back into the world, the designs made were quite classic of the Inca people and it created an extravagant view with culture thus making it into the list of wonders and an attraction place.

Also, read:

What are the 7 natural wonders of the world

 

 


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