7 MAN MADE WONDERS OF THE WORLD

Have you ever wanted to visit the greatest wonders of the world and see the world’s greatest structures ever built by man? These structures will leave you wondering…How they do that. These structures were built with amazing masteries that will leave you stunned.

Taj Mahal, INDIA

What if you could combine great art and great architecture together? The result will be the world’s most beautiful piece of architecture man has ever built. Taj Mahal is arguably the world’s most beautiful piece of architecture ever built. Taj Mahal rises on a red sandstone base and with a huge white beautiful marble terrace on which rests the famous dome and the four tall minarets. Again, this is also referred to as a monument of love. It was built in honor of the love which Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan felt for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. In all ways, this is an amazingly beautiful building as well as a piece of art.

The Roman Coliseum ITALY

The coliseum has a long history; it is a place where kings used to find entertainment by witnessing the fights between humans and animals or even a fight between humans. The humans known as the gladiators had to fight to their last breath in order to save themselves and please the king. If you find the opportunity to visit Italy, then the Coliseum is a must stop. It is a stunning piece of architecture constructed by the emperors in the Flavian dynasty, who came up with this beautiful structure to satisfy their sadistic pleasures.

Machu Picchu CUZCO, PERU

The lost city of the Incas, as it is popularly known, sits on a mountain ridge over eight thousand feet above sea level. The city is thought to have been built in the 1400s as the symbol of the Inca Empire. Machu Picchu is located in a deeply remote place that is great for adventures. One can hike his way to Machu Picchu through the famous Inca Trail although it mostly busy but you can find yourself other adventurous trails. Machu Picchu is so beautiful and it’s setting in a very high magnificent landscape, makes it a great place to visit. Hostels are readily available as this is one more popular backpacker routes and it will cost you about 5-7$ a night.

Great Wall of China, CHINA

The wall that the world is proud of and so amazed with is the Great Wall of China. The wall, built around the 5th century and the 16th century to protect against attacks is over 4000 miles long. This is an amazing piece of architecture built to perfection. It is also a must travel route for any young traveler. Hike the Great wall and experience the steep climbs through thick forests. Once you are up the wall, you will be amazed by its beautiful construction, surrounding landscapes which are so magnificent you will want to come back for another visit.

CHICHEN ITZA, MEXICO

Chichen Itza in Yucatan is a large archaeological site that was built by the Maya Civilization in the centre of Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. This site exhibits astounding piece of architecture that comprises of fine stone constructions that have been restored by the Mexican government. This is a magnificent a must visit place if you ever plan to travel to Mexico.

CHRIST THE REDEEMER, BRAZIL

If you ever get an opportunity to travel to Brazil, which with Expedia you can for a great price, you will hardly miss this wonder of the world. The statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro is often considered a symbol of Christianity. The statue, stands towering above Tijuca Forest National Park at the top of Corcovado Mountain. Pack your bags and head towards Brazil one of these days, see this beautiful wonder, and spend some time at the beach and if you are lucky attend the carnival.

PETRA, JORDAN

Set in the Arabah, Ma’an Governorate, Jordan, on the slopes of Mount Hor is this magnificent wonder of the world which recently joined the list of the 7 wonders of the world and was considered as one of the most precious cultural properties of man’s cultural heritage.Here, you can take walk or a horse ride and visit this wonder. Hostels in Jordan go for about 5-7US$ in Aqaba traveling to Petra is a little expensive but that doesn’t mean you won’t have fun.