Moai statues of the wonders of the world


These sculptures called “Moai” are monolithic stone statues, which can only be found in the “Easter Island”, which belongs to the region of Valparaiso, Chile. The inhabitants of the “Easter Island” live off tourism and fishing, therefore, these statues represent the main tourist attraction of the region. On the island …

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The Statue of Liberty


This statue is also known as “Liberty Enlightening the World”, is called “The Statue of Liberty,” which is one of the most famous monuments of the city of New York, in the United States and around the world, Yet even with his great fame did not win any of the …

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Eiffel Tower


This tower was first called “The Tower of the 330 meters,” since that is his height, but then went on to become a “The Eiffel Tower”. It is a structure of wrought iron, which was designed by Maurice Koechlin and Emile Nouguier, later to be built by French engineer Gustave …

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Chichen Itza


This monument is one of the major archaeological sites in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, located in the town of Tinum in the state of Yucatan. It is an important and renowned relic of the Mayan civilization. Most of the buildings that remain there, are corresponding to the period of …

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The Pyramids of Egypt


This time we have an article which are sure to get your attention and we address an issue that concerns us all because it is one of the heritage of humanity, surely you know that our plans are what is called the 7 wonders the world which are large natural …

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The Roman Colosseum


The Roman Colosseum is an amphitheater of the period of the Roman Empire, which was built in the first century, which is located in the city center of Rome. Originally called the Flavian Amphitheater (Amphitheatrum Flavium Romano), in honor of the Flavian dynasty, which had the emperors who built it, …

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Christ the Redeemer


The “Cristo Redentor” or also known as “Christ of Corcovado” Jesus of Nazareth is a 38 meters high, that if you do not count the 8 meter pedestal. Figure this with open arms, located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It has a height of 710 meters above sea level, in …

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Machu Picchu


The contemporary name given to this structure is due to so called the llaqta, which is an ancient Andean village, which is recognized worldwide for being part of the “New Seven Wonders of the Modern World” since its construction took place in the fifteenth century in the rocky promontory that …

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The Great Wall of China


This monument, known as “The Infinite” by some of the inhabitants of China, China is an ancient fortress that was built in the V century. C. and rebuilt in the sixteenth century, which protects the northern borders of the Chinese Empire of successive imperial dynasties attack and the Xiongnu nomads …

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