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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Petra this monument is an important archaeological site in Jordan, and the capital of the Nabataean kingdom. The name comes from the Greek, meaning stone, but the name is appropriate, since it is not a city built of stone, but literally, carved and sculpted in stone. The settlement extends from …

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Taj Mahal


This building was built between 1631 and 1654 in the city of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, which is on the banks of river Yamuna, the same was built by Muslim emperor Shah Jahan, who comes from the Mongol dynasty.  The monument is dedicated to the dearest wife of the emperor, …

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The seven wonders of the world


These wonderful manmade structures have been renovated, thanks to a vote in an international competition, the private company New Open World Corporation performed, inspired by the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World”, the contest was held by filmmaker Swiss Bernard Weber, who is also the founder of the company. The …

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