Everyone in this world wishes to pay a visit to 7 wonders of the world to complete the journey in life.
But still, after suffering from many hardships and pain in life, and one to recover from it.
The best choice to move away to heavenly places on earth, feels you relax, and accept inner peace.
If you have not visited any place yet in life then, it is a time to explore the most astonishing seven beautiful places in the world.
Many people think that why these seven places denoted with a tag name of “7 wonders of the world”.
Quite an interesting topic for us, isn’t it?
There are many beautiful places in the world. But, seven consider being heaven on the earth.
A brief story in the year 2000, when the Swiss foundation launched a campaign to count out the exact world’s heavenly places.
One of them is the Pyramid of Giza, which is considered the first one in the 2nd century BCE.
After continuous updates of votes cast on internet or text messages by more than 100 million people till 2007.
In 2007, the final results announced to cheer for the world’s heavenly places. Let’s together discover the treasures of the world.
- Great Wall of China
One of the largest wall building in the world is the great wall of China, that started in the late 7th century BCE, continued for about the next two millennia.
It is widely about 5500 miles (8,850 km) long.
However, the claimed length is 13,170 miles (21,200 km) long.
The great wall of china has two parallel walls structure featured together that stretched to a height, denoted the word wall in addition to that watchtower and barracks dot the bulwark that built to prevent invasions and raids.
But these walls largely failed to provide security to the Chinese army, but later on, it becomes a tourist place.
Thus its colossal outlook made people experience it as the best place to visit.
- Chichen Itza
Chichen Itza is a Mayan City on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, which developed in the early in 9th and 10th century BCE.
Mayan tribes-Itza highly influenced by the Toltecs (a member of an indigenous people that flourished in Mexico before the Aztecs) built several important monuments and temples.
It will be a tremendous experience to step towards the right way and view in the pyramid-shaped El Castillo Castle, which rises 79 feet (24 meters) above the Main Plaza.
The 365 steps featured out for the total Mayans structure testament is astronomical, equivalent to the number of days in a year.
The sun casts shadows on the pyramid gives the appearance of a serpent tilting down the north stairways and on the base is a stone snake head during the spring and autumnal equinoxes, even no work of science tourist can finds.
You can visit there in the mid-year to view amazing snakehead shadows and enjoy the castle’s art.
An ancient city of Peter, Jordan located in the remote valley nestled amongst cliffs and mountain peaks.
Later on, it became an important trade center for spices of the Nabataeans (Arab tribes), in which they cut dwellings, temples, and tombs into the sandstone that changed color when the sun shifts.
Peter had a population of around thirty thousand people before 363 CE, but later on, the city abandoned due to the tremor hits and major earthquakes.
It was rediscovered in 1912 and largely ignored by archaeologists that remain with many questions behind Petra.
The amazing heritage is famous for a tourist attraction where several incredible structures carved into 4,000-seat amphitheater stone and the El-Deir monastery.
- Christ the Redeemer
Mountcovato Corcovado Rio de Janeiro, a colossal statue of Jesus erect to the top the statue stand is known as Christ the Redeemer.
Heitor da Silva Costa, Carlos Oswald, and Paul Landowski designed the statue during the 1st world war when Brazilians feel fear of godlessness. The construction continued from 1926-1931.
The monument is 98 feet tall with 26 feet of the base stand, and the arms span outreaches to 92 feet.
The Jesus Christ Redeemer architecture considered to be an art-deco sculpture in the world made up of reinforced concrete with 6 million tiles.
In 2014, Jesus’ statue’s right thumb got damaged due to a thunderstorm.
Mostly married couples prefer to visit there in their honeymoon periods to view the fantastic art of sculpture.
Rio de Janeiro is an amazingly experienced place in the list of seven wonders of the world.
The best place to take a snip or capture Instagram pictures with friends and families.
The Colosseum in Rome was built by the emperor Vespasian orders in the first century BCE.
An extraordinary amphitheater, a feat of engineering measures 620 by 513 feet (which is 189 by 156 meters) that features a complex system of vaults capable of holding 500,00 spectators who watched a variety of events.
People came to see gladiators fight where a man battles with animals and other men with weapons gathered around the Colosseum.
Believed that 500,000 people died in Colosseum mainly due to thrown out in front of lions, water pumping into this fighting stage teases with naval engagements.
Still, it’s is a dream of too many people who wants to visit once in a life to see the art of engineering structure of 500,000 spectators and know more about its historical events remained a cause of many extinct animals in the world.
- Taj Mahal
One of the most iconic monuments at the time of Mughal
Architecture is the Taj Mahal that ordered by King ‘Shah Jahan’ to built-in the memories of his beautiful wife, ‘Mumtaz Mahal’ who died after giving birth to their 14th child.
The Taj Mahal’s mausoleum complex structure took 22 years from (1628 to 1658) to build by 20,000 workers.
It considers being one of the finest monuments in India.
One must visit to see the beauty of white marble that features semiprecious stones in geometric and floral patterns.
Taj Mahal has a majestic dome-shaped white marble covered with 4 smaller dome marbles, and many people from different states in India revisit Agra to behold the beauty of the Taj Mahal.
It will be great to visit a white marble monument and grasp there the history of the Mughal Empires by tourist guides.
- Machu Pichhu
An astonishing Incan site near Cuzco in Peru founded by Hiram Bigham in 1911, who believed it was Vilcabamba.
Another secret Incan stronghold used during the time 16th-century rebellions against Spanish rule.
Although later, the claim disapproved due to cofounded by scholars.
Bingham believed as the women’s house denoted as the ‘Virgin of Sun’, where they lived in the convents under vows of chastity.
It’s still a mystery behind the Incan site, some people tell it as a pilgrimage site, while others believed its royal retreat.
One monument damaged by a crane in the 2000s, but later on, Machu Picchu identified nearly intact.
Despite the relative isolation to be very high in Andes mountains featuring agricultural terraces, plazas, residential areas, and temples.
One should visit the vast Machu Picchu to feel the beauty of heaven on earth.