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Gardens of Babylon
Hanging gardens in Babylon are considered one of the seven wonders of the world, and it is believed that they were built near the royal palace in Babylon, where King Nebuchadnezzar built it in the sixth century BC for the sake of his wife, Amitis, who was longing for the wooded mountainous regions of her country Persia. These gardens are located in an oasis in the desert and were in the form of a stepped mountain-like shape, covered with trees and exotic plants.
Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China is a set of short walls, with a length of 5,500 km, and extends from northern China to southern Mongolia, and dates back to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) and consists of a quarter of its length from natural barriers such as rivers and mountain hills, and has been classified as a World Heritage site UNESCO in 1987.
The Taj Mahal is located in northern India in the eastern part of the city of Agra on the south bank of the Jumna River, and is characterized by its harmonious and smooth merging of decorative elements, as it is a mixture of Indian, Persian, and Islamic styles, and it is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, and it is one of the most famous monuments in it Millions of tourists visit it every year, in addition, it was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.
Petra is an archaeological site and was considered the capital of the Nabateans, and called the Treasury, and it was built in the Red Rock in the first century BC.
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The Romen Emperor Vespasian built the Colosseum amphitheater in the period between 68 and 79 AD, as a stadium for games for events belonging to the Romenian people, and can accommodate approximately 50,000 people.
It is a small city located in the Andes Mountains, at an altitude of about 8,000 feet, about 44 miles northwest of Cuzco and about 3,000 feet above the Urubamba Valley. The Inca ruler Machu Picchu built that city in the middle of the fifteenth century, as it was a holy city where celebrations were held, It was also an astronomical observatory, and Huayna Picchu is the highest peak in Machu Picchu, which means the rest of the sun. More than 150 buildings in Machu Picchu were built of granite in order to appear as part of the mountains, and the buildings also had trapezoidal doors and thatched roofs In addition, an irrigation system was used to grow maize and pulp Tata, but Machu Picchu was destroyed by the spread of smallpox, and the archaeologist Bill Hiram Bingham discovered the ruins of the city in 1911 AD.
Chichen Itza Pyramid
The Chichen Itza Pyramid is one of the best archaeological sites in the Mayan civilization, and it is located in the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, 90 miles from the coast. M, and the pyramid was a observatory and temple for warriors.
Wonders of the ancient world
Ancient wonders include:
- The Pyramid of Giza.
- Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
- Statue of Zeus.
- Artemis structure.
- Rhodes Clarity.
- The Mausoleus Mausoleum.
- Lighthouse of Alexandria.