The seven wonders of ancient times

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The seven wonders of ancient times

The phrase “Seven Wonders of the World” indicates that there are wonderful structures and buildings that were built by humans, they are man-made wonders, and those buildings were in the foot attracted the attention of Greek tourists, and several books have been written that remind them and talk about their magnificence, and their impact on people But of these wonders, what remains to this day, and some of which have disappeared, and in our present time the number of the wonders of the world is no longer seven, but has become increasing year after year, and century by century, and our conversation will focus here on the seven ancient wonders, which were called that phrase.

The Great Pyramid of Giza

It was built by the Pharaohs, in the year two thousand five hundred and eighty-four B.C., and it is still present, and is located in the Giza region, in the Arab state of Egypt, and is known as Khufu, and it is the only wonder that has survived among the seven wonders of the ancient world, which was built by King Khufu, In commemoration of his father’s memory, where the pyramid is considered a tomb for King Senefru, the father of King Khufu, and the height of the cat is within a hundred and forty-eight meters, and King Khufu considered himself to be the “god Ra” located on the surface of the earth.

Hanging Gardens of Babylon

And it was built by the Chaldeans, in the year six hundred B.C.

Temple of Artemis

It was built by the Yuans, as well as the Lydians, in the year five hundred and fifty BC. It is located in the Izmir region of the State of Turkey, and it no longer exists; it was burned in the year three hundred and fifty-six B.C., and then the Goths destroyed it in the year two hundred and sixty two AD.

Statue of Zeus

And built by the Greeks, where the temple was built in the year four hundred and sixty-six, then in the year four hundred and thirty-five the statue was placed, and is located in the Olympia region, in the state of Greece, and it does not exist until now because it was exposed to rivers, as a result of the flood in the sixth century AD.

Mausolus Mausoleum

It was built by Carians and Greeks, in the year three hundred and fifty-one B.C.

Rhodes Statue

It was built by the Greeks, in the year two hundred and ninety two BC, and it is located in the Rhodes region in the state of Greece, and it is no longer present because it was exposed to the earthquake on the date of two hundred and twenty six BC.

Lighthouse of Alexandria

And built by the Ptolemies and the Greeks, in the year two hundred and eighty B.C.

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