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Wonders Of The World Made By Humans That You Don't Want To Miss - Part 1

Besides the wonders of the world created by the miraculous hands of mother nature, there are many world wonders created by humans. These are the wonders that everyone wants to see once in their life. Which of the wonders on our list do you know? Let's see what these wonders are!

Statue of Christ the Redeemer, Brazil

The statue of Christ the Redeemer, with a height of 38 meters, stands on the top of Mount Corcovado in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The statue is made of reinforced concrete, stone powder and was built in 1931 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Brazil's independence.

This is the most famous statue of Jesus and also the largest Art Deco structure in the world. With outstretched arms as if to embrace the whole city of Rio de Janeiro, the statue has become a symbol of Christianity around the world, as well as a symbol of peace and hospitality of the Brazilian people.

If you have the opportunity to visit Brazil, do not forget to visit the city of Rio de Janeiro to be able to witness this wonderful statue. Remember to use our Brazil travel deals to enjoy better prices on travel services.

 The Great Wall, China

The Great Wall of China located along the northern border of China is considered one of the new seven wonders of the world. This is the longest man-made structure in the world with an estimated length of 8,850 km. This building was built around the 5th century BC.

The most famous part of the Great Wall is the part built by the first Emperor of China - Qin Shi Huang’s order. It was a series of fortresses built to protect China from attacks by the Xiongnu, Mongols, Turks, and other nomadic tribes. This structure is so large that it can be seen from outer space.

The Taj Mahal temple, India

The Taj Mahal temple was built in memory of the Mughal king Shah Jahan’s beloved wife - Mumtaz Mahal. The construction began in 1632 and took about 15 years to complete. It is considered a symbol of undying love between Emperor Shah Jahan and Queen Mumtaz Mahal.

 

The Taj Mahal is considered the epitome of Mughal architecture and is recognized as the jewel of Islamic art in India. It is one of the most famous structures in the world and it is also a symbol of India's history. The temple consists of 4 towers, each tower has 13 floors. After being deposed from the throne, the king spent the rest of his life just looking at the Taj Mahal from a window. Every year, the Taj Mahal attracts more than 3 million visitors. In 2007, this temple was declared one of the top 10 wonders of the world.

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