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Written by Kajani Shivam on November 16, 2022 Share on

Wanderlust: A Journey to the 7 Wonders of the World

Have you ever thought about how wonderful will it be to visit all the 7 wonders of the world? Feels Phenomenal right? When the time does not wait for anyone, who are you waiting for? Common folks, its time to take a trip to the seven wonders of the world. There aren’t enough superlatives to describe the 7 wonders as each one is unique and will make you speechless the moment you witness the Wonders. Let’s take a minute and view the iconic new 7 wonders of the world.

The new 7 Wonders of the World- Get ready to feel the goosebumps

1. The Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China
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The first thing that pops your mind when you hear the word “China” it flashes the images of some famous personalities such as Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, Jack Ma, the whole Kung-fu movies come in a flash and yes, something strikes your mind more than them? Well, that’s The Great Wall of China, the incredibly impressive structure which will make you in awe the moment you witness this beauty. Wan Li Chang Cheng is the Chinese name of the Great Wall of China which literally means “the long wall of 10,000 miles”. Instead of being one long unbroken wall, the structure took parts on various diverse segments. The wall was used to protect China from invaders from the north and is now one of the 7 World wonders of the world which attracts millions of tourist.

2. Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza- 7 Wonders of the world
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This marvellous site represents the important portion of the Mauryan history. You can walk among the ruins of the city and still be wondering about what are they created. Chichen Itza is one of the most visited archaeological sites in Mexico and is one of the 7 wonders of the world which will make you wonder seeing its massive architecture built by the Maya people. The people have left the incredible stonework artistry to the modern world which is inspiring.

3. The Colosseum of Rome

The Colosseum of Rome
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The Roman Colosseum is one of the best creations of the Roman’s. This 21-century old monument is the largest amphitheatre in the world and an absolute treat to our eyes which will remain forever in our memories. It has a capacity to accommodate 50,000 people who used to spectate the gladiator combats. The Colosseum had underground complexes known as hypogeum which caged the gladiator warriors and animals. Even though two-thirds of the original was destroyed, this structure still stands as the most loved Roman structure and impresses people till date for its impressive structure.

4. The Rose City of Petra

The Rose City of Petra
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The Rose City of Petra is an ancient city in Jordan carved into red rocks of Petra and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The moment you see the city, you will have a question popping as if the city was carved from a dream. It is such a beauty known for its rock-cut architecture. The pink rocks will add more beauty to its construction. You will find temples, tombs, amphitheatre all the way when you explore the streets. This place flourished as an important trade centre, especially for spices. The “Rose City” reflects the authentic Greek architecture that attracts millions of travellers across the world.

5. Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu -7 Wonders of the world
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Machu Picchu is definitely one of the worlds impressive sights that everyone should at least see once in their lifetime. Perched high on the Andes Mountain of 2,430 metres above the sea level and structured of limestones. Machu Pichu is a perfect example for the Inca’s engineering feast. This renowned structure of the Inca Civilization is extremely famous for its dry-stone walls and the breathtaking site and they were also home to some creepiest catacombs. This beautifully constructed Machu Picchu in Peru never fails to attract millions of visitors to admire its beauty. There is no wonder that this astonishing place had topped the 7 World wonders list.

6. Christ the Redeemer

Christ the Redeemer
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This art deco statue of Jesus Christ is a symbol of Christianity around the world and remains as an iconic landmark of Brazil and Rio. This statue is 30 metres tall and 28 metres wide. Located at top of the 700 metres tall Corcovado mountain in Tijuca Forest National Park, which is watching over the city of Rio de Janeiro. Christ the Redeemer statue never fails to give a heavenly feeling to the visitors.

7. Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal- 7 Wonders of the world
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And here, we have come to the final wonder among the 7 Wonders of the world. Taj Mahal is undoubtedly one of the best monuments in the world and the pride of India. Built by the Mughal king, Shah Jahan for his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, It is one of the historical places in India you should visit. Most importantly this structure stands as an epitome of love. It took about 22 years and 20,000 workers to construct Taj Mahal, which includes an immense garden with a reflecting pool. The mausoleum is full of white marble that displays semiprecious stones in a geometric & floral pattern of shapes. Taj Mahal always remains as a symbol of love and a universally admired masterpiece.

Wasn’t that an amazing 7 Wonders of the world!

Each of them is impressive and mindblowing in their own ways. One thing was clear among all the 7 wonders, they were amazingly carved and constructed in such a fascinating way. Well, that’s why they are the 7 Wonders of the world. It is truly a blessing to witness all the wonders and its time to take the blessing. When all these wonders were beautifully created beyond all the struggles, a trip to visit all these World Wonders shouldn’t be a struggle at all.

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