1. Statue of
The Statue of Liberty was given to the
3. The Great Pyramid (
The Great Pyramid was built on the west bank of the
labourers worked thereafter for 20 years to complete the pyramid, which contains the king’s tomb.
4. Great Wall Of China (
The Great Wall of China, just like a gigantic dargon, winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains, and plateaus stretching approximately 6,700 kms (4,163 miles) from east to west of China. With a history of more than 2000 years, some of the sections of the great wall are now in ruins or even entirely disappeared. However, it is still one of the most appealing attractions all around the world owing to its architectural grandeur and historical significance.
The tower is 300 meters tall. not including the 24 meters televisions antenna on top, and weighs 10,100 tonnes. It was the world’s tallest structure for 40 years. According to the official website for the tower, the summit is reached by 1,665 steps and not, as popularly believed, by 1,792 steps ( the same as the year of the
6. Taj Mahal (
Taj Mahal stands on the bank of River Yamuna, which otherwise serves as a wide moat defending the Great Red Fort of Agra. It was built by the fifith Mughal emperor , Shah Jahan, in 1631 in memory of his second wife , Mumtaz Mahal, a Pesian princess. She died while accompany her husband in Burhanpur in a campaign to crush a rebellion after giving birth to their 14th child.