1- The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt situated near Al-Jizah, are a popular site in Egypt.
This archeological site is located on the west bank of Nile river.
The Great Pyramids
2- The statute of Liberty is closer to New Jersey than New york and, in fact,
resides in New Jersey’s water. However, it has been established as part of the 8th Congressional district of New York according to the U.S. Geological survey. New Jersey has never claimed rights to the Island.
The Statute Of Liberty
3- The Taj Mahal is located in Agra, in the north side of the Indian province Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the river Yamuna in Agra.
The Taj Mahal is an integrated complex of structures that include a white marble mausoleum containing the tombs of the Mughal emperor Shah Jhan (1592 – 1666) and his third wife Mumtaz Mahal (1593 – 1631).
The Taj Mahal
4- The Leaning Tower Of Pisa is a free standing bell tower of the cathedral of Pisa in Italy. The Tower is located behind the cathedral and is said to be the third oldest structure in Pisa.
The Leaning Tower Of Pisa
5- The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris, France. Built in 1889, it was meant to be a temporary exhibit. However, the landmark was not torn down as
and has become an iconic part of the Parisian landscape.
It was built to mark the 100-year anniversary of French revolution and it was the tallest building in the world from its completion in 1889 – 1930.
The Eiffel Tower
6- The Great Wall Of China begins in the Hebei province in Shanhaiguan in the east ends in the Gansu province at Jiayuguan in the west.
The name ” The Great Wall Of China ” is a European appellation. The Chinese call the wall the ” Long Wall Of Ten Thousands Li “. The Wall includes watch tower, shelters, fortresses and horse tracks. It is the symbol of security and safety.
The Great Wall
7- Christ Redeemer is located on Corcovado peak (710 m – 2329 ft) in the southern part of Rio De Janeiro.
In 1921, the Catholic circle of Rio began to collect signatures and donations for a privately-funded Christian monument . Various designs were consider, including a large cross and a statute of Christ holding a globe, but ultimately an image of Christ with his arms wide open was choosen.
Construction began in 1922. After nine years and a cost of $250,000, the statute opened to the public on October 12, 1931.
Christ The Redeemer