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Las siete maravillas del mundo

Las siete maravillas del mundo

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The Great Wall.

From Paris to London

Egypt. Giza Pyramids aerial view

China, Mu Tian Yu, The Great Wall of China, bright red sky and distant moon

Hadrian's Wall, Northumberland, UK which the Romans started building in AD 122. Photograph by Roger Clegg

Great wall of China

A closer view of St. George church in Lalibela. (Giustino Taken/Wikimedia Common PS: carved out of volcanic rock

The belowground church of St. George in Lalibela, Ethiopia. (Julien Demade/Wikimedia Commons)

The list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is the earliest known list of the most remarkable man made creations of classical antiquity,...

The Imperial City (Vietnamese: Kinh thành Huế) in Huế is a walled fortress and palace in the former capital of Vietnam. The city was made a UNESCO site in 1993. The buildings that still remain are being restored and preserved. The latest and so far the largest restoration project is planned to conclude in 2015

The main building of Wat Xieng Thong - Luang Prabang, Laos. (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Jardines colgantes de Babilonia

Las 7 Maravillas del Mundo Antiguo

Jardines de Sabatini - Madrid

Los Jardines Orientales: China

jardines flotantes de babilonia

Constructed between the fifth century B.C. and the 16th century, the Great Wall is the world's longest human-made structure, stretching some 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers). The best known section was built around 200 B.C. by the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang Di

Great Pyramid of Giza

The 105-foot-tall (38-meter-tall) "Christ the Redeemer" statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was among the "new seven wonders of the world" announced July 7 following a global poll to decide a new list of human-made marvels

Taj Mahal

Construction began around A.D. 70 under Emperor Vespasian. Modern sports stadiums still resemble the Colosseum's famous design

The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India, is the spectacular mausoleum built by Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan to honor the memory of his beloved late wife, Mumtaz Mahal

Petra is famous for its many stone structures such as a 138-foot-tall (42-meter-tall) temple carved with classical facades into rose-colored rock. The ancient city also included tunnels, water chambers, and an amphitheater, which held 4,000 people.

The ruined city is among the best known remnants of the Inca civilization, which flourished in the Andes region of western South America. The city is thought to have been abandoned following an outbreak of deadly smallpox, a disease introduced in the 1500s by invading Spanish forces

The Great Pyramid is the largest of three Pyramids at Giza, bordering modern-day Cairo. Although weathering has caused the structure to stand a few feet shorter today, the pyramid was about 480 feet (145 meters) high when it was first built. It is thought to have been the planet's tallest human-made structure for more than four millennia

Chichén Itzá is possibly the most famous temple city of the Mayas, a pre-Columbian civilization that lived in present day Central America. It was the political and religious center of Maya civilization during the period from A.D. 750 to 1200.

In contrast to the pyramids, the colossus was the shortest lived of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Completed in 282 B.C. after taking 12 years to build, the Colossus of Rhodes was felled by an earthquake that snapped the statue off at the knees a mere 56 years later