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What architectural wonders of the world have you been to?

2018-05-14 20:48:45

In the history of human development thousands of years ago, all the accumulation of knowledge, projected the incomparable "light of civilization", illuminated the most magical creativity of human beings, so that people will continue to move forward with pride.

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Petra, Jordan

Petra is located in Jordan, hidden in a narrow canyon bordering the Dead Sea and the Akaba Strait. It was an important trade route in ancient times and was the capital of the country of Edom. Many monuments have been invented since 1812, most of them carved into the rock face of a secluded valley. Become one of the key cities of Jordan's tourism industry.

Christ Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Christ Statue of Rio de Janeiro is a large Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ, which is located on the top of the 710-meter-high Cocovado Hill in the National Forest Park of Rio de Janeiro, overlooking the entire city of Rio de Janeiro. Jesus welcomes visitors from all over the world with open arms, which is the meaning of the warm broadmindedness of the Brazilian people, foreshadowing and approving of independence.

Ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru

Known as the "Lost City" of the Inca Empire, Machu Picchu sits 2,400 meters above sea level on a steep and narrow ridge between the most inaccessible peaks of the Andes, the peaks of Old and young. In the Inca language, Machu Picchu means "ancient mountain top".

Pyramid of Cuculcan, Mexico

It is a plateau culture in the pre-classical period of Maya culture, and is one of the important cultural sites. A set of steps on the north side wall will form a curved seven-section isosceles triangle under the sunlight, together with the snake head carved at the bottom, like a giant snake swimming from the top of the tower to the earth, symbolizing the quetzal god waking up in the spring equinox and climbing out of the temple.

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy

The Colosseum was a place in the ancient Roman Empire for slave owners, aristocrats and frees to watch the fight of beasts or slave gladiators, the Colosseum is one of the landmark buildings of the ancient Roman Empire, built on the site of another Roman emperor Nero's "Golden Palace", which was destroyed in the Great Fire of Rome in 64.

The Taj Mahal in India

Taj Mahal is the great mausoleum mosque built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved concubine. It is built with pure white stone, inlaid with glass and agate, and has high artistic value. It is the most perfect treasure of Indian Muslim art and one of the classic structures in World Heritage.