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1.PETRA

Patra (Patra means: rock) is a historic and archaeological town in the Maine’s Jordanian administration, which is famous for
its dredging, architecture and water detergents. The 6th century is located in the form of the Nebatanian capital near the BC, it is the sign of Jordan and its most visited tourist attraction is.It is located in the mountainous region of Mount Huro in the mountainous terrain, which forms the eastern facade of Arabah (Vadi Araba), the valley of Dead Sea to the Gulf of  Aqaba. Patra has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.

2. MACHU PICCHU

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The ruins of Machhi Pichu, Yale, archaeologist, once again discovered in 1911 by Hiram Binjam, is one of the world’s most beautiful and mysterious ancient places. Although the Inca used the top of the Indian Mountains (9060 feet height), but many stories and mythology indicate that the Machu Picchu (in the Quechua language, ‘Making old pockets, building hundreds of stone structures from the beginning of the 1400s ‘) Was considered to be sacred place very long ago. Whatever its origins,
the Inca turned the site into a small (5 square miles) but extraordinary city. Invisible from below and completely self-contained, surrounded by agricultural terraces sufficient to feed the population, and watered by natural springs, Machu Picchu seems to have been utilized by the Inca as a secret ceremonial city.



3.THE GREAT PYRAMID OF GIZA

Giza’s Pyramids are the only living movements in the world, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the modern world. They are the oldest sacred sites in our index and are certainly the most effective. Although it is clear that the Pyramid was used to bury the pyramids, the construction, date and possible contrivance of the Giza pyramid still is not fully
understood.This mystery only increases the attractiveness of these ancient astrologers and many modern people still consider Gija as a spiritual place. Many interesting principles have been presented to explain the “mystery of the pyramid”, one of which is summarized below.

4.STONEHENGE

Stonhaus is a heritage monument located in Wiltshire’s English county, 2.0 miles (3.2 km) west of Amasbury and 13 miles (13 kilometers) north of Salisbury. In the world, Stonzgge is a star-studded stone starred in the world, with many sleepy tomb in England, at the center of the tallest complex of neolithic and bronze age monuments.

 

 

5. PERSEPOLIS

There are many memorials for 450 to 300 meters (1,480 acres, 1,000 feet) on the roof of a large artificial stone in Persepolis. A double staircase, there are wide and high steps for horse climbing, from lower grounds to top of the terrace. On the steps of the stairs, tourists crossed the door of Xerx’s, a gatehouse with heavycarved stone bulls.

 



6.POTALA PALACE

Potala Palace, Lasha, Tibet Old Place Palace Palace was built in the 7th century. At that time, Xantu King (Shijhan Jenpu) established Tufan rule in Tibet, Lahsa was its capital, the ruler of China’s kingdom, sent Princess Wenchen to meet Zampu King. Zampu King decided to “build a city to show splendor”, then started the Pottal Palace on Red Hill.

 

 

7. ALHAMBRA

Alberta in Grenada is much more than architecture and history, it is a great feeling. From this moment you start climbing on a small hill, which is to show us that I want to see the sky on the door or our last resting place, our bodies are attacking with new emotions and feelings.It is likely that many of us who are interested in alihaaba have seen its beautiful pictures, but when you are approaching, the magnificence of its physical aspect to combine the atmosphere of deep grenadine with originality is excellent.

8.ACROPOLIS

Acropolis means “high city” in Greek, literally city on the extremity and is usually translated into English as Citadel.For purposes of defense, early people naturally chose elevated ground to build a new settlement, frequently a hill with precipitous sides. In many parts of the world, these early citadels became the nuclei of large cities, which grew up on the surrounding lower ground, such as modern Rome.

 

9.CHRIST THE REDEEMER

Christ the Redeemer (Portuguese: Cristo Redentor) is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world and the 5th largest statue of Jesus in the world.A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil. It is made of reinforced concrete and soapstone, and was constructed
between 1922 and 1931.

 

10.COLOSSEUM

Colossaeum is probably the most famous guide to Rome. 1 century AD Built in, this great amphitheater could seat 45,000 spectators and was the largest Roman monopoly in the world.It gave the gladiatorial battle, spectacles with wild animals and possibly the death of the early Christians. During the Middle Ages, the Colosseum was considered to be a place of martyrdom

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