Great Wall of China It's not a single continuous wall but a series of walls and fortifications built across centuries by various Chinese dynasties. - Contrary to popular belief, the Great Wall cannot be seen from space with the naked eye.

Petra, Jordan Petra was an important center for trade and commerce in ancient times, serving as a hub for the spice and silk trade routes. - The city is renowned for its rock-cut architecture, including its iconic Treasury building carved into the sandstone cliffs.

Christ the Redeemer, Brazil The statue stands 98 feet tall, with its arms stretching 92 feet wide. - Constructed between 1922 and 1931, it was designed by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa and sculpted by French-Polish sculptor Paul Landowski.

Machu Picchu, Peru 

It was abandoned during the Spanish conquest and remained hidden from the outside world until its rediscovery by American historian Hiram Bingham in 1911.

Chichen Itza, Mexico 

El Castillo, the central pyramid at Chichen Itza, demonstrates advanced astronomical knowledge. During the spring and autumn equinoxes, the setting sun casts a shadow on the pyramid, creating the illusion of a serpent descending the staircase.

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Roman Colosseum, Italy**: - Also known as the Flavian Amphitheater, the Colosseum could hold up to 80,000 spectators and was used for gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, and other events. - It was built using travertine limestone and concrete, and its construction was completed in AD 80.

The Taj Mahal was constructed over a period of 22 years, employing thousands of artisans and craftsmen from across the Mughal Empire. - It's considered a masterpiece of Mughal architecture, blending elements from Persian, Islamic, Indian, and Turkish architectural styles.

Taj  Mahal, India 

By- Umme Aiman