At number seven and situated somewhere in Urumbamba Valley in Peru is Machu Picchu. The antique site is believed to have been constructed by the Inca tribe just before the arrival of Columbian. The place acted at as a sit of power for the Inca rulers for approximately 100 years. When Inca rule fell, the place was abandoned and remained dormant until 1911. There is however conflicting documented history reports that show the site was rediscovered in 1847.
At number nine and renowned world over is Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal was constructed as a monument of eternal love by the Emperor Shah Jahan Taj Mahal for his dearly departed wife. It is located somewhere in Agra, India and has been named as part of the eight wonders of the world. Many visitors to India visit the Taj Mahal to just see what the emperor had to build in memory of his wife. No doubt that it is a significant part of history. The architectural design is just but amazing as it makes use of Persian, Indian as well as Islamic architecture in its design.
At number nine is the Great Wall of China. It is still amazing how it is the only footprint of the earth that can be viewed from the moon. The great wall comprises of sets of wall located along the north part of China. Its main purpose was to safeguard the country from external invasion. It is believed that the wall was approximately 5,500 miles long.
What cities does the Great Wall of China go through?
Zigzagging 21,196 kilometers (13,170 miles) from Jiayuguan Pass in the west to Hushan Mountain in Liaoning in the east, the wall crosses over ten provinces and cities, including Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Hebei,Beijing, Tianjin, and Liaoning.
@Recently Active Users At number ten and definitely not the least is Giza Pyramid Complex located in Cairo Egypt. It forms part of the Seven Wonders of the World and attracts millions of visitors worldwide each year.