Himanshi singh Nov 24 , 2022
1. Hanging Gardens Of Babylon 2. Statue Of Zeus At Olympia 3. Mausoleum At Halicarnassus 4. Temple Of Artemis 5. Lighthouse Of Alexandria 6. Colossus Of Rhodes 7. The Great Pyramid Of Giz
Claimed to have been constructed by the Babylonians near the Euphrates River in what we now know as Iraq,
Built by Greek sculptor Phidias in 435 BCE, it stood for eight centuries, until Christian priests closed the temple during the fourth century CE.
The Mausoleum of Mausolus at Halicarnassus was a tomb built for Mausolus, the satrap, or governor, of a Persian territory which lies in the western part of modern Turkey.
The construction of the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus was started by Croesus of Lydia and took 120 years to build. Built in Ephesus, a Greek city in what is now Turkey
Ptolemaic Kingdom in Hellenistic Egypt, and designed by Greek architect Sostratos, it was used to help guide ships in and out of the Nile River harbor. During his invasion of Egypt,
A giant statue of the Greek titan-god Helios, the Colossus of Rhodes, stood approximately the same size as the Statue of Liberty in New York
The only wonder to survive until modern times, the Great Pyramid of Giza was built around 2650 - 2500 BCE by the Ancient Egyptians, as one of a series of royal tombs.
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