10.Sydney Opera House, Australia

The Sydney Opera House is the situated on Bennelong Point (originally called the name of Cattle Point), a promontory on a south side of the ship harbour just east of the Sydney Harbour’s Bridge. It was named for the Bennelong, one of the two Aboriginal people (the other man was named the Colebee) who served as liaisons between the Australia’s first British settlers and a local population.

In the year of 1821 Fort Macquarie was built there (razed 1902). In the year of 1947 the resident conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Eugene Goossens, identified the need of the Australia’s leading city for a musical facility that  a would be a home not only to the symphony of  orchestra but also to opera and chamber music groups.

9.Golden Gate Bridge, California

In California, the Bridge of Golden Gate is an the iconic structure connecting the city of the San Francisco to Marin County. It is the spans of the almost two miles across the Golden Gate, the narrow strait where an the San Francisco Bay opens to meet the Pacific Ocean.

The dream of connecting San Francisco to the its northern neighbors became the reality of when construction commenced in the year of 1933. The Golden Gate Bridge, opened to the public in 1937, has endured as a picture-perfect landmark and an the engineering marvel.

8.Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge is a perhaps that the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. It was built of several stages and many methods may used: the first monument was the early henge of the monument, it built about nearly 5,000 years ago, and the unique stone of circle was erected in the late Neolithic period about the years of 2500 BC. In the early of the Bronze Age is many burial mounds a were built nearby location.

Today, it together with Avebury, Stonehenge is a forms of the heart of a World Heritage Site, with the unique concentration of the prehistoric monuments.

7.Big Ben, England

The Big Ben tower clock is the most famous for its accuracy and for its unique massive bell. Strictly to the speaking the name refers to only the great hour bell, which is the weighs of  15.1 tons (13.7 metric tons), but it is commonly associated with a whole clock tower at the northern end of the Houses of Parliament of the city.

The tower itself was formally known as the name of the St. Stephen’s Tower until the year of 2012, when it was renamed as the Elizabeth Tower on the occasion of the Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, to celebrating 60 years on the British throne year.

6.Colosseum, Rome

It was also called Flavian Amphitheatre, the giant amphitheatre built was located in the city of Rome under the Flavian emperors. The Construction of the Colosseum was begun in the  sometime between the CE of 70 and 72 CE during the reign of the Vespasian.

It is located in the east of the Palatine long Hills area, on the grounds of the what was a  Nero’s Golden House. The artificial lake was that the centrepiece of that palace complex was drained too, and the Colosseum was sited as there, a decision was that the much symbolic as it was near practical.

5.Eiffel Tower, Paris

The Eiffel tower is plan to build a tower as the height of 300 metres was conceived as the part of the preparations for the World’s Fair in1889. The assembly of the supports began on the date of July 1, 1887 and was completed the twenty-two months later.

Each of the Tower’s 18,000 pieces used to construct in the Tower were the specifically designed and to calculated, traced out to the accuracy of the tenth of the millimetre and then they put together for forming new pieces around five metres to the each pieces.

There is the wager was to the main study of the possibility of the erecting is an iron tower on the Champ-de-Mars with the square base of 125 metres across and the height of 300 metres tall.

4.Taj Mahal, India

The Taj Mahal was covering an area of aprrox the 42 Acres, there the construction of the Taj Mahal was begun in the year of 1631 and it took a long years up to 17 years before it was completed in the year of 1648. It was an constructed by using the white marble obtained from Makrana in the city of Rajasthan.

Over the workers of 20,000 people from all over the Indian and Central Asia workers are worked on this striking building construction. The Taj Mahal was built by the Shah Jahan for his loved wife of Mumtaz Mahal, who died while giving his birth to their 14th child in the year of 1631.

3.Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

Giza is the great pyramid is defining the symbol of Egypt and it is the last of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World now. It is located on the City of Giza plateau near the modern city of the Cairo and it was built over the years of twenty-year period during the reign of the king Khufu reign (2589-2566 BCE, also known as Cheops) of the DY in the 4th Dynasty.

Until the popular Eiffel Tower was completed in Paris in the year of 1889 CE, in the Great Pyramid was the tallest structure ever made by human hands in the entire world. it was the record it held if for a over 3,000 years and it one unlikely to be broken. The pyramid height is  rises to a height of 479 ft (Aprox 146 metres) with the base of 754 ft (Aprox 230 metres) and is comprised the over two million blocks of only stone.

2.Great Wall of China

The China’s Great Wall is the wall of that covers much of the northern China’s Border. The length of the Great Wall was built by in the Ming Dynasty is around range of 5,500 miles (8851.3 kilometre) long. The total length of it comes to the range of 13,171 miles long! No wonder we call this as a Great Wall.

It was so estimated that the millions of people worked on the great was build process and the wall over the course of the years over 1000 years. Some of the current scientists they think that up to 1 million peoples are died while a building the wall.

The Wall height & width are varies over its length. And there are current wall built by a Ming Dynasty averages the over 33 feet tall and the wide of15 ft.

1.Statue of Liberty, New York, United States

The great Lady Liberty founded her home in a waters of New York Bay on the Island of Liberty Island in the year of 1886, and it quickly became an international beacon of the hope of the more than 9 million immigrants in the 19th CE.

The iron interior that would be the enormous of the weight of 450,000 pounds (Aprox 200,000 kilograms) It is the while still the allowing the weight of 100 US tons of exterior the copper to move its independently. The United States was the responsible for the building and the funding of the 89-ft (Aprox 27-meter) and the stone pedestal, it while France was the focused on the statue of itself, as well as shipping of the sculpture in the 350 pieces across an Atlantic Ocean.

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