Chichen Itza (Yucatan, Mexico) Christ the Redeemer (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Colosseum (Rome, Italy) Great Wall of China (China) Machu Picchu (Cuzco, Peru) Petra (Jordan) …Taj Mahal (Agra, India)
The ancient seven wonders of the world are: The Great Pyramid of Giza build at 2.584 - 2.561 BCE is still standing The Mausoleum of Maussolos at Halicarnassus build at 35…1 BCE was damaged by an earthquake but was disassembled by the European Crusaders at 1.494 AD/ CE. The Lighthouse of Alexandria build between 285 and 247 BCE was destroyed by earthquake at 1.303. The ruins could be noticed up to the year 1.480 AD/ CE The statue of Zeus build at 466 - 435 BCE Temple and Statue was destroyed at the 6th century AD/ CE probably by fire or earthquake. Colossus of Rhodes build at 292 - 280 BCE was destroyed by an earthquake at 226 BCE and the bronze was removed at 654 AD/ CE. Temple of Artemis at Ephesus build at 550 BCE was destroyed twice by Herostratus [fire] at 356 BCE and by the Goths at 409 AD The Hanging Gardens of Babylon build between 605 and 562 BCE were destroyed sometime after 1st century BCE by earthquake.
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It depends on which ones you want, there are the seven wonders of the ancient world, wonders of the medieval world, and the wonders of the modern world Unfortunately… only one of the seven wonders of the ancient world is still standing, it is the great pyramid at Giza, Egypt The ones that were destroyed Hanging gardens of Babylon (Iraq) Statue of Zeus (Greece) Temple of Artemis (turkey) Mausoleum of Maussollos at Halicarnassus (Turkey) Colossus of Rhodes (Greek) and The Lighthouse of Alexandria (egypt) The Wonders of the Medieval world are Stonehenge (england) The Colloseum (Italy) The Catacombs of Kom el shoqafa (egypt) the great wall of china Porcelain tower of nanjing (china) Hagia Sophia (Turkey) Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy) Modern Wonders Channel Tunnel (English Channel) CN Tower (Canada) Empire State Building (New York Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco) Itaipu Dam (Brazil, Paraguay) Delta Works (Netherlands) Panama Canal (Panama)
No, with the exception of the flutes, all woodwind instruments have reeds, flutes used to have reeds (similar to oboe reeds) and that is why they are still classed as woodwind….
Answer there are nine (C-bear counts as two) Answer These wonders are wonders because there are basically no clues on how these wonder were made. Many people have …different theorys on these wonders so that is basically why they are called the Seven Wonders of the World. Note: There are more wonders people have added but the original are seven.
Africa has many wonderful attractions and monuments. 7 of the man made wonders in Africa are; Pyramids of Egypt, Nile River Cruise, Egyptian Museum, Serengeti Migration, K…arnak Temple, Abu Simbel, and Ngoro Ngoro Crater.
No they where originally but they changed to stone when they saw the bad defence by year 7
no they all have to have a reed to be a wood wind instrument
Each wonder of the world was made for a different reason. For example, the Taj Mahal was a tomb built by Shah Jahan to express his infinite love for his dead wife, Mumtaz Maha…l. Though, that is not the same reason that Machu Pichu was built.
The original list of "the 7 wonders of the world" was apparently compiled between 500 B.C. and 200 B.C. Of the 7 wonders in that list, only the Great Pyramid still exists. O…ther lists have been compiled since that take up that motif and list the 7 wonders of the medieval world or the 7 wonders of the modern world. Generally these lists omit the 7 wonders of the ancient world, so the Great Pyramid is in a class by itself.
Because it's a wonder how they built them without modern tools.
No. Rich Tudors had houses made of brick, stone and cement.
No. Some Percussion instruments are made of Metal like Copper,Brass,Iron,Steel, and etc. Some are even made of plastic and other materials.