New 7 Wonders of The World – No. 3 Statue of Christ the Redeemer

Christ the Redeemer is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. And was considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world from 1931 until 2010 when it was topped by the Christ the King statue in Poland. It is 98 ft tall, not including its 26 ft pedestal, and its arms stretch 92 ft wide. It weighs 625 long, 700 short tons, and is located at the peak of the 2,300 ft Corcovado Mountain in the Tijuca Forest National Park overlooking the city. A symbol of Brazilian Christianity, the statue has become an icon for Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.

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Here are some interesting facts about “Brazil statue of Christ the Redeemer”

1) The concept behind the statue was very first proposed in the middle of the 1850’s when a Catholic Priest by the name of Pedro Maria Boss requested money to construct a religious monument inside the city. And was dismissed so the monument wasn’t developed. In 1921 a monument was proposed once again by the Catholic Circle of Rio. They appealed to the public for support and donations to have something developed to represent the religious strength in Brazil.

2) Christ the Redeemer statue is a globally recognized symbol for peace. This wonderful statue took nine years for it to be finished, and is made from reinforced concrete and the outside is made of soapstone. These components were chosen for the Rio de Janeiro statue on account of their durable qualities and how easy they are to work with.

3) The overall design and style of the statue was produced by a French sculptor. The general cost of the statue was the equivalent of $250,000 today. In 1980 Pope John Paul II was scheduled to visit the Rio de Janeiro statue and major restoration was undertaken. In 2003 escalators and elevators were developed in order for people to get access to the viewing platform without being so complicated to get a great view.

4) In 2008 very strong lightning struck the monument creating damage to the fingers, eyebrows and head. Work was started to restore these issues with the statue, and some of the soapstone was removed and replaced. The lightning rods also had to be repaired as a result of the lightning damage. The last restoration in 2010 concentrated on preserving the interior of Cristo Redentor. All of the stone that was used in the restoration was taken away from the quarry that the original pieces had been from. An amazing lighting system was also set up to light up the base from the monument, which is a great addition.

5) In 2010 a senseless vandal spray painted the Rio de Janeiro statue. The mayor declared it a crime against the nation, and a reward was offered to catch the vandal. Cristo Redentor was voted as one of the New Wonders Of The World in 2007, and has been seen in a lot of films and documentaries for many years. At 38 meters tall and weighing 1.145 tonnes there is no doubt that this breathtaking monument is among the most remarkable man-made structures on earth.

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FIFA Football World Cup 2014

The FIFA World Cup 2014 will be 20th World Cup. It is an international men’s football tournament that is scheduled in Brazil this year. This is the second time that Brazil has hosted the competition. The total 31 countries advanced through competitions that began in June 2011 to participate with the host nation Brazil. Total 64 matches are to be played in 12 cities across Brazil in either new or redeveloped stadiums, with the tournament beginning with a group stage. For the first time at a World Cup Finals, the matches will use goal-line technology. This method is used to determine when the ball has completely crossed the goal line with electronic devices and at the same time it shows the result to the referee in awarding a goal or not. After testing several systems over two years, FIFA awarded German company GoalControl GmbH the contract to provide GLT technology for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

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There are 32 countries, and these countries divided in to 8 groups are:
Group A: – BRAZIL, CROATIA, MEXICO, CAMEROON
Group B: – SPAIN, NETHERLANDS, CHILE, AUSTRALIA
Group C: – COLOMBIA, GREECE, CÔTE D’IVOIRE, JAPAN
Group D: – URUGUAY, COSTA RICA, ENGLAND, ITALY
Group E: – SWITZERLAND, ECUADOR, FRANCE, HONDURAS
Group F: – ARGENTINA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, IRAN, NIGERIA
Group G: – GERMANY, PORTUGAL, GHANA, USA
Group H: – BELGIUM, ALGERIA, RUSSIA, KOREA REPUBLIC


Games are to be played at 12 stadiums in 12 cities of Brazil and these are Arena De Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo, Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte, Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza, Estadio Do Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Estadio Nacional in Brasilia, Arena Pernambuco in Recife, Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Estadio Pantanal in Cuiaba, Estadio Da Baixada in Curitiba, Estadio Amazonia in Manaus, Estadio Das Dunas in Natal and Estadio Beira-Rio in Porto Alegre.

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Father’s Day Celebration

Father’s Day is celebrated in the honor of fathers for their fatherhood, paternal bonds and the influence of fathers in the society. Father’s Day is celebrated every third Sunday of June in many countries. Its origin may lie in a memorial service held for a large group of men, many of them were fathers, who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah, West Virginia in 1907.

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History:-

A woman called Sonora Smart Dodd was an influential figure in the establishment of Father’s Day. Her father raised six children by himself after the death of their mother. This was uncommon at that time. Sonora was inspired by the work of Anna Jarvis, who had pushed for Mother’s Day celebrations. Sonora felt that her father deserved recognition for what he had done. The first time Father’s Day was held in June was in 1910. Father’s Day was officially recognized as a holiday in 1972 by President Nixon.

Celebration:-

Father’s Day is an occasion to celebrate the contribution that your own father has made to your life. Wondering what to gift your dad on Father’s Day?

People send cards, gifts to their fathers. Some of the common Father’s Day gifts are sports items, clothing, electronic gadgets or any travel trip with family. Make this Father’s Day special for him. The really great idea is about giving a travel vacation to Dad for Father’s Day. You know that special places that your father has always wanted to visit. You can surprise him by giving a gift holiday and plan a weekend gateway.

These are just a few of the Father’s Day Gifts that might catch Dad by surprise. But the best gift of all though will just be your being there with him on Father’s Day. No Father can get a better gift than that. Any other gift you bring just makes the day better. Travelation offering Father’s Day Special travel deals with additional discounts for a limited time period. For more info call us toll free @877-247-7183 and get extra benefits on flight bookings.

New 7 Wonders of the World – No.2 Petra in Jordan

Petra is situated in the Great Rift Valley of the Wadi Musa in Jordan and is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. A UNESCO site, the ancient city is often referred to as “The Rose Colored City” in reference to the color of the rock. This is also called “The Lost City”, as it was lost to the Western world until it was rediscovered in 1812 by Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Berckhardt. UNESCO describes Petra as One of the most precious cultural properties of man’s cultural heritage. With amazing history and ancient architecture Petra is very famous among travelers and millions of tourists come every year to visit.

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History:-

Petra was designed by the Nabataean Arabs, Who carved beautiful structures and buildings into the mountains in Jordan. Serving as their capital, it was created back in the first century, during a time when the Nabatean Kingdom was flourishing. It is also known as the “Lost City” because it was only rediscovered by explorers in 1812. For hundreds of years, it was lost in the desert canyons of Jordan.

Inside Petra Jordan:-

Inside it you will find the mixture of artistic engineering, advancement of laser guide, levels and modern machinery. The most amazing is that most of the structures are carved, not built. Several main structures are larger than life with towering columns that will dwarf anyone standing next to them. Caves carved from sheer rock faces, a theater carved in stone and many more stone structures.

As you go closer look as you walk through the path leading to Petra reveals an elaborate water delivery system that brought water into the heart of Petra. The Romans added to the structure of Petra as it is evident from the columns and other Roman structures, however, in 363 A.D. a massive earthquake leveled most free standing structures but the original construction of Petra was unharmed as they were actually carved from the rock.

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Top 10 San Diego Attractions

San Diego is a major city in California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean in Southern California. It is the 8th largest city in The United States and second largest in California. Diego is the birthplace of California and is the one of the fastest growing city in nation. With mild climate, attractions in San Diego range from family-friendly amusement parks like Legoland to the educational museums of Balboa Park. It’s not hard to find exciting things to do in San Diego with so much natural beauty, elegant architecture and friendly residents. Each season introduces new and exciting aspects to each San Diego attraction. The most famous attractions in San Diego are the World Famous San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park, and SeaWorld San Diego. There are so many amazing things to do in San Diego County. Here is a list of our top 10 San Diego attractions that you should be sure to enjoy on your San Diego vacation:

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Legoland: - This is especially for children, if your kids like Legos, firefighters, animals or vehicles? Then he or she will love Legoland. From riding in a safari jeep, boat or airplane these super cute rides.

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Balboa Park: - A San Diego holiday is never complete without a trip to Balboa Park. It’s easy to spend an entire day walking through gorgeous Balboa Park, around 1,000 acres with grass, stunning architecture, museums, gardens and authentic San Diego beauty. And is one of the most famous attractions in San Diego.

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World Famous San Diego Zoo: - In this zoo you will love looking at the monkeys, elephants, giraffes, flamingos and koala bears all are easily accessible from the Zoo entrance. If you want to see polar bears you will need to take the Skyfari Aerial Tram which in itself will be a highlight. This cable car ride offers panoramic views of the Zoo.

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Sea World: - Sea World San Diego allows visitors a chance to interact with aquatic animals in an exciting way. Through shows, displays and enclosures people can learn about the world’s oceans and the creatures that inhabit them. The main attraction is Shamu the killer whale.

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Seaport Village Carousel: - Seaport Village is a quaint shopping village located downtown. You’ll enjoy gorgeous views while shopping or having lunch. There are 54 animals to ride including a dragon, giraffe, teddy bear and lion.

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Belmont Park: - This fun San Diego destination is located on Mission Beach and includes the exciting rides. It’s always a party at Belmont Park and visitors of all ages have a blast on the rides, the nearby beach.

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Cabrillo National Monument: - From the high vantage point of Point Loma visitors can get a panoramic view of the Naval Air Station, downtown San Diego, the Coronado Bridge and the distant mountains. The lighthouse is a short walk and allows stunning sunset views of the Pacific Ocean and off-shore islands. Cabrillo National Monument commemorates the landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s expedition for Spain of California in 1542.

Sea Creatures at Birch Aquarium



Sea Creatures at Birch Aquarium: - Birch Aquarium is north of San Diego in La Jolla. It’s not as big as some of the other aquariums in California or as flashy as the big sea-themed park filled with interesting exhibits and home to leafy sea dragons like the one above.

San Diego Wild Animal Park



San Diego Wild Animal Park: - The Wild Animal Park is unlike any other animal park you were ever been to. It’s bigger in area and your children love to walk. Your kids will enjoy the ride and spotting rhinos, giraffes, buffalo, zebras and more along the way. If your kids love lions, the Park’s Lion Camp is a must see.

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Sea Life Aquarium: - The creators of Legoland have made the Sea Life Aquarium, an imaginative recreation of The Lost City of Atlantis. The combination of Lego models and sharks, sting rays and other creatures is impressive. So whenever you plan for San Diego must watch Sea life Aquarium.

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New 7 Wonders Of the World- No.1 The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is a legendary masterwork of human achievement. It is one of the greatest wonders of the world, was listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. The Great Wall stretching approximately 8,851.8 kilometers from east to west of China. With a history of more than 2000 years some of the sections are now in ruins or have disappeared. But still it is one of the most appealing attractions all around the world owing to its architectural grandeur and historical significance.

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Construction: - The mystery of the construction of the wall is amazing. The Wall was majorly constructed by local resources and was carried out in-line with the local conditions under the management of contract and responsibility system. A great army of manpower, composed of soldiers, prisoners and local people built the wall. The construction result demonstrates the wisdom and tenacity of the Chinese people.

History: - The history of the Great Wall started from the Spring and Autumn Periods when seven powerful states appeared at the same time. In order to defend themselves they built walls and stationed troops on the borders. At that time, the total length of the wall had already reached 3,107 miles, belonging to different states. The Great Wall is actually a series of several walls built at different times by different emperors.

The Emperor Qin in 221BC absorbed the other six states and set up the first United Kingdom in Chinese history. So in order to strengthen his newly born authority and defend the Huns in the north, he ordered connecting the walls once built by the other states as well as adding some sections of his own. Thus was formed the long Qin’s Great Wall which started from the east of today’s Liaoning Province and ended at Lintao, Gansu Province.

In the Western Han Dynasty, the Huns were more powerful. The Han court started to build more walls on a larger scale in order to consolidate the countries border. In the west, the wall along the Hexi corridor, Yumenguan Pass and Yangguan Pass was built. In the north, Yanmenguan Pass and Niangziguan Pass in Shanxi were set up. Many more sections of the wall extended to Yinshan Mountain and half of the ancient Silk Road was along the Han’s wall.

The Northern Wei, Northern Qi and Northern Zhou Dynasties all built their own sections but on a smaller scale than the walls in the Han Dynasty. The powerful Tang Dynasty saw peace between the northern tribes and central China most of the time, so few wall sections were built in this period.

The Ming Dynasty is the peak of wall building in Chinese history. The Ming suffered a lot by disturbances from minority tribes such as the Dadan, Tufan and Nuzhen. The Ming court from its first emperor to the last ceaselessly built walls in the north. The main line started from Jiuliancheng near the Yalu River in the east to the Jiayuguan Pass in the west and measured over 4,600 miles. Besides adding many more miles of its own, the Ming emperors ordered enlargement of the walls of previous dynasties into double-line or multi-line walls.

The Great Wall of China has become a symbol of an entire nation and the only man made structure visible from orbit. It attracts million of visitors all around the world. If you thinking about taking a trip to China call us toll free @877-247-7183 to make all the arrangements.

Memorial Day Celebration

Memorial Day is US federal holiday. On this day the men and women who died while serving in United States Armed Forces are remembered and honoured. This day is celebrated every year on the last Monday of the May. It was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. Memorial Day had been honoring all Americans who died while in military service.

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What people do on this day:-

Visit the local Cemetery: - On this day many people visit cemeteries and memorial to honor those who have died in military service. Many people place an American flag on each grave in national cemeteries. Memorial Day has become less of an occasion of remembrance. Many people choose to hold picnics, sports events and family gatherings on this weekend. This day is traditionally seen as the start of the summer season for cultural events.

Attend a Memorial Day Parade: - The three-hour parade passes alongside the National Mall on Constitution Avenue between 7th and 17th Streets. The event is a magnificent salute to America’s Veterans and in honor of those who died in defense of our country — from the American Revolution to Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Memorial Day Parade is slowly fading into oblivion because of fiscal constraints and other entertainment options that are available over the long holiday weekend. Showing support by attendance at this event will not only honor the military veterans who are participating in the parade, but may also encourage public officials and civic organizations to continue their sponsorship of this important piece of Americana.

Give a lasting Tribute gift: - On this coming Memorial Day give a dignified memorial gift to the family of the fallen hero. Garden stones, benches, memorial wind chimes or frames engraved will be greatly appreciated by those who now must live without the one they loved. Perhaps the easiest way that we can show our appreciation for our fallen brothers and sisters is participating in the National Moment of Remembrance.

At 3:00 p.m. on Memorial Day, all Americans are requested to pause from what they are doing to reflect and appreciate the men and women of the armed forces who died defending our freedoms. In these seconds of united remembrance, the true meaning of Memorial Day can be genuinely appreciated by all Americans.

New 7 Wonders of the World – Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

The Great Pyramids of Giza are part of the Giza Necropolis that includes the three prominent pyramids of Menkaura (Mycerimus), Khufu (Cheops), and Khafra (Chephren). The Great Pyramid of Giza also known as the Pyramid of Khufu or the Pyramid of Cheops is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids.

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The Great Pyramids of Giza are situated west of the Nile River, near Cairo, Egypt, and are believed to have been built between 2300 B.C. and 2500 B.C. The Egyptian people believed that death was the beginning of a new journey. For this reason pyramids were constructed. It was not just a space to place dead body, it kept the capacity to hold multiple items that the Pharaohs would need in their next life.

The Great Pyramids is the only remaining of old Seven Wonders of the Ancient world. And it is believed that the Great Pyramid of Khufu was constructed as the burial place for Khufu by a Fourth Dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh. Spanning 13 acres, the Great Pyramid of Khufu is generally thought to be composed over two million stone blocks weighing an average of two tons. Although there are several theories, it is generally thought that the Egyptians moved the massive stones using log rollers and sledges. With the slope of the faces at approximately 51.5 degrees, the Great Pyramid of Khufu is 756 feet square and 481 feet tall. Completing the trio of pyramids is the pyramid of Khufu’s son Khafra and his grandson Menkaura.

The Great Pyramid of Giza contains three identified chambers. The King and Queen’s chambers are elevated above the lowest chamber. The lowest chamber is carved into the rock layer upon the base of the pyramid and was unfinished. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the sole Egyptian pyramid proven to have both upward and downward passageways. The major section of the Giza complex is a grouping of structures made up of two mortuary shrines in honor of Khufu.
The Pyramids of Menkaura, Khufu and Kafhre were not finished by the end of each Pharaoh’s term in power. This was a common occurrence in Egypt simply due to the time involved in constructing such massive structures. The Great Pyramids of Giza and the entire Giza Necropolis also known as the Giza Valley.

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New Orleans- “The City of Happenings”

New Orleans is a major port in United States and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. It is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife, accommodation and many more. The root of jazz and a blossoming culture New Orleans founded in 1718 and is the nation’s oldest cities. New Orleans has an atmosphere rich with a mix of French sophistication, Creole, African-American, Caribbean, Irish, Haitian, German, and Vietnamese.

New Orleans is known for host of many attributes like its famous Creole food, abundant alcohol, music of many styles, nearby swamps and plantations, 18th & 19th century architecture, antiques, gay pride, streetcars, museums. New Orleans has nicknamed the Big Easy. The city also offers many attractions for families with children and those interested in culture and the arts. It is a city with a majority Roman Catholic population owing to its European origins.

The most famous festivals like Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest attracts millions of tourists. The city also hosts numerous smaller festivals and gatherings like the French Quarter Festival, Creole Tomato Festival, Satchmo SummerFest, the Essence Festival hosted by the magazine, Halloween parading and costume balls, Saint Patrick’s Day and Saint Joseph’s Day parading, Southern Decadence, and so many more.

Things that you must do and visit in New Orleans:-

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Jackson Square: - It is a historical park in the French Quarter on New Orleans, Louisiana. It was declared National Historic Landmark in year 1960. And the American Planning Association designated Jackson Square as a one of America’s Great Public Spaces. At the Square’s crown there are three 18th-century architectural glories: the Cabildo ( a former city hall where the Louisiana Purchase was signed), St. Louis Cathedral and the Presbytere. In this you can watch showcasing Living with Hurricanes, Katrina and beyond, a fascinating exhibit on the infamous storm.

Magazine Street: - Royal Street and its antique shops attract many visitors. Stores to explore include Derby Pottery for its handmade tiles and Crescent City water-meter clocks, Hemline for its local fashion sense and sensibility, Dirty Coast for localized, graphic T-shirts, Louisiana for jewelry and Perlis, a preppy clothing store known for its crawfish-logo polo shirts.

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Mardi Gras: - Mardi Gras is the biggest free party in the world. Everyone must experience at least once. If you were seen it on TV, then you know nothing about Mardi Gras. Come see for yourself.

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival



New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: - New Orleans other major event that is not to be missed is The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. And is held on the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May and attracts artists and visitors from all over the world.

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Ogden Museum of Southern Art: - The Ogden Museum of Southern Art and its collections of paintings, photography, and ceramics from below the Mason-Dixon Line are located in the city’s Warehouse District. Go late on a Thursday for the chance to enjoy Ogden after Hours, when local musicians play while patrons dance, drink, and mingle in the galleries.

Food and Drinks: - When you come to New Orleans leave your diet schedules at home. New Orleans is home to a wildly eclectic selection of iconic drinks. Most famous drinks are the Sazerac, the Obituary Cocktail, and the Ramos gin fizz. And the famous food is Creole food, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Andouille, Po-Boy, Red Beans with Rice and many more that you must try when you visit New Orleans.

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Shopping: - From the French Quarter to Magazine Street, New Orleans offers an array of retail choices like The Shops at Canal Place, Saks Fifth Avenue, The Riverwalk, Jax Brewery and also hundreds of boutiques, art galleries and antique stores throughout the city along. Tax-free shopping offers international visitors even more reasons to experience New Orleans.

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Enjoy Nightlife: - New Orleans offers many nightlife options from incredible live music on Frenchmen Street to cocktails parties. Harrah’s Casino caters to the high rollers at heart and the city is home to slick nightclubs. So come, leave the stress of your everyday life behind put on your dancing shoes and get ready to have the great time of your life.

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New 7 Wonders of The World

In the period of more than 125 years from the beginning of the 19th century, the creations of some of the world’s most remarkable adventures were identified. These are popularly known as great wonders of the world. These are the symbols of human creativity and the determination of the human spirit.

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Ancient Seven Wonders: – In the beginning idea of Seven Wonders of the World occurred earlier during Herodotus (484 BC – 425 BC) and Callimachus (305 BC – 240 BC). According to their analysis, Seven Wonders of the World included
• The Great Pyramid of Giza
• Hanging Gardens of Babylon
• Statue of Zeus at Olympia
• Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
• Mausoleum of Maussollos at Halicarnassus
• Colossus of Rhodes
• Lighthouse of Alexandria

Among all of them, only the Great Pyramid of Giza still exists. The other six were ruined by earthquake, fire, or other causes.

New Seven Wonders: - The new seven Wonders Foundation claimed that more than 100 million votes were cast through the Internet or by telephone. This campaign was originated in 2000 by Swiss film producer, author and aviator Bernard Weber to choose the seven new wonders of the world through the global voting campaign. The organizers had said that the competition is not planned to replace the Ancient Seven Wonders, but to care for other historical landmarks and improve global cultural heritage awareness.

In the year 2001 a Swiss Corporation, New Open World Corporation started the process of selecting New Seven Wonders of the World. Finally on January 1, 2006 after studying and analyzing several criteria, it announced 21 finalists from nearly 200 nominations from around the world. One among them, The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt was designated as an honorary celebratory wonder. From the remaining 20, seven sites were selected by worldwide vote, through Internet and phone polling. Finally, on 07/07/07(July 07, 2007 a very special day) seven new wonders of the world were declared in a grand ceremony in Lisbon.

The final poll produced this list of the world’s top human-built wonders
• Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt(Honorary Candidate)
• The Great Wall of China
• Petra in Jordan
• Brazil’s statue of Christ the Redeemer
• Peru’s Machu Picchu
• Mexico’s Chichen Itza pyramid
• The Colosseum in Rome
• India’s Taj Mahal

Online voting and SMS system were used for the first time to select New Seven Wonders of the World. In further section we are going to explain the history of all these Wonders one by one.