Top 9 World's (Global) Historic Sites

 Ays News  January 6,2024

Time 2:30 PM

 The Great Wall of China (China):  A marvel of ancient engineering, the Great Wall stretches over 13,000 miles and was built to protect China from invasions.

 Machu Picchu (Peru):  The Incan city of Machu Picchu is situated on a mountaintop in the Andes and is renowned for its stunning architecture and breathtaking views.

 The Colosseum (Italy):  Located in the heart of Rome, the Colosseum is an ancient amphitheater where gladiatorial contests and public spectacles took place.

 Pyramids of Giza (Egypt):  The Pyramids, particularly the Great Pyramid of Giza, are iconic symbols of ancient Egyptian civilization and are among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

 Petra (Jordan):  An archaeological marvel, Petra is a city carved into rose-red cliffs and was the capital of the Nabataean Kingdom in the 4th century BC.

 Angkor Wat (Cambodia):  The largest religious monument in the world, Angkor Wat, is a temple complex dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu and later transformed into a Buddhist temple.

 The Acropolis (Greece):  Overlooking Athens, the Acropolis is an ancient citadel featuring several historic buildings, including the iconic Parthenon.

 Chichen Itza (Mexico):  A large pre-Columbian archaeological site, Chichen Itza was a major city of the Maya civilization and is known for its pyramid, El Castillo.

 Stonehenge (United Kingdom):  A mysterious and ancient stone circle on Salisbury Plain, Stonehenge has captivated people for centuries, and its exact purpose remains a subject of debate among historians.