|1||Memphis and its cemetery pyramids||Egypt||It is located on northeast Egypt’s West Bank of the Nile River. Memphis was the capital of ancient Egypt with a history of 5000 years. The pyramid, 8 kilometers away from Memphis, is the only one of the ancient “seven wonders” in the world. In 1979, the United |
Nations’ Educational, scientific， and Cultural Organizations listed Memphis and its
cemeteries and pyramids as cultural heritage in the world heritage list.
|2||The Great Wall||China： Beijing, Hebei, Tianjin, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Gansu, Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Shandong, Henan, Qinghai, Ningxia, and Xinjiang||The Great Wall was first built more than 2000 years ago during the spring and Autumn periods|
and the Warring States period. After the Qin Dynasty unified China, it became the Great Wall. It is a great building project
in the history of human civilization, a military defense project in ancient China, and a tall, solid,
and continuous wall to limit the enemy’s riding. The Great Wall, with the city wall as
the main body, is a defense system combined with many cities, barriers, pavilions, and landmarks.
It starts at Shanhaiguan in the East and
ends at Jiayuguan in the west, with a total length of about 6700 kilometers,
and is mainly distributed in 15 provinces, autonomous regions, and cities; The existing cultural
relics of the great wall include the wall of the Great Wall, trenches/boundary trenches, individual
buildings, fortresses, and related facilities, totaling more than 43000 pieces/section.
|3||Statue of Liberty||New York, USA||The full name of the statue of liberty is “the bronze statue of Liberty National Monument”, which is located near the Hudson estuary of Liberty Island |
in the harbor of New York, the United States. It is a world cultural heritage. It was built in France
in 1876 to commemorate the centenary
of the victory of the American war
The bronze statue was completed on October 28,
1886. The statue of
liberty is 46 meters high, and its appearance design comes from the sculptor’s mother; The goddess of liberty is dressed in ancient
Greek style clothes, wearing a radiant crown, seven-pointed
awns symbolizing seven continents, holding a torch symbolizing freedom in her right hand,
the declaration of
independence in her left hand, and broken handcuffs, shackles
and chains at her feet, symbolizing freedom from tyranny.
|4||Taj Mahal||India||Taj Mahal, one of the historic sites in India and a world cultural heritage, has been selected as “the new seven wonders of the world”. Taj Mahal, known as “Taj Mahala”, is a mausoleum mosque built of white marble. It was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan|
in Agra from 1631 to 1653 in memory of his beloved concubine. It is located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, more than 200 kilometers away from New Delhi,
on the right side of the Yamuna River. It is composed of halls, bell towers, minarets, pools, etc.
all of them are built of pure white marble and inlaid with glass and agate. It has very high artistic value.
|5||Acropolis of Athens||Central Athens, Greece||Acropolis is the most outstanding ancient architectural complex in Greece. It is a comprehensive public building and the center of religious politics. The Acropolis of Athens covers an area of about 4km ²，|
Located on the Acropolis hill in the center of Athens, it was founded in 580 BC. The earliest buildings in the Acropolis were the Athena temple
and other religious buildings. The Acropolis of Athens, also known as the Acropolis of Athens, is “Acropolis” in Greek, which originally means “high city” or “city-state on the high hill”.
Museum of Emperor Qinshihuang’sTomb Figures of Soldiers and Horses
|Qinling North Road, Lintong District, Xi’an City, Shaanxi Province||The Terra Cotta Warriors museum is located in Qinling Town, Lintong District, Xi’an City, |
Shaanxi Province. Founded in 1975, it is a relic museum based on the Terra Cotta Warriors
and built on the original site of the Terra Cotta Warriors pit. It is a large ancient military museum
in China. The Terra Cotta Warriors of the first emperor of the Qin Dynasty are a world cultural heritage. The discovery of the Terra Cotta Warriors is known as the eighth wonder of the world and the great discovery in the archaeological history of the 20th century. The Terra Cotta Warriors Museum of the first emperor of the Qin Dynasty has three Terra Cotta Warriors pits, No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3, which contain a large number of terracotta warriors, terracotta horses, and bronze weapons.
|7||Cologne Cathedral||Cologne, Germany||Cologne Cathedral, a Catholic cathedral in Cologne, Germany, is a landmark|
building in Cologne. Founded in 1248, the project was completed
intermittently by German Emperor William I in 1880. It took more than 600 years. It is known as one of the three major religious buildings in Europe together
with Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and St. Peter’s Cathedral in Rome. Cologne Cathedral integrates grandeur
and delicacy. It is known as the model of Gothic church architecture and is listed on the world heritage list.
|8||Palace of Versailles, France||Versailles, capital of Yvelines, Paris, France||The Palace of Versailles, France, one of the top five palaces in the world,|
is called the most beautiful European court garden. In 1979, it was listed on the World Cultural Heritage List. Versailles palace is magnificent,
spectacular, and famous for
it’s luxury and imaginative design, outside is the French classical style, interior with Baroque decoration supplemented by Rococo design; more
than 500 halls everywhere magnificent, luxurious, interior decoration with carving, giant paintings, and tapestries, with the 17th
and 18th-century style, exquisite furniture; the garden is
a French garden model, revealing the French beauty and craftsmen.
|9||American Independence Memorial||Philadelphia, PA, USA||The American Independence Memorial, also known as the independence hall, is a George-style |
red brick building. The independence hall was built between 1732 and 1753. It was designed by Edmund
Woolley and Andrew Hamilton. Woolley presided over the construction of the hall. It was originally used
as the meeting place of the State Council of the colonial authority of Pennsylvania.
On July 4, 1776, representatives from the 13 North American States under British colonial rule signed
the American Declaration of independence here, which was written
by Thomas Jefferson.
|10||Mont Saint-Michel and its Bay||Normandy, Munch Province, France||Mont Saint-Michel, also known as Mount Saint-Miel, is a famous French monument |
and a Catholic pilgrimage site. Mont Saint-Michel is the third great Catholic
place besides Jerusalem and the Vatican. It has a long history and beautiful natural scenery. Mount Saint Michel
and the Gulf were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.