“World is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. ”. That is a sad story to say the least. We live once; hence we should travel as much as we can. Or at least visit the places which are worth having a look at before we die.
Care to know, here it goes…
The embodiment of eternal love and sacrifice, Taj Mahal is a place every human should visit once in a lifetime. Not just to soak in the feeling of love a husband had for his wife (emperor Shah Jahan and queen Mumtaz), but also the architectural marvel of the monument.
Located in the city of Agra, it was built in 1600s and is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Millions visit it every year. If you can read Urdu, you would love to read the Quran etched on the inner walls of the mausoleum.
Chichen Itza means “at the mouth of the well of Itza”. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, it is the second most visited archaeological structure in Mexico. The castle is 90ft. tall. There are staircases on both the sides, 365 in number which represents 365 days in a year.
The semi-restored structure is definitely a breathtaking structure. Not to forget, it is by far the most popular Mayan structure.
The Parthenon is amazing and breathtakingly beautiful. It symbolizes the power of the Kingdom of Athens and is a testament to Greek Civilization. This ancient temple of Athena offers a view of Athens and the remaining ruins of the temples and buildings. These are as beautiful as the Parthenon itself. Sadly, a lot of structures around have been destroyed by wars and thieves.
There is scaffolding somewhere at the right corner of the structure.
It is where you will find the Moai statues, historical structures believed to be carved by Rapa Nui people between 1250 and 1500. These display faces of the ancient people. The huge carved heads tell us that the people are not that primitive. The stones are made up of ash.
About half of the Moai Statues are at the Rano Raraku site while others are at the various places along the coastline facing the island. One has to travel to the Easter Island in the Pacific Ocean, a territory of Chile.
The Khmer empire ruled most of the Southeast Asia built the ancient city in Cambodia. It was constructed as a Hindu temple for Lord Vishnu. The rulers had built architectures that tell the story for the world to watch and feel amazed.
After the decline of the empire, they remained covered and were found centuries later in the jungle. Watching sunrise behind the temple is truly spectacular and something one should not miss at all. In 1992, they earned the title of World Heritage Site.
Do you still want to die without seeing them? We hope you don’t.
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