Selecting the 7 wonders of the world is a mammoth task and a very difficult choice indeed. For centuries, human civilizations across the world have built and created cities, buildings, monuments, tombs, temples, churches, mosques, and other structures that continue to inspire the awe of millions of modern-day men and women of the world. The challenge of selecting only 7 of the best wonders from such a massive treasury is thus indeed difficult. Thus, various organizations have made an attempt to record a list of the 7 wonders of the world since antiquity. Here we present the list produced by the Swiss corporation, the New 7 Wonders Foundation.

  • Taj Mahal
  • Rome Colosseum
  • Machu Picchu
  • Petra Jordan
  • Great wall of China
  • Christ the Redeemer
  • Great Pyramid of Giza


Places Tour Prizes
Taj Mahal 40,0 dollars
Colosseum Rome 50,0 Dollars
Chichen Itza 35,0 Dollars
Christ The reedemer 60,0 dollars
Machu Picchu 32,0 dollars
Great Wall Of China 41,0 dollars
Petra Jordan 39,0 dollars

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Taj Mahal

The symbol of love, the ivory-white mausoleum of marble, the Taj Mahal, is well known across the world for its historical value, its tale of love, and stunning beauty. It truly deserves to be one of the seven wonders of the world. The Taj Mahal is located in the India’s historic city of Agra. It houses the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal, the wife of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is said that the Emperor loved his wife dearly and after her death decided to build the Taj Mahal to remind the world of their tale of love. The construction of the Taj Mahal was completed by 1632. The estimated cost of construction of this monument at that time is estimated to be equivalent to US$827 million in 2015. In 1983, the Taj Mahal was inscribed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Today, it attracts 7 to 8 million annual visitors to Agra.

History: Taj Mahal of Agra is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, for reasons more than just looking magnificent. It’s the history of Taj Mahal that adds a soul to its magnificence: a soul that is filled with love, loss, remorse, and love again. Because if it was not for love, the world would have been robbed of a fine example upon which people base their relationships. An example of how deeply a man loved his wife, that even after she remained but a memory, he made sure that this memory would never fade away. This man was the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, who was head-over-heels in love with Mumtaz Mahal, his dear wife. She was a Muslim Persian princess (her name Arjumand Banu Begum before marriage) and he was the son of the Mughal Emperor Jehangir and grandson of Akbar the Great. It was at the age of 14 that he met Mumtaz and fell in love with her. Five years later in the year 1612, they got married.

Mumtaz Mahal, an inseparable companion of Shah Jahan, died in 1631, while giving birth to their 14th child. It was in the memory of his beloved wife that Shah Jahan built a magnificent monument as a tribute to her, which we today know as the “Taj Mahal”. The construction of Taj Mahal started in the year 1631. Masons, stonecutters, inlayers, carvers, painters, calligraphers, dome-builders and other artisans were requisitioned from the whole of the empire and also from Central Asia and Iran, and it took approximately 22 years to build what we see today. An epitome of love, it made use of the services of 22,000 laborers and 1,000 elephants. The monument was built entirely out of white marble, which was brought in from all over India and central Asia. After an expenditure of approximately 32 million rupees, Taj Mahal was finally completed in the year 1653.

It was soon after the completion of Taj Mahal that Shah Jahan was deposed by his own son Aurangzeb and was put under house arrest at nearby Agra Fort. Shah Jahan, himself also, lies entombed in this mausoleum along with his wife. Moving further down the history, it was at the end of the 19th century that British Viceroy Lord Curzon ordered a sweeping restoration project, which was completed in 1908, as a measure to restore what was lost during the Indian rebellion of 1857: Taj being blemished by British soldiers and government officials who also deprived the monument of its immaculate beauty by chiseling out precious stones and lapis lazuli from its walls. Also, the British style lawns that we see today adding on to the beauty of Taj were remodeled around the same time. Despite prevailing controversies, past and present threats from Indo-Pak war and environmental pollution, this epitome of love continuous to shine and attract people from all over the world.

Geography:The Taj Mahal is located in Agra, India. It is considered one of the eight wonders of the world. It was built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India and their leader, Shah Jahan, in memory of his wife. his wife, Moontaz Mahal, died giving birth to her 14 child. It is built entirely of white marble. Taj Mahal was built over a time period of twenty-two years, and it took twenty thousand workers to complete it. It was finally finished in 1648 C.E., and it costed about 32 million dollars in American currency. Some people say that when the artisans finished building the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan ordered to have all of their hands cut off so that they couldn’t build anything that would be more beautiful than his monument.

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For Chichen Itza

It was every bit as tall, every bit as beautiful as I imagined. Only we couldn’t touch it or climb it and there was a tangible emptiness for being so close and yet so far. What was inside? What did it contain? Who were these people? If I wasn’t fascinated before, my curiosity was piqued!

For Taj Mahal

So many of my friends who come to visit me in Goa, first fly into Delhi so they can go see the Taj. They take a day tour from Delhi to Agra and back to Delhi where they then fly onward to Goa. These tours are easy breezy and take out all the headache. You …

For Machu Picchu

While it’s no secret, people travel thousands of miles across the globe to witness one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in Machu Picchu, the reality is, if you come to Peru, just for that, there’s a multitude of beauty you’ll be missing out on.…

Colosseum Rome

Rome in Italy hosts one of the 7 wonders of the world, the Colosseum or the Flavian Amphitheatre, an oval-shaped amphitheater in the center of the city. It is the largest amphitheater in the world and is built of concrete and sand. The Colosseum’s construction was initiated in AD 72 by Emperor Vespasian and was finished by AD 80 by his successor Titus. Domitian, another emperor of the Flavian dynasty later made certain modifications to the amphitheater. The Colosseum had the capacity to host about 80,000 spectators. Mock sea battles, animal hunts, famous battle re-enactments, executions, and mythological dramas were some of the public spectacles held at the Colosseum. Today, this wonder of the world is a popular tourist attraction and serves as the iconic symbol of Imperial Rome.