Ancient Wonders Are Also Miraculous

As we have the Seven Wonders of the World at present, we used to have it in our ancient world. Herodotus was an ancient historian who lived around 484 BC-ca to 425 BC. He was said to be the first person to list the seven wonders of those ancient world. Of those seven wonders, Ishtar Gate of Babylon was replaced in 6th century with the Light House of Alexandria. Those seven wonders were

  • Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt
  • Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  • Light House of Alexandria, Egypt
  • Colossus of Rhodes, Greece
  • The Tomb of Mausolus in Turkey
  • Temple of Artemis in Turkey
  • The Statue of Zeus at Olympia in Greece

But I am so sorry to say you that except the Great Pyramid of Giza other wonders are no more existing. Even there is no evidence on the exact location of their existence for some of them. We could have probably come to know the construction methodology of ancient people.

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