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Seven Wonders of the Modern World

Seven Wonders of the Modern World
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There are many wonderful places in the world. We should must see these adorable places. Some writers gave the title of "things to see" for them so people are  travelling in ancient Greece,they also want to know the cultures of Greece ,Egyptian, and Babylonion. Many writer wrote about seven wonders of the ancient world. A mathematician Philo wrote a book which title is The seven Sights of the World. Another artist of history Diodorus Siculus also wrote about the wonders of the world they explained all adorable places. It is also the way to attract the viewers. Tourists like to go and want to see these amazing places.

Seven Wonders of the Modern World

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Olympian Zeus in the sculptured antique art of Quatremère de Quincy. 1815. (Photo: [Public domain or Public domain],
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Reconstruction of the Temple of Artemis in Istanbul Turkey (Photo: Zee Prime at cs.wikipedia [GFDLCC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY-SA 2.5], from Wikimedia Commons)
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