Seven wonders of the world, less known to tourists
We all know about attractions such as the Colosseum, the Great Wall and the Taj Mahal. But in the world there are other grandiose objectives that have never heard about the most passionate travelers in the world. And they are worthy of our attention.
Great Mosque in Mali Djené
Djené Mosque is the largest building in the world aluviară clay. Djené located in the old city, the mosque was included in 1988 on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Now, the mosque is closed for tourists. It is believed that the decision was taken in 1996 at its walls after a photo shoot for Vogue.
Chand Baori in India
Chand Baori architectural complex, located in the small Indian village Abhaneri is one of the oldest and deepest wells in the world stage. Giant structure that resembles an inverted pyramid, descend underground more than 30 meters on three of its walls there, in a perfect symmetry, 3,500 steps leading to the water – a small green lake cloudy. Scientists continue to discuss whether the fountain was built between centuries IX – XI or 600 years before our era.
Romania’s Parliament Palace
Parliament Palace is one of the most famous architectural monuments in Bucharest, built between the Socialist Republic of Romania. It is considered as the largest civilian administrative building in the world, the largest building of a Parliament and hardest administrative building in the world. Palace area of 270 meters by 240 meters and height – 86 meters. The underground part of the building down to a depth of 92 meters. The palace has 1,100 rooms and 12 floors.
Old Bridge in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Pedestrian bridge over the Neretva River in Mostar is a modern copy of the old bridge, completely destroyed by Croat fighters in 1993. Bridge in Mostar is an object of UNESCO World Heritage. One of the traditional pastimes of tourists and a means of winning the youth of the city is the Old Bridge jumping on the river Neretva (jump height depends on the water level in the river – from 24 to 30 meters).