The first wonder: the hanging garden of Babylon. It was built between 604 and 562 BC, 56 miles south of Baghdad, the capital of the present-day Republic of Iraq. Built by King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon for his favorite queen. The queen was a Midian, and Nebuchadnezzar II built this fantastic and tall building for her so that she could often visit her hometown. The sky garden is full of exotic flowers and plants and has a complete water supply system. The ancient Greeks who saw it at that time called it a wonder of the world.
The second wonder: the Lighthouse of Alexandria. One night in the autumn of 280 BC, when an Egyptian royal wedding ship sailed into Alexandria, it hit a rock and sank. All the Royal relatives and brides married from Europe on board were buried in the fish's belly. This tragedy shocked the people of Egypt. The Egyptian king Ptolemy II ordered the construction of a navigation lighthouse at the entrance to the largest port. After 40 years of efforts, a magnificent lighthouse has been erected at the eastern end of Faros island. It stands on the rock reef 7 meters away from the island shore. People call it "alexanderfaros Lighthouse". At a height of 400 feet, it became the tallest building at that time
The third wonder: the giant statue of Rhode harbor. Port Rhodes was completed in 408 BC. But after Alexander the great died, Rhode Island was attacked by the invaders. Finally, Rhode islanders defeated the invaders and built a statue with the bronze weapons abandoned by the enemy to celebrate this victory. The statue has been built for 12 years. It is 110 feet high, about the same height as the well-known statue of liberty in New York. The statue is hollow and reinforced with complex stone and iron pillars. But the great statue was destroyed by a strong earthquake only 56 years after its completion.
The fourth wonder: the statue of Zeus at Olympia. Zeus, the God of Greek gods, is the main god of Olympia. The main body of Zeus is made of wood, the exposed part of his body is pasted with ivory, and his clothes are covered with gold. Wearing an olive branch crown on his head, he holds the statue of victory made of ivory and gold in his right hand, and a scepter inlaid with various metals in his left hand. On the top of the scepter rests a vulture. The statue of God is about 13 meters high, which is equivalent to a four story modern building. The temple of Zeus was built in 470 BC and completed in 456 BC. The temple is located in the southeast of the Acropolis of Athens, Greece
The fifth wonder: the temple of Artemis. Artemis was the goddess in charge of hunting and wild animals in ancient Greek mythology. Later, she was regarded as the moon god, one of the twelve main gods of Olympus. She was the daughter of Zeus and Leto. The temple building is based on marble and covered with a wooden roof The designers of the whole building are chersiphron and his son. Its biggest feature is that it has two rows of at least 106 columns, each about 40 to 60 feet high. The base of the temple is about 200 by 400 feet. After the war, there was nothing but ruins before people's eyes.
The sixth wonder: Mausoleum of mosolas. The mausoleum of mosolas is located in harrykanasus, in the southwest of Turkey. The bottom building is rectangular, with an area of 40 meters (120 feet) by 30 meters (100 feet) and a height of 45 meters (140 feet). Among them, the pier base wall is 20 meters high, the column is 12 meters high, the pyramid is 7 meters high, and the carriage statue at the top is 6 meters high. The building is surrounded by the pier base wall and decorated with stone statues. The statue at the top is an ancient two chariot pulled by four horses. The tomb was completed in 353 BC. After the early 16th century, it was gradually destroyed.
The seventh wonder: the pyramids of Egypt. It was built around 2700-2500 BC and is located on the Giza Plateau near Cairo, Egypt. The Egyptian pyramid is the mausoleum of ancient Egyptian pharaohs. It varies in size. The largest is the Khufu pyramid, which is 137.2 meters high and 230 meters long at the bottom. It shares 2.3 million stones with an average of 2.5 tons each, covering an area of 52000 square meters. It takes about one kilometer to walk around there. The pyramids of Egypt are the pyramidal tombs of kings in the ancient slave society of Egypt. One of the eight wonders of the world. It is numerous and widely distributed.
The eighth wonder: the Terra Cotta Warriors of the Qin mausoleum. The mausoleum of Qinshihuang was built from 246 BC to 208 BC. It is also the first imperial cemetery in Chinese history. The funerary pit of the mausoleum of Qinshihuang, the first emperor to complete China's reunification in Chinese history, is located 1500 meters east of the mausoleum of Qinshihuang. The Terra Cotta Warriors Museum of the mausoleum of the first Qin emperor, built on the original site of the funerary pit, is the largest ancient military museum in China. It shows the prosperity and prosperity of the Qin Empire. The cemetery covers an area of 56.25 square kilometers, equivalent to nearly 78 national palaces, causing a sensation in the archaeological community.