Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
When a subject is taken for one among the seven wonders; its time of construction comes first, as the scope of the builders is bound by the limitations of that time, hence separate lists of seven wonders exist for each age namely Ancient, Medieval and Modern.
Taking world at his strides
In this article we present the Seven Wonders of the medieval times. The significance with medieval period is that it was a time man has started to show his might as a super being and began to show his presence felt by building landmarks with super size or super looks.
Loosing the power to wonder!
In the ancient times man was not so much organized and technology was too crude to work wonders, whereas in this modern times technology has outdated the concept of wonder itself, as every thing has been made possible by the press of a button! Man has lost the power to get wonderstruck!
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Stonehenge - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
The Colosseum - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
The Colosseum is not just a colossal structure situated at the heart of
Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
These Catacombs are subterranean funeral halls; cut in rock; with galleries for the dead one’s coffins, places for conducting last rites; staircases and dining halls for the ritual feasts to be held associated with the funeral etc all carved in rock. click here to read the full article...
The Great Wall of China - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
The Great Wall of China was built between 5th and 16th century by the Ming Dynasty. As the construction was a rather prolonged affair spanning eleven long centuries; many kings and dynasties were born and dead and all have something to add to this great monument. The present wall is the last in a series of wall constructed by various dynasties. click here to read the full article...
The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
This Buddhist Pagoda known as the
Hagia Sophia - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
In Istanbul Turkey there stands the most beautiful building the ‘Aya Sofya’ with many old names by which it was known and many old roles it had made to play in the centuries that passed after its construction. It in its course has been burned down to ashes, crumbled down in earth quakes and got vandalized by rioters. click here to read the full article...
Leaning Tower of Pisa - Seven Wonders of the Medieval World
Like all other structures the