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10 Most Visited Landmarks of the World

Landmarks offer rich history and images of a past dominance with violence and beauty as well as important lessons that teach us how to conduct ourselves in the present and in the future. Not only are landmarks places that people go to learn about the past but they go to learn about their past, and the history of humanity and the richness of its offerings.



Here I have compiled some of the most visited landmarks on mother earth. I hope you people will like it.

Pyramids of Giza

The Great Pyramids of Giza come as no surprise as they are still the most mysterious and vast creations known to humankind.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty has long since been a beacon of hope and opportunity to immigrants both in the past as well as for the future.

Eiffel Tower

In the city of lights, as well as romance, many climb Eiffel tower to see a breathtaking view of Paris and its entire romantic splendor.

Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is over five thousand kilometers long and over twenty-five feet tall which helps it hold the record for the largest building construction ever completed.

Grand Canyons

Grand Canyon, Arizona is one of the most visited landmarks in the world with over five million visitors per year.

Roman Coliseum

The Roman Coliseum exists as a ruin but is no longer used as the oval stadium for gladiators for whom it was popular for but it boasts impressive architecture that is a delight for tourists.

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, Agra, India is a testament to love and devotion in every detail of its architectural beauty. Emperor Shah Jehan built this wonder as a monument of his steadfast and unconditional love for her wife.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls, Ontario is a spectacular view of nature as a force of beauty and wonder. A tourist attraction at best, this landmark also boasts a popular honeymoon .

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building celebrated its seventy-ninth year after President Roosevelt unveiled its luminosity in 1931.

Big Ben, London

Big Ben, London is often mistaken for a big clock, rather it is a 13-ton bell located at Westminster that symbolizes constancy and measurement not to mention a beautiful sound.

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