In 2000, in the belief that the original list was in grave need of an update (as it was compiled over 2000 years ago and only one of the entries was still standing), a Swiss foundation launched a campaign to determine the New 7 Wonders of the World.
7 years and over 10 million votes later, and the results were announced. Located in 7 different countries, across four separate continents, these diverse and magnificent structures represent some of humanity's most spectacular architectural accomplishments, and are, without exception, a must-see at least once in your life!
A remote Incan city set on a verdant plateau in the heart of the Peruvian Andes, Machu Picchu is, without doubt, one of the most spectacular places on earth! Home to 200 well-preserved structures, encompassing, agricultural terraces, plazas, residencies, and temples. The city is thought to date back to the mid-15th century, though its exact purpose remains a mystery with many experts believing it served as a royal estate for Inca emperors and nobles.
The Pyramids of Giza in Egypt.
Taj Mahal is the most popular out of all the New 7 Wonders of the World.
Pyramids of Giza, the oldest of the wonders and the only one of the seven substantially in existence today.
Number one on so many peoples bucket lists, the northern Lights are a natural spectacular producing some of the most mesmerising views of the world.
Welcome to Egypt a cultural delight and home of the Pharaohs.
The oldest of the 7 Wonders is an engineering miracle that is shrouded in equal parts historical significance and mystery.