Top 10 most mysterious ancient world wonders - part 2

The wisdom of the ancients makes it hard for people today to believe. The wonders of the ancient world that the ancients left behind, over thousands of years, are still magnificent. See part 1 here.

1. Roman Baths

The Roman Baths are one of the most famous British heritage sites today. Roman baths played an important role in the daily bathing rituals of ancient people. In addition to admiring the bath, visitors can also visit the tunnel below.
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2. Wonders of Maharashtra

At Maharashtra, India consists of 34 temples and monasteries built on a cliff, it is formed by many caves. It was built between 600 and 1000 AD with the purpose of paying homage to Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism.
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3. Pyramid of the Sun

Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan (Mexico). The sacred city of Teotihuacán has many giant structures such as the Temple of Quetzalcoatl, the pyramids of the Moon and the Sun. The name of this city means "where the gods were born".
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4. Egyptian Pyramids

This wonder is located in the North of Egypt, including Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure along the banks of the Nile. These are also the names of the three gods. This wonder of the ancient world was built around 2575-2454 BC.
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5. Ancient Roman commercial district

This ancient monument is located in Rome, Italy. In the 7th century, it was the burial place of the Etruscans. It later became the economic, political and cultural center of ancient Rome.
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6. Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Cave is located in the state of Maharashtra, India. It consists of 29 caves, of which 5 are temples and 24 are monasteries.
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7. Wonders of Mesa Verde National Park

This village is located under a cliff in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado, USA. This was once inhabited by Indians.
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8. Wonders of the Ancient World in Bagan

This place is known as the temple city. It consists of 2,000 temples scattered over an area of 41 square kilometers. In the 9th century, King Anawratha made it the center of the country.
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9. Hadrian's Wall

Hadrian's Wall is the largest Roman structure in Britain. It has a length of 130 miles, the highest point is 6 meters. It was built by 15,000 people in 6 years.
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10. Borobudur Buddhist Temple

The temple is located in the middle of the island of Java, Indonesia. Borobudur Buddhist Temple was built in the 8th-9th century AD, a three-story building consisting of 72 statues.
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