Top Ten Most Amazing Wonders of the World

There are a large number of natural as well as manmade wonders around the world, which have been sources of fascination for the human race for centuries and will continue to amaze our future generation too. These wonders have great attraction value as their magic can never be recreated, no matter what we do.

Here are top 10 most amazing wonders of the world 2015:

10. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat is among the largest religious sites in the world, which dates back to 1150. The temple was originally dedicated to Hinduism, but is currently a Buddhist temple. It is a great attraction for tourists, who come here to witness its architectural marvel as well as rich carvings on the walls, featuring scenes from the great Hindu epics.

9. Easter Island Statues, Chile

Easter Island Statues, Chile

Next among the most amazing wonders of the world is the ancient statues known as mois, which lie on the isolated Easter Islands of Chile, which is also home to extinct volcanoes. The ancient statues, which weigh an average 270 tons each, belong to the period around 1250 to 1500 and are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

8. Angel Falls, Venezuela

Angel Falls, Venezuela

The Angel Falls in Venezuela are the highest waterfalls in the world, and its height can be imagined from the fact that when the water drops from the top, it changes into mist before reaching the ground, making it an absolutely unique viewing experience for the onlooker.

7. Colosseum, Rome

Colosseum, Rome

Colosseum in Rome, which is the biggest amphitheater in the world, is the next to make it in this list. Built in 70 AD, this extensive structure has a capacity of 50000 people, and it was used a venue for games of human and animals in the ancient times.

6. Aurora Borealis, Northern Hemisphere

Aurora Borealis, Northern Hemisphere

Next among the most fascinating wonders in the world is the brilliant and colorful light display seen in the night skies of Northern Hemisphere. Also known as the Northern Lights, the unique phenomena is usually observed in the months of September and October and March and April.

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