Latest 7 Wonders of the World: Unearthing New Heritage Sites

 

The latest version of the 7 wonders of the world was announced on the 7th July, 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal on the basis of popular voting. The event was quite a craze amongst the individuals as well as the media, and saw the performances some of the popular artists like Jennifer Lopez. In fact, it wasn’t a merely a cultural evening, as booklets and videos related to the wonders were also made accessible for the visitors. Apart from the fame it gathered, the approach towards choosing latest 7 wonders was strongly criticized by UNSECO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) and many others. This was so because, the online mode of popular opting wasn’t considered by these agencies as an appropriate way to select upon the 7 world wonders.  

Latest 7 wonders of the world were chosen from thousands of sites all across the e world. The final list of these 7 wonders included sites: Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China, Macchu Picchu in Pera, Petra in Jordon, Christ-The Redeemer in Brasil, Chichen Itza in Mexico, and Colosseum in Italy. These sites were a product of popular voting from across 200 countries, and were a much awaited event. These sites reflect the richness of cultural heritage that is made known to the international fame.

Individuals of all age group and gender have a keen towards knowing more about the wonders of the all world. The emergence of online websites that accommodate exhaustive information inclusive of articles, news as well as pictures of the 7 wonders of the world could be a delightful welcome by numerous individuals across the globe. In the recent years, online websites have offered an ideal option to enable enhancement of knowledge with convenience and without incurring any additional cost on your budgetary limitations.

Summary:

The latest 7 wonders of the world were announced on the 7th July, 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal. The new list of wonders of the all world was chosen by a popular voting system that gathered strong criticism. Exhaustive information and pictures pertaining to these sites can be easily accessed by means of online websites.

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