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Have you heard about the New Seven Wonders of the World? Do you wish you could see them all? You don’t need to simply wish you could visit these wonderful places because you can be there. You should live your life such that there will be many great moments you can remember from time to time. You don’t have to wait on luck to have pleasurable memories. 


You can make the choice to create your own awesome moments. A trip to the New Seven Wonders of the World is one of the ways to create memorable moments in your life. You can have a great time on a trip full of fun and tour the world with the new Seven Wonders of the World Tour.


The New Seven Wonders of the World Tour


This tour is a 27-day trip from the stable of Memphis Tours. This trip is one of a kind to Rome’s Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal, Chichen Itza, the Rose City of Petra, and Christ the Redeemer in Rio.



What To Expect

The New Seven Wonders of the World Tour will thrill you each day and give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Below are some amazing things you should expect from this trip:

Rome’s Colosseum

The first wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World is the Colosseum, which is also called the Flavian Amphitheater. It is an amphitheatre with an oval shape in the centre of the city of Rome. The location is to the east of Palatine Hill, where Nero’s Golden House used to be. It is a freestanding structure of concrete and stone built with a complex system of groynes and barrel vaults. It is an architectural masterpiece that was the largest amphitheatre in the world at the time it was built. It has the capacity to occupy 50,000 spectators, and it is really a beautiful sight to behold. You will not want to leave this site without taking pictures to show your friends and family.


The Great Wall of China


And here we have the second wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World, about which much has been said and written. Tourists flood into China every year to see things for themselves. The Great Wall of China refers to a series of ancient fortifications and walls found in northern China. These walls are more than 500 years old but remain one of the wonders of the world till today. It is one of the world's largest construction projects in recorded history. Many of these walls are parallel to each other as they snake across the country. You will have more than enough tales to tell of this great site when you are back from the trip.



Machu Picchu

The third wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World is Machu Picchu, an Inca citadel found in southern Peru. Movies such as The Secret of the Incas and Aguirre, the Wrath of God used this location. It is also one of the locations you can visit in the Front Mission Series. Manchu Picchu is a site that attracts a lot of attention from tourists and moviemakers alike. Hence, you can be sure that you will enjoy your stay in this ancient civilization.



Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is located in northern India, in western Uttar Pradesh. And this is the fourth wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World, It is distinguished by the harmonious use of decorative elements. It is a reference point when it comes to Mughal architecture, which is a blend of Islamic, Persian, and Indian styles. There is hardly anywhere else in the world that can match the beauty of the Taj Mahal. Hence, look forward to breathtaking experiences in this place.


Chichen Itza 


Here is the fifth wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the ruined ancient Maya city of Chichen Itza, which is found in Yucatan State, Mexico. The city is formed from two words: "chi," which means "mouths" and "Chen" which means "wells." Itza is the name of the tribe that settled in the city. In 1988, this city was designated as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Many impressive constructions in this ancient city will make you stand in awe of human creativity.



The Rose City of Petra

The sixth wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World is the Rose City of Petra, an ancient city carved out of rocks. No description can measure up to how you will feel when you see this city in person. The city is located between the Red Sea and the Dead Sea in Jordan. Just like Chichen Itza, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but in 1985. The reason this city is described as "Rose Red City" will be obvious to you when you get there. It is nothing other than an unparalleled architectural masterpiece.



Christ the Redeemer 


The seventh wonder of the New Seven Wonders of the World is Rio in Brazil is the home of this great work by Paul Landowski, a French sculptor. It is a supergiant statue of Jesus Christ that has been used in various movies and songs because of its sheer magnitude. It is 98 feet tall with 98 feet long outstretched arms. Christ the Redeemer is covered in a mosaic of many soapstone tiles and made with reinforced concrete. It is the largest sculpture of its kind in the world and one of the major reasons for the popularity of Rio de Janeiro. Get set for a memorable moment as you behold this colossal statue.






You will be making the right decision if you choose to go on this round-the-world trip. You don’t have to break the bank to enjoy your trip. The experience and knowledge you will gain from going on the New Seven Wonders of the World tour are much more than the money you will pay. Therefore, don’t hesitate to check

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