Can You Name These Wonders of the World?

By: Olivia C
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About This Quiz

Before, there used to be one category of the "Seven Wonders of the World." But there's more to that now.

Many experts, historians and other related professionals have raised concerns about labeling certain structures as "wonders of the world." But it's clear that there really are these ancient types of wonders. However, there are more wonders right now, which also span different categories of existence. And it's about time that this list got really expanded.

For instance, there are also architectural wonders included in certain lists. It's not only the natural formations and mother nature's products that could be considered as "wonders of the world." Yes, they're there, but we should also recognize those that humankind were able to contribute, throughout the generations.

Then, aside from natural wonders and architectural wonders, there are also monuments and statues as wonders, and even whole islands or island groupings to boot! That's because the islands may be offering something unique and superb, that is worth admiring and protecting. 

Curious to see what else could be considered as "wonders of the world"? Then take this quiz and find out!

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of three pyramids built near each other. It's a pyramid complex if you visit it.

The red rock formations of the Grand Canyon are truly a site to see. Make sure you bring enough water for the walk, though.

The Great Wall of China is visible high above the Earth. Plus it's centuries old!

The Christ the Redeemer statue is located in Rio De Janeiro. That's in Brazil, yo!

The Roman Colosseum is a huge remembrance of Italy's past. It's a great site to visit while touring Rome.

Stonehenge is a group of ancient rocks formed mysteriously in Wiltshire. That's in England.

If you've seen "Avengers: Infinity War," then you'll see a cameo of the Banaue Rice Terraces in one scene there with Thanos. Yep, they shot that in the Philippines where it's found.

Head on to Agra in India if you want to see the famed Taj Mahal. This mausoleum is picturesque indeed, so ready your cameras!

Machu Picchu is basically an ancient fortress of sorts, located atop the Andes Mountains. So be ready for that climb!

Petra's vast structure is made out of pink sandstone. That's why it's pretty to look at, when the sun shines on it.

The beautifully built Temple of Artemis was part of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Sadly, only ruins and a replica now remain.

If you walk on the sidewalks of Manhattan, you might miss seeing the Empire State Building. It's best viewed from afar, preferably if you're inside another tall building!

Mount Everest is indeed a natural wonder of this planet. It's the highest peak in the world!

Hagia Sophia was originally a place of worship in ancient times. But it's now a museum, and a well-preserved one.

South Korea's World Heritage Site qualifier is Jeju Island. No wonder it's a world wonder, too!

Ha Long Bay is a great tourist destination in Vietnam. Boat tours will take you to the limestone structures there, which qualified it to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Italy is the site of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It leans indeed, but not drastically, over years!

South America is happy that the Amazon Rainforest and the Amazon River are now counted as one of the Seven Wonders of Nature. We earthlings should protect our flora and fauna more.

Eiffel Tower is accessible to tourists walking along Paris. But there are times when it's closed for maintenance work.

The Sydney Opera House is a performing arts place, actually. It's got an interesting design for the roof parts.

The Dead Sea is actually a salt lake. It's very salty, so no living creature can survive there. Plus you'll float if you swim in it!

Easter Island is memorable due to the huge stone monuments there. They are Moai statues of the indigenous people of the area.

The Acropolis of Athens was once a huge fortress-like compound where many temples and other buildings were built. One of these remaining temples is the famed Parthenon.

The huge Iguazu Falls can be found along the border of Argentina and Brazil. The waterfall is part of the Iguazu River.

The grand Panama Canal connects two oceans: the Atlantic and the Pacific. And yes, it's located in the isthmus of Panama.

New York's Statue of Liberty is viewable from several ferries. Its back side is also viewable from a park in New Jersey!

Puerto Princesa Underground River is indeed a natural wonder, located in the island of Palawan, somewhere in the Philippines. You can go on boat tours there, but that's not for the claustrophobics out there.

Angkor Wat is the ancient relic of a megacity. It's located in Cambodia.

Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's a huge fortress area where former rulers stayed in the palace there.

The Galapagos Islands could be found in Ecuador. Charles Darwin formulated most of his evolution theories there, by observing the ecosystem.

Neuschwanstein is a huge castle in Bavaria. It was intended to be the king's palace, but it is now open for tourists and visitors.

The Golden Gate Bridge is found in San Francisco, California. It's a bit chilly there, so wear a jacket before taking a selfie!

The Great Barrier Reef is accessible via Queensland in Australia. It boasts of a very extensive coral reef system, the biggest the world has seen, so UNESCO preserved it as a World Heritage Site.

The very impressive Terracotta Army was discovered in China. The real-looking statues of generals, chariots and even horses were built to protect the very first Chinese emperor in his tomb.

The Red Square is actually a place in the middle of the city. It's nice to walk around this area.

Chichen Itza is a huge Mayan structure of the past. It is a great reminder of life during precolonial times in Mexico.

The Hoover Dam is in the border of Arizona and Nevada. It's accessible if you drive from Las Vegas.

Ever heard of the Komodo Dragon? The island is named after the world's biggest lizard. No wonder!

The Colossus of Rhodes is listed in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Sadly, an ancient earthquake also destroyed it, but parts of it were preserved.

When in Toronto, make sure to visit the CN Tower. It's part of Canadian pride, this structure.

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