Architectural and natural wonders with which our planet has are signs of a glorious past in certain regions of the vast land geography. In Asia we can see a wall that divided a country (Wall of China), Africa enigmatic pyramids aligned with the magnetic poles of the earth (Pyramids of Egypt), in Europe a monument that calculates the time with sunlight (Stonehenge) and in America a wonderful and amazing city of stone on top of a mountain (Machupichu). Talking about these wonders is fascinating, but if you do we spoke of other natural and cultural wonders with which our planet has, wonders of which do not have any information about its existence, it sure would stay amazed and astonished.
At this time we will introduce 7 Wonders of the world which have very little information.
1. Great Mosque of Djenne, Mali. It is the largest sacred building made of mud in the world and also the largest made of this material in one piece, with an area of 75 × 75m (5 625m²), is considered a summit of Sudanese-Sahelian architecture. The mosque is in the center of the small town of Djenne, Mali, inland Niger Delta. It is one of the most famous monuments in Africa since 1988 and is considered, along with the old town of Djenne, a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
2. Chand Baori, India. Chand Baori is a famous stepped water tank or Baoli, Baodi, baori. Located in the village of Abhaneri near Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan.
Located opposite the Harshat Mata temple was built, it is believed, in 800 d. C. by the king of the Chahamana Chand Dynasty and is considered one of the largest and deepest of India. 3500 contains 13 levels with steps at a depth of 20 meters.
3. Parliament Palace, Romania. The Palace of the Romanian Parliament is the seat of both chambers of the Romanian Parliament. It is located on the Hill Spirii (Romanian: Dealul Spirii) in the center of Bucharest, being the world’s largest civilian administrative building and the world’s second largest building after the Pentagon US. It is also the most expensive and heavy administrative building. It extends over a total area of 340,000 sqm.
4. Old Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Bridge Herzegovina city of Mostar on the Neretva River, is one of the most famous landmarks of the former Yugoslavia. The bridge, along the surrounding neighborhood in the old city of Mostar, is part of a World Heritage Site since 2005.
5. Fort Kumbhalgarh, India. Kumbhalgarh is a Mewar fortress in the western part of the Aravalli mountains, in the Rajsamand district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It has been declared a World Heritage Site. Built in the fifteenth century by Rana Kumbha and expanded in the nineteenth, Kumbhalgarh is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, the great king and warrior of Mewar. Inhabited until the late nineteenth century, the fort is open to the public and is spectacularly lit every night. Kumbalgarh is located 82 kilometers northwest of Udaipur road. It is the most important fort in Mewar after Chittaurgarh.
In 2013, at the 37th session of the World Heritage Committee held in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Kumbhalgarh, along with five other forts of Rajasthan, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
6. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Iran. The Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque or the oratory of the Shah, is one of the best works of Iranian culture, was built when the Safavid dynasty still prevailed. It is located on the east side of the square Naghsh-i Jahan in Isfahan, Iran.
Its construction lasted a long period of time, sixteen years according to sources, and two dates are placed in the decoration: in the vault and the mihrab. The architect (Mimar) of the building was Muhammad Reza ibn Ustad Hosein Banna Isfahani and the calligrapher Ali Riza-i Abbasi, they contruirla finished in 1618. It is necessary to distinguish the painter, calligrapher and famous designer Riza Abbasi active at the same weather.
7. Derawar, Pakistan. Derawar Fort is a large square fortress in Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan. The forty bastions of Derawar are visible for many miles in Cholistan desert. The walls have a circumference of 1500 m and stand up to thirty meters.
Derawar Fort was built by Rai Jajja Bhatti. Bhatti Rajput ruler of the clan. The fortress was built in the ninth century AD as a tribute to Rawal Deoraj Bhatti, a sovereign Rajput king of Jaisalmer and the Bahawalpur area which had its capital in Lodhruva. Initially, the fort was known as Dera Rawal, later known as Dera Rawar and over time turned out to be Derawar, the current name of the fortress.