These Wonders, sorted by period of construction are as follows: 1. The Pyramid o f Giza.

* The Great Pyramid of Giza (29 ° 58'45 "N, 31 ° 08'03" E), the oldest and the only one still exists of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the largest of the pyramids served as tomb or cenotaph to the pharaoh of the fourth dynasty of Ancient Egypt Khufu (also known by its Greek name Cheops). The archi tect of the work was Hemon, a relative of Khufu. 2. The Hanging Gardens of Babyl on. Built in 605 BC - 562 BC. Located in Babylon, now Iraq. * The Hanging Garden s of Babylon probably "did not hang" really in the sense of being suspended by r opes. The name comes from a mistranslation of the Greek word kremastos or pensil is Latin term that means not just "hanging" but "stand out" as in the case of a terrace or a balcony. 3. The temple of Artemis. Built around 550 BC - 325 BC. Lo cated in Ephesus, Turkey today. * The Temple of Artemis was a temple located in the city of Ephesus, Turkey, dedicated to the goddess Artemis, called Diana by t he Romans. Its construction was started by King Croesus of Lydia and lasted abou t 120 years. Large and beautiful architecture, was considered one of the Seven W onders of the Ancient World, as described by Antipater of Sidon, who made the fa mous list: 4. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia. Sculpted to 430 BC by Phidias. Loca ted in Olympia, Greece. * The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was created by the famed classical sculptor Phidias about 432 BC in what is now known as Greece, and is part of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. 5. The Mausoleum at Halicarnassu s Tomb. Built around 353 BC. Located in Bodrum, modern Turkey. * According to hi storians, the Mausoleum life has nothing remarkable except the construction of h is tomb. The project was conceived by Artemisia II of Caria, his wife and sister . The construction may have begun during the reign of Mausoleum and may have bee n completed around 350 BC, three years after the death of Mausoleum and a year a fter the death of Artemisia. 6. The Colossus of Rhodes. Built between 294 BC and 282 BC. Located on the island of Rhodes, Greece. * The Colossus of Rhodes was a giant statue of the god Helios, erected on the island of Rhodes, Greece, in the third century BC by the sculptor Chares of Lindos. It was one of the Seven Wond ers of the Ancient World. 7. The Lighthouse of Alexandria. Built between 294 BC and 283 BC. Located in Alexandria, Egypt. * The Lighthouse of Alexandria was a t ower built in the third century BC (between 285 and 247 BC) on the island of Pha ros in Alexandria, Egypt to serve as the reference point of the port and then as a lighthouse. Of these, only one has survived to the present is the Great Pyram id of Giza, which is also the oldest monument. The Great Pyramid was built by th e ancient Egyptians, The Hanging Gardens by the Babylonians and others were buil t by the Greeks of Greece and its colonies: the Mausoleum of Mausollos by Hellen es of Caria, the Lighthouse of Alexandria and the Colossus of Rhodes Hellenistic civilization and the statue of Zeus by the ancient Greeks. NOTE: Images are in order according to their number Keiner towers Valledupar Col ombia

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