It’s been a very long time I visited here, and I’ve missed you all so much. Actually, I went into slight depression because of some things which humanly, I couldn’t avoid, and took an unplanned hiatus from friends and blogging, but hey, I’m fine and back. Yay!
Well, I think the break did some good to me. During one of those days, I realized how beautiful and magnificent our world is. Talk about the moon, the starry sky, the beautiful clouds, the flowers and green plants, the birds of the air, the sea creatures, the sunrise, the sunset and the amazing deep blue sea, one would unarguably accept the fact that we’re blessed. Mankind is blessed.
“Seven Wonders of the World.” That rings a bell, doesn’t it? Of course, it does.
The Seven Wonders of the World are historic beautiful sites known to the Ancient Greek as the most notable locales in their known world.
Although there are new and modern Wonders of the World, we’ll be talking about the Original Ancient ones.
Basically, I’ll be talking about each Wonder on new blog posts, as long articles tend to be boring.
- The Great Pyramid of Giza: Built as a burial site for Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu known as Cheops in Greek (2nd king of the 4th dynasty in Ancient Egypt) in the 26th century BC, the Pyramid of Giza is located about ten miles Southwest of Cairo. Standing at 481 feet high, the great Pyramid was not only the largest pyramid ever built, it remained one of the tallest structures in the world until the late 19th century. Impressing visitors with its massiveness and beauty, it’s no surprise that the Great Pyramid of Giza was considered of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the world.
Amazingly, the Great Pyramid has withstood the test of time, standing for over 4,500 years. It is the only Ancient Wonder to have survived to the present.
What do you think about the Great Pyramid of Giza? Isn’t it magnificent? I’d love to hear from you.