Many people never consider witnessing the tiny tots of the historical places. However, visiting historical places can be beneficial for you. Roaming around the city and having a perfect view of the breath-taking monuments, buildings, and landmarks can make you learn many new things about historical places. These historical places not only allow you to witness human history but you can know more about civilization.
The interactive tourist destinations are dotted with amazing lush green surroundings and stunning nature. Over thousands of years, these exotic places are well preserved. The ancient civilization mainly builds the incredible and breathtaking ancient sites. Deciding and making the list of these historical sites is a very tough task. Below are some historical sites and monuments where you can explore the amazing story of the hidden gems.
Christ the Redeemer
A Deco Statue of the famous Jesus Christ “Christ the Redeemer” is located in Rio, Brazil. It is known to be the largest virtual statue in the whole world which is 39.6 meters. The gigantic art statue consists of a pedestal which is 9.5 meters. It is located at mount Corcovado in the lush green Tijuca forest at the highest peak of 700 meters. “Christ the Redeemer” is labeled as a stellar icon of South America.
Parthenon is one of the most loved historical places in the world located in Europe. The amazing structure was built in the 5th century BC. Parthenon is explicitly dedicated to the Greek Goddess known as Athena. The famous temple was constructed during the Athenian Empire and was destroyed on 480 BC during Persian Invasion. However, in 6th century AD, the whole structure was converted into a church that is dedicated to Mother of God- Mary. It was not less than a miracle that after a huge bombardment the basic structure is well preserved and adds beauty to the amazing structure.
The amazing Buddhist statue is located in the Northcentral of Thailand. Sukhothai means “Dawn of Happiness,” and the Sukhothai city was the capital of a mighty kingdom of Sukhothai, i.e., Thai or Siam. The city is dotted with endless numbers of monuments and historic temples that are well designated and restored by the World Heritage site of UNESCO.
Petra is originally known as Rose city or Raqmu and is located in the ancient city of Jordan and was established in 312 BC. Petra is known as the Rose City or Raqmu because of the stone which is used in the gigantic structure. Petra is known to be a precious property which describes the rich cultural heritage. According to a magazine, the famous structure was given a place in the “28 places to see before you die”. The Swiss Explorers discovered the breathtaking structure in 1812.
These historical places are mostly flanked with dozens of travelers. If you don’t want to miss a single place from this list, then pack your bags and fly. Explore the beauty of the historical place and the ancient structure.