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Hidden Gems Of History- Top & Most Beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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Humans are incredibly creative and this creativity is God gifted. The world is filled with mind-blowing man-made historical sites and wonders. Many among them are recorded under the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are popular over the globe because of their history, otherwise their undefined beauty. Over thousands of years of human history, some amazing stuff was produced.   

To visit the latest well-known attractions in the world, hiking & camping sites, honeymoon sites have become common these days. Exploring historical sites renders some different experiences and the person who loves historical monuments and is inquisitive can only understand the feel of these ancient historical sites. With the breathtaking and incredible view of the historical sites built by an ancient civilization, it is sometimes hard to narrow down the best. 

Everyone has their own perspective in deciding which place is good enough. To explore the best of these hidden gems of history, you need to witness them closely. The historical journey is unlike other several trips to different places. The scenic journey to pristine historic structures that you imagine, the real trip involves a lot of interest, curiosity, and excitement to know the history of the structures. Every historical site has some facts behind their presence and being built. 

We have enlisted some UNESCO protected spots & including some among the most sought tourist attractions around the globe. You should try these historical monuments, if not for just tourist attractions but at least to learn something about the history of our world.  

1. Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

Pyramids of Giza, Egypt

Egypt is known for Pyramids. And the Giza Pyramids is the only lasting wonder of the world and the most famous tourist attraction in the modern world. This unbelievable monument was constructed back when Egypt was the world’s most powerful civilization around 4,500 years ago. While the great Pyramids get the most attention because of the three pyramid complexes, an industrial complex, cementric, and worker’s village i.e. something unmissable over Egypt. These pyramids are some of the oldest sites and certainly among the most impressive. 

2. Great Wall, China

Great Wall, China

Surprisingly, it took more than 2,500 years to build The Great Wall of China that is stretching more than 13,171miles. The wall started building in the 3rd century BC and completed in the 17th century AD, and it was the largest military structure in the world and had great architectural & historic importance. There was a super logical fact behind this wall to protect against foreign invaders. The fortification, made of stone and brick, became the famous symbol of China. To have an entire view of the wall is not possible, tourists explore only a session or two, as it would take more than 177 days with nonstop walking. Frequently visited sections of the wall are Mutianyu and Jinshanling, which are also both popular for hiking and day trips from Beijing.  

3. Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal, a symbol of love, is enough to describe this historical monument. One of the most visited attractions among other historical monuments, this white ivory-white mausoleum was built by Mughul Emperor- Shah Jahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. This is the amazing reason behind the formation of the monument as you will find it made up of white marble brought up from different places including crystal from China. This building was started in 1632 and after the completion, Emperor Shah Jahan cut the hands of the artist who built it in order to stop the construction of the same building in future. This historical monument is such a scenic beauty that it is a must-see for everyone.  

4. Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu, Peru

Rising to mountain forest to almost 8,000 feet above sea level, Machu Picchu is a ruined city list on the tops of the hills that can be accessible only by train or 4 days trekking. Millions of visitors flock to this UNESCO World Heritage site each year to explore the beauty of lush greenery amidst the classic dry stone buildings. Rediscovered by Hiram Bigham in 1911, it was an important cultural center for the Inca Civilization. Now, to protect this world heritage, the number of tourists has been limited and it will limit even more to last this site for hundreds of years more. 

5. Colosseum, Rome

Colosseum, Rome

Being the most popular landmark in Rome, this historical site was built in the 1st Century AD. This great arena could seat 45,000 spectators and was the largest Roman Amphitheater in the world. This historical site is worth visiting not only for its beauty but also for history and age. Due to its age, some of the section is restricted to visit now, especially the floor and basement. The Colosseum is really great to roam around as this single structure can describe the beauty of the entire Roam. While you are on the World Heritage Tour, include Colosseum in your list to enhance your knowledge. 

Our World has many other incredible sites that can attract you at one glimpse. They are not even the best but have some irony to attract a large number of tourists. We find these historical monuments best that will help you to make an ideal list of historical monuments. These will help to let you know about the real facts behind them so that you will have a more positive feeling to witness. 

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