The New 10 Wonders of The World

The world is full of wonders, it is in human nature to try and explain any occurrence both normal and rare in various doctrines. Religion, traditions, and science have over thousands of years done this to some level of satisfaction or acceptance by human beings.

However, there are some occurrences, structures or features of the world that have simply surpassed human comprehension. These features are either so rare, ancient or too complex to be understood and as such are referred to as wonders of the world. Over the years, we’ve had many wonders of the world but as time passes we discover new ones.

Here are some of the 10 new wonders of the world (Click “Next” at the bottom of the page to read the remaining parts of the article).

#10. Chichen Itza

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The Maya people had an upper hand in the artistic world. They developed a system of hieroglyphic writing works of art and sculpture displaying the Mayas intricate sets of style. In Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, they built the Great city of Chichen Itza. The city takes part of its name from the large wells that were its only permanent source of water.

It is believed that live humans were thrown into the wells as sacrifice to the rain gods who lived in its depths. There is a circular building which is thought to be an observatory. By carefully watching the stars, the Maya developed a 365-day calendar and could even predict solar eclipses.

Chichen Itza was influenced by other people since around year 1000 experts believe that the Mayan city was invaded by foreigners. The Mayan people built a pyramid with 365 steps same as the number of days in a solar year to protect themselves and guard their culture.

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