Seven Epic World Photographs Of Historical Landmarks Voted By Quora MembersTranslate

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Categories: Art · Lifestyle · Photography     Tags: Great Mosque Of Djenné · Mali · Chand Baori · Romanian Palace Of The Parliament · Stari Most · The Old Bridge Bosnia · Kumbhalgarh Fort · India · Iranian Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque · Derawar Fort · Pakistan · Quora Site · Yahoo Answers · Ask.com · Intriguing Questions · Quora

Quora, is a popular question and answer site, where users can post questions on a variety of different topics, similar to sites like ask.com and Yahoo answers. Quora has received a lot of good reviews and the sites popularity has increased dramatically. 

However unlike yahoo Answers, there are more detailed answers to any given question and spamming and  silly comments are virtually non existent. 

Today we’d like to share with you the results of a very intriguing question, asked and answered by members of the Quora community:

 "What are some lesser known architectural landmarks in the world"?

Here are the results:

Scientists are still trying to determine the date that this was first built, currently their estimation, is that it was somewhere between the IX and XI centuries.  

Herzegovina, Bosnia 'Stari Most '

Herzegovina, Bosnia 'Stari Most '
This pedestrian bridge over the Neretva River in the city of Mostar is a modernised replica c of the ancient bridge that was destroyed by Bosnian Croat forces in 1993. The Stari Most was also included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005. 

India-The Kumbhalgarh Fort,

India-The Kumbhalgarh Fort,
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The Kumbhalgarh Fort , also referred to as the great wall , still stands, relatively undamaged during the  wars. In ancient times, this was known as the ’Guardian of Death’ or the ’Eye of Mewar.’ . It took a whole century, from XV to XVI, to build it. 

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