The UNESCO World Heritage List, sited this Mosque , in 1988.
The structure has 3, 500 perfectly symmetrical steps,
This inverted pyramid structure is located in Abhaneri, a small village in India
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.
Founded whilst Romania was still a Socialist Republic., and also considered to be the world's largest buildings,T
stands 12 storeys high, with an extra eight storeys underground
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.
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.
This mosque was founded between 1602 and 1619.This mosque is unique as it features unique as it features no courtyard or minarets. This Mosque was the place for the ladies of the Shah's harem, as
Founded in 1733, the Derawar fort, consists of 40 Bastions, standing 30 m high, within the desert of Pakistan