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    Key Stage 3 Geography: The 'New' Wonders of the World Key Stage 3 Geography: The 'New' Wonders of the World Presentation Transcript

    • The ‘New’ Wonders of the World
    • Timbuktu (12th Century) - Mali
    • The Pyramids of Giza (2600-2500 BC) - Eygpt
    • Petra (ca 100 BC-100 AD) - Jordan
    • Statues of Easter Island (10th – 16th Century) – Easter Island
    • Machu Picchu (ca 1440) - Peru
    • Christ Redeemer (1931) – Rio de Janiero, Brazil
    • The Pyramid at Chichén Itzà (ca 800) - Mexico
    • The Statue of Liberty (1886) – New York City, USA
    • Stonehenge (3000 BC – 1600 BC) – United Kingdom
    • The Eiffel Tower (1887 – 1889) – Paris, France
    • Albambra (12th Century) – Granada, Spain
    • The Colosseum (70 – 82) – Rome, Italy
    • Neuschwanstein Castle (1869 – 1884) – Schwangau, Germany
    • The Acropolis (450 – 330 BC) – Athens, Greece
    • Hagia Sophia (532 – 537) – Istanbul, Turkey
    • The Kremlin/Saint Basil’s (1156 – 1850) – Moscow, Russia
    • Kiyomizu Temple (749 – 1855) – Kyoto, Japan
    • The Great Wall of China (220 BC – 1668 AD) - China
    • The Taj Mahal (1630) – Agra, India
    • Angkor (12th Century) – Siem Reap, Cambodia
    • Sydney Opera House (1954 – 1973) – Sydney, Australia
    • All the images in this PowerPoint were sources from www.flickr.com – links to each photo can be found here: http://www.geographyalltheway.com/holiday_school/world_wonders/new_world_wonders.htm