5 Landmarks Which Can Be Consider As 8th Wonder Of The World

We believe that there are some landmarks out there that also deserve the number eight spot.

This post is about the five landmarks that deserve to be called the eighth wonder of the world.

The Golden Bridge

The Golden Bridge located in Viet Nam’s Vana Hills. It has been wowing tourists from around the world ever since it opened in June 2018. This 490-foot long pedestrian bridge was created to help connect a cable car station in the area to the TNT garden. It was created to provide a scenic view and to serve as a tourist attraction in itself. The design is very beautiful which includes two giant stone hands that were made to look as if they’re supporting the golden structure. It is at 3,280 feet above sea level which provides a breathtaking view from way up in the sky. That’s why the golden bridge deserves to be the eighth wonder of the world.

Easter Island Heads

The Moai also known as the Easter Island heads, are monolithic human figures located on Easter Island. This can be found on the east edge of the Polynesian triangle. They were carved by the Rapa Nui people between the years 1250 and 1500 AD. No one really knows why the Rapa Nui undertook such a task. It’s suspected that these figures were carved in honor of their ancestors Chiefs and other important people.

Hagia Sophia

It is a former church and a former mosque. In 1935, it was converted into a museum wherein both Christian and Muslim art could be admired. It is one of the most visited museums in the world. Also been called the eighth wonder of the world, as far back as the sixth century. It is located in Istanbul, Turkey. Each year, millions of people visit this museum.

Kremlin & The Red Square

Together the Kremlin and Red Square make up one of the most iconic places in Moscow, Russia. In fact, it is just showing you a photo of these colorful domes. The Domes actually belong to st. Basil’s Cathedral which sits on the red square below the ramparts of the Kremlin. In the 1600s the area was a top spot for high-profile executions. In the 20th century, the red square is most famous for being the site of the official Soviet military parade. It would be a fine contender for the 8th wonder of the world.

Neuschwanstein Castle

We’re not into picking favorites, but just look at how gorgeous the Neuschwanstein castle is. It looks like a building that came straight out of a fairy tale. Located in Bavaria, Germany. It took 26 years to be officially done. This castle is such a sight to behold that Walt Disney even based the iconic Disney castle after it. Most popular in Europe. This dream building was constructed in a style of old German knights castles. It’s worthy of being the world’s eighth wonder.