Ready to explore the world? Well, you don't have to go far—just take a virtual tour of some of the most amazing monuments around the world. From ancient structures like Stonehenge and Monte Cristo to more modern marvels like the Great Sphinx, these monuments will leave you in awe. So grab your passport and let's get started!

The Great Sphinx of Giza
The Great Sphinx of Giza stands guard at the entrance to the Valley of Kings in Egypt. This massive limestone sculpture is believed to have been constructed around 2500 BC and is believed to represent Pharaoh Khafre or his father, Pharaoh Khufu. The monument measures 66 feet high by 240 feet long and its face is said to be a representation of either Khafre or his god, Horus. Its body is also believed to be a representation of a lion, which was an important symbol in Ancient Egypt. It is one of the most famous monuments in the world and its mystery has captivated people for centuries.

Stonehenge might just be one of England’s most iconic landmarks – if not one of Europe’s best known ancient sites – but unlike other monuments on this list, nobody really knows why it was built or what purpose it served thousands years ago when it was first erected by Neolithic man. What we do know however is that Stonehenge consists mainly out of large sarsen stones arranged together in an almost perfect circle formation with smaller bluestones placed inside it; with many speculating that it could have served as an astronomical observatory or even a temple devoted to Pagan gods thousands years ago when human life was still relatively primitive compared to now.
These are just three examples of some truly remarkable monuments around the world that are worth exploring on your next vacation (or right now if you're just taking a "mental vacation"!). Visiting these places can offer insight into our past while giving us glimpses into our future—and maybe even inspiring us along our own paths in life! So don't wait any longer—let's go explore these amazing monuments together!
March 27, 2023

Leave a comment

Please note: comments must be approved before they are published.