Although not officially part of the Seven Wonders of the World, the following places/edifices are worth being nominated for a place on the list. Watch and enjoy some of the most stunning natural and man-made creations.
Library of Celsus, Turkey – an imposing and highly impressive former library that was built with a capacity to store 12,000 scrolls and also serve as a monumental tomb for Celsus, a governor of Asia in 115 AD.
Leptis Magna, Libya – ruins of a former Roman Empire city, located in Al Khums, Libya, this is one of the best preserved and astonishing Roman ruins in the Mediterranean, supposedly founded aroun 1100 BC.
Bagan, Myanmar – former capital of several ancient kingdoms in Burma, Bagan or Arimaddanapura or Arimaddana is an ancient city in the mandalay Division of Burma.
Metéora, Greece – one of the most important and beautiful Eastern Orthodox monastery complexes in Greece, comprising six monasteries built on natural sandstone rock pillars.
Valley of Flowers, India – a stunning high-altitude Himalayan valley with breathtaking landscape in such a mountainous area, also present in the Hindu mythology for hundreds of years.
Ajanta Caves, India – rock-sculpted cave monuments, presenting paintings and sculptures that are considered to be masterpieces of Buddhist religious art, as well as universal pictorial art, dating back to the second centur
Toru?, Poland – is a medieval town in northern Poland and the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus, with a nearby settlement, dated by archeologists to 1100 BC.
Tower of Hercules, Spain – this 55 meters tall ancient Roman lighthouse is situated on a peninsula 1.5 km away from the centre of A Coruña, Galicia, in the north-west of Spain, being almost 1900 years old.
Sigirya, Sri Lanka – translated the Lion’s Rock, Sigirya represents the ruins of an ancient rock fortress and palace situated in central Matale Distrcit of Sri Lanka.
Banaue Rice terraces, Philippines are a 2000-year-old man-made creation, terraces carved into the mountains of Ifugao, Philippines.