Seven Wonders of the World – A Book Review


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The Seven Wonders of the World is a wonderful book. The author, Michael Crichton, did a lot of research and created a wonderful story about Seven Wonders of the World. The book is a journey of Crichton’s personal experiences in seven different destinations around the world. He has taken a lot of pictures from all over the place too. These are collected in this book.

Seven Wonders Of The World

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The book is a travel guide to seven wonders of the world. Crichton starts his adventure in Paris and covers the Pyramids of Giza, The Sahara Desert, The Orient, The Caribbean, The Ceremony and The Galapagos Islands. The author gives an account of what each wonder is about and the history about it. I especially like the part where he describes the colors of the pyramids and compares them to the rainbow. I have also read other books that have a similar description of these wonders, so I know that this is not an accurate description.

After leaving Paris the book then goes to Tokyo, China, New Delhi, Pakistan, Moscow, Egypt, Bangalore, Madagascar and Paris again. All the places were really beautiful, but I think that the author could have stayed a little longer in some of the places. The author seems to like Mumbai and that is evident from the list of locations for the book. It would have been interesting to see what the Taj Mahal looked like from the air. It certainly would have been an interesting part of the journey.

I really liked the part about the Galapagos islands and they are spectacular. The author is right that the Galapagos Islands is seven wonders of the world and they should be seen. The islands are called such because of the many animals and plants that can be found on them. It is interesting that they were used by Charles Darwin as a testing ground for his theory of evolution.

The book then goes to Africa and covers the largest country in the world: Nigeria. The author does not mention what country it is, but it is a large African country. There are seven wonders in all of Africa and the book has pictures of all of them. The ones in the list are: The Victoria Falls, Akaroa Harbour, Kilimanjaro Mountain, Hluhluwe Natural Park, Great Rift Valley, Ngorongoro Crater, the Okavango Delta and the Zambezi River.

Australia Is Most Interesting Part

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Australia is another place that is on the short list. It is only one of the seven wonders of the world, but it is on the top ten. This is because of the Great Barrier Reef there. Australia is a very interesting country and it is full of wildlife and beautiful scenery.

The seven wonders in India are the Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Jain Temples, Hawa Mahal, Varanasi Temple and Jantar Mantar, all in Jaipur. These are wonderful tourist attractions that will make any traveler’s day. They are beautiful, they are majestic and people should do at least one day to see them. No matter where you travel in India, these sites are near and available to you.

I hope that this list is helpful to those who are interested in learning more about the seven wonders of the world. In fact, it might be useful to people planning trips to India as well. That is why there is no better time to learn more about these wonders of the world than now. Why not take a trip now and find out for yourself? You won’t regret it.

Some More Beautiful Landmarks

Next, let us look at the seven wonders of the world that have inspired great writers and artists. Of course, when you mention seven wonders of the world, most people think of the world famous Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. These are wonderful landmarks that are absolutely amazing. However, there are other wonders of the world that should also be mentioned here. The following seven wonders of the world are more than enough to make anyone happy.

I have always loved the way that the sight of Manhattan Island makes me feel like I am in another time. I can picture the wealthy merchants of old sailing their craft across the water to visit their much beloved city. If they had been good enough, they would have seen the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Brooklyn Museum on the way, but they didn’t. They could have stayed longer, enjoyed the sites, seen more New York City sights, and maybe even made some money off their voyages. For me, seeing these seven wonders of the world is a trip back in time and a present day memory.

Conclusion

My next favorite seven wonders of the world are the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Coliseum, the Pyramids, the Chichen Itza, the Taj Mahal, and the Las Vegas Strip. These are sites that have fascinated humanity for centuries. I can still remember feeling like I was in them when I was a kid. And I am still able to experience that sensation whenever I am in Las Vegas today. This is why my book, The Seven Wonders of the World, was written.

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