7 Wonders Of The World You Ve Likely Never Heard Of

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We all know about famous attractions like the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China or the Taj Mahal. But there are other grand, ancient buildings even the most avid travelers have never heard of.

Great Mosque of Djenné, Mali

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The Great Mosque of Djenné is over 100 years old and it’s the largest mud-brick building in the world. In 1988, it was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a part of the old city of Djenné. At the moment, the mosque is closed for tourists. Presumably, these measures were taken in 1996 after a candid photoshoot for Vogue magazine took place here.

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Chand Baori, India

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Chand Baori, located in the small Indian village of Abhaneri, is one of the world’s oldest and deepest stairwells. The giant structure, resembling an inverted pyramid, goes underground for 100 feet. There are three walls that have 3,500 narrow steps arranged in perfect symmetry built into the sides, leading down to a small greenish lake. Scientists are still determining whether the stairwell was built between the IX and XI centuries or 600…

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