Discover the mystery surrounding Stonehenge, the Incan wonder of Machu Picchu, the Khmer majesty of Angkor Wat, and the rose-red heritage of Petra. These sites are in addition to the Vijayanagara splendour of Hampi, the rock-hewn multiplicity of Ellora, the Greek majesty of Acropolis, and the Mayan enigma of Chichen Itza. Eight ruins, each a glimpse into the wonder of our prehistoric era.
There are eight fascinating sites from Hampi to Ellora, including the detailed sculptures of India, the grand Acropolis of Greece, the mystery of Chichen Itza, and more.
The ruins of this historic city provide insight into the Vijayanagara Empire. Famous buildings include the Virupaksha Temple and the Vittala Temple with its recognizable stone chariot.
The Nabatean nation’s capital was Petra. Visitors are welcomed to this ancient desert city by the magnificent façade of the Treasury. There are intricate tombs and temples.
Chichen Itza, Mexico
Chichen Itza, a hub of Mayan culture, is home to the astronomically impressive El Castillo pyramid. Equinoxes provide an optical illusion of a serpent descending the pyramid in the form of shadows.
The Acropolis is a representation of classical Greek culture. It is a memorial to Athena and is dominated by the Parthenon, a masterpiece of Doric architecture.
Ellora’s caves, which were carved into the volcanic rock between the fifth and tenth centuries, exhibit a combination of Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain art.
The enormous stones that make up Stonehenge’s round structure date back 4,500 years. The reason is still unknown, and hypotheses range from astronomical observatory to sacred place.
Angor wat, Cambodia
A marvel of Khmer architecture is Angkor Wat. Hindu epics and cosmic iconography are depicted in its elaborate sculptures and galleries.
Machu Pichu, Peru
Machu Picchu, an Incan fortress perched atop the Andes, is known for its elaborate terraces, temples, and homes. Grand stone masonry and a magnificent mountain setting define The Lost City.