Now, we do not have exact pictures of the temple of Diana, as its usually called, but what you see above is a model of this temple which was erected in Turkey. Constructed in 556 BC in ancient Ephesus, it was re-built 3 times before its final destruction in 356 BC by fire. I guess … Continue reading Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – Temple of Artemis
The hanging gardens of Babylon - a master piece which is acclaimed as probably the only legendary wonder. Created in 600 BC by king Nebuchadnezzar II and was destroyed by earthquakes after 1st Century BC. With so many hanging floral around a kingdom, I openly wonder if they had snakes as their next door neighbors. A … Continue reading Seven Wonders of the World – Hanging Gardens of Babylon
The seven wonders of the world have been great artifacts that would really be wonderful to see in person and I aspire to see the ones still in existence one day. The first of them is the Great Pyramid of Giza which was built in 2560-2540BC and presumed to be built as a tomb for … Continue reading Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – The Great Pyramid of Giza
We've wondered several times what an earthquake really is. In this part of the world, we've not been recipients of this terror of nature but it's extremely important to note that it has caused the loss of thousands of lives and destruction of properties. The earth indeed quakes and gives way, destroying anything and everything in its path!