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Niagara falls. It is in North America, The Horseshoe Falls drop about 173 feet . The Suez Canal.
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Niagara falls It is in North America,The Horseshoe Falls drop about 173 feet
The Suez Canal The canal is single lane with passing places in Ballahseawater flows freely through the canal. In general, the canal north of the Bitter Lakes flows north in winter and south in summer. The current south of the lakes changes with the tide at Suez.[
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis bordering what is now El Giza, Egypt. It is the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and the only one to remain largely intact
The Aztec Temple Height: 65m/215ft (sun) 42m/138ft (moon)The gods: Tlaloc and Chalchihuitlicue (or the Sun and the Moon)Distinctives: The pyramid of the sun is the 3rd largest in the worldCovering: At their peak, it's believed the pyramids were plastered and painted bright red
The North Sea Protection Works An artificial barrier in an estuary, lake or river. This is an area which lays below sea-level and which is defended from flooding. The North Sea protection works known as "Zuiderzee Works" is a man made dam, land reclamation and water, and the lagest hydraulic enineering project undertaken by the Netherlands the during the twentieth century. Because much of the Netherlands lies below sea level, a series of dams, floodgates and surge barriers have been built to keep the sea from flooding the country during storms.
Angel Falls it is in Venezuela and It is the world's highest uninterrupted waterfall
The Great Temple of Abu Simbel Construction of the temple complex started in approximately 1264 B.C. and lasted for about 20 years, until 1244 B.C. Known as the "Temple of Ramesses, beloved by Amun," it was one of six rock temples erected in Nubia during the long reign of Ramesses II. Their purpose was to impress Egypt's southern neighbors, and also to reinforce the status of Egyptian religion in the region. Historians say that the design of Abu Simbel expresses a measure of ego and pride in Ramesses II.
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