Famous And Yet Amazing Archaeological Discoveries You May Want To Visit One Day

The monuments are a historical heritage that witness to the ancient
civilizations and the rites that they practiced in these monuments, these
monuments were constructed for different reasons but are limited to the need
for these civilizations to settle and protect their properties from various
attacks, the most important characteristic of these monuments is their attractive
architectural design, and the world's population visit these places in order to
see this beautiful history, and the ministries of antiquities in the various
countries try to preserve these monuments.

And we introduce here many of these strange archaeological discovers like: 


Great Wall of China:

The wall was built over several periods under the reign of the ruler
Turkiu Subhio Chango, Parts of it were built in order to protect China from the
multiple attacks led by the Mongols and Turks or the so-called northern
peoples, Qin Shi Huang is the most prominent human element in building a large
proportion of the wall, In 221 BC, the unification of China and its union was
completed in order to complete the construction of the wall which was completed
in 204 BC, The number of participants in the construction of the wall was about

 Famous And Yet Amazing Archaeological Discoveries You May Want To Visit One Day



 The Mongol king of India, Shah
Jihan, ordered the building to be a shrine to his wife, whom she loved so much,
when she died, she gave birth to the 14th son of Shah, who continued to build
for almost 16 years. One of the beautiful architectural arts that brought
together Persian and Ottoman art.

 Famous And Yet Amazing Archaeological Discoveries You May Want To Visit One Day


hidden rooms inside the tomb of Tutankhamun:

 The tomb of the Egyptian
pharaoh Tutankhamun is still a mystery to scientists, it is thought that there
were hidden chambers in the small pharaoh's tomb for thousands of years and was
ignored by the discoverer of the tomb of Howard Carter when he found it in the
Valley of the Kings in 1920,and "Nicholas Reeves" After scanning
using radar and thermal imaging there he found there are empty spaces, and he believed
to be the burial chamber of Queen Nefertiti that lies behind one of the walls
of the cemetery , and all archaeologists said that "There is still much to
be learned about the Valley of the Kings."


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