Through the years many cultures left their art and construction, so we could know about how they were part of their existence, there are many statues that are known all around the world but also there are other that we do not know too much about. These pieces of architecture are located in places where people do not go too often, and that’s why these pieces of art are interesting and worth going for a little adventure to all those places.
On the other hand, the modern buildings have been surpising us for the last years but old constructions are also pretty interesting and surprising because of its history, so we can learn how everything happened.
Borobudur, Java, Indonesia
This temple is the largest temple in the world amnd is located in Indonesia. There are nine stacked platforms, six square and three circular, topped by a central dome. The temple was built in the 9th century.
El Mirador, Guatemala
El Mirador is located in Peten, Guatemala just 7 km south of the mexican border. It was considered the greatest Maya city of the preclassic era.
Biet Ghiorgis, Ethiopia
Church of Saint George in Amharic is one of the eleven monolithic churches that are composing the whole settlement of Lalibela. As the other churches of Lalibela, Biet Ghiorgis is hewn from th eliving rock of monolithic blocks that form its primitive form and the details of the doors.
Petra was originally known as Raqmu, this place is a historical and archaeological city located in southern Jordan. This city is very famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system.
Knossos is considered as the oldest city in Europe and also is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete. the palace was abandoned at some unknow time and the reason why is unknow but one of the many disasters that befell the palace is generally put forward.
Derawar Fort, Pakistan
Delawar Fort is a large square fortress in Ahmadpur East Tehsil, Punjab, Pakistan. Delawar Fort was built by Rai Jajja Bhatti in the 9th century as a tribute to Rawal Deoraj Bhatti.