the Months touristic monuments in the world

the Months touristic monuments in the world

the Months touristic monuments in the world

 Countries closed their most important and most famous tourist attractions after the outbreak of the new Coronavirus; To prevent the transmission of infection between visitors, but you can still enjoy seeing the most important places and tourist attractions around the world through virtual tours that you do, while you sit on comfortable sofas and chairs in your homes, all you have to do is click on the button, and enjoy seeing the famous landmarks that we review in the following.

Machu Picchu - Peru

 There are still many vague details about how this exciting site was created. The city of Machu Picchu was built in the Andes at 2,430 meters above sea level in about 1450 AD, and the entire construction process was completed without wheels or animals to transport the huge stones up the mountain. You can explore the city by viewing 360-degree photos on a virtual tour on YouVisit. The tour also offers an audio commentary that provides a great deal of information on architecture and history. In order to enjoy an interactive tour, you should visit the "Airpano" website; In it you will find a great deal of stunning city photos.

Pyramids of Giza - Egypt

 The pyramids of Giza were built about 4,500 years ago as tombs of the pharaohs, you can enjoy an amazing virtual tour on Google Maps and see walking paths around the site and the magnificent structures, including a tour of the Great Pyramid and the Pyramid of Khafre, as well as the Great Sphinx.

Eiffel Tower - Paris

 Enjoy watching one of the most important and most visited tourist attractions in the world in this interactive tour on Google Maps, which accompanies travelers to the viewing platform, which has a height of 324 meters, you will discover the galleries and museums that were established from 1887 to 1889, and there are 360-degree shots showing the entire city of Paris.

Taj Mahal - India

It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan for his wife Mumtaz Mahal as a symbol of eternal love, and it is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in India and the world. It took 22 years to build, and used white marble dating back to the 17th century, drawing on Persian, Islamic and Indian architectural styles. Google Maps provides you with a virtual tour around the shrine, as well as you will see wonderful views of the gardens and the mosque, as well as 360-degree photos of the dome and minarets overlooking the Yamuna River.

Petra - Jordan

 One of the oldest cities in the world, it is believed that the Nabateans built this charming sand city in the third century BC, and although 85% of the city is still underground, a huge number of tourists are keen to see this pink city. Google Maps offers you an online virtual tour that takes you to see Petra's most famous monuments, the Siq gorge, temple ruins, the treasury and many famous buildings.

Colosseum - Rome

 The largest amphitheater in the world can contain between 50 thousand and 80 thousand people, it was built to allow the follow-up of sporting events and fighting, but about two-thirds of the building was destroyed years ago, and yet it remains one of the most famous and popular tourist places in Italy. You can take a virtual tour on the "AirPano" that allows you to walk inside, move around the different levels, and see 360-degree photos.

Christ the Redeemer - Rio de Janeiro

 It is 30 meters tall at the top of Corcovado Mountain, and this statue can be seen anywhere in Rio. It is considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world. You can take an interesting virtual tour through "Google Arts and Culture", which allows you the freedom to roam the site, and enjoy the sunset, and stunning landscapes, including seeing Ipanema Beach, Copacabana and Sugarloaf Mountain, and watching 360-degree footage from the top.

 The ancient city of Chichen Itza in the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula has many strange and wonderful features at the same time, and a large number of visitors and tourists frequent it to visit the ancient temple and learn about this culture. A virtual tour on AirPano allows you to see this enchanting site and enjoy 360-degree pictorial images of the pyramid, the Temple of Warriors and other places.

Stonehenge - UK

 Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, dates back 5,000 years, and was a cremation site that includes a group of stones that together form a circle, which historians say have been in this place for about 2,500 years. You can take a virtual tour on the "English Heritage virtual tour" to learn about the English heritage, and see pictures filmed in 360 degrees, with various videos of the famous tourist site, as well as interactive pictures showing more information about how this place was built, and how it looked in Different periods of time.

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