Ed Leedskalnin, a Latvian immigrant, who built a monument called the monument of love lost. Weird! His story is just like a blue romance.Ed began Leedskaini was built a that monument in 1923, after a refusing by his fiancee in Latvia just days before their wedding. And he dedicated his life to finish the monument.
Coral Castle theMonument of the Love Lost
11. Peru’s Chavín de Huantar Ruins
Although not as famous as Machu Picchu, the ruins of Chavin de Huantardi Peru is also an interesting World Heritage sites containing theremains of artifacts that was built by the Chavin, a pre-Inca culture, around 900 BC.
Peru's Chavín de Huantar Ruins
10. Great Zimbabwe Ruins
Few people know that Zimbabwe, Africa, has one of theoldest ancient stone ruins in the world. Its location is in the countryside. Allegedly, the ruins of an ancient stone was building that was inhabited by 18,000 people. Because of its great, the ruinsthen called the Great Zimbabwe Ruins.
Great Zimbabwe Ruins
9. Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is the most well preserved Inca city. This royal city hidden in the Andes mountains of Peru, located highin the mountains with a steep road but on a flat top. A location, which was the place where the Incas hideout from Spain.
8. Stonehenge, Prehistoric Monuments in England
Perhaps theancient monument that is still in good condition is Stonehenge, located in Wiltshire, England. These ancient buildings have been built in 2500 BC, but then experienced continuous revision andrenovation during the 1400 year. Despite all the theories and speculations on it, no one knows what was the original purpose of this prehistoric monument and remains one of the biggest mysteries of the earth.Stonehenge, Prehistoric Monument in England
7. Easter Island
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua, is a Polynesian island in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, the most famous...