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Name: lonnie d roberts
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Date: Around 1993


Question:
Of the ancient wonders of the world, which one do you think is the greatest?



Replies:
My personal choice would be the great pyramids. To actually witness their massive size in consideration of the fact that they were built in ages predating modern construction equipment and theory is truly awesome. Add to this that they have withstood years (centuries) of adverse environmental conditions and really still look good for their wear. Which of the ancient wonders do YOU think is the greatest, and why?

rickru


I, too, would pick the Great Pyramids at Giza, for the same reasons as Ric above, because I have been there AND because they are the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World that are still around (I think . . . I can never remember them all: the pyramids, the lighthouse at Alexandria, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Rhodes statue, . . . )

jade hawk


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