The history of man and his structures began a long time ago, and we have no right to forget it. How many peoples built their cities, which were then abandoned for various reasons, but now we know about their existence. Why not visit them?
- Machu Picchu is an ancient city in which the Incas lived, its appearance has been known since about 1400 AD, but in 1500 the last inhabitant left it. This place was not touched by a human foot until 1911, when Machu Picchu was rediscovered by one of the American historians. Traces of a global flood were also found in the city, which indicates its appearance long before its discovery. Here you can see traces of the life of an ancient civilization, which is interesting for any traveler.
- Petra is the capital of the Nabataean Kingdom. Every part of this city is carved into the rock, every wall and crevice speaks of its age. Here you can see many temples, arches, tombs, as well as the notorious Al-Khazne palace and the amphitheater. His great mystery is that Peter changes color from yellow to red throughout the day.
- The Acropolis of Athens is a godsend for any history buff. A city that has experienced many natural disasters, fires and earthquakes. The Greeks used it during the wars to study the location of enemies. The Parthenon, the temple of the goddess Athena, was also built there. In general, it is believed that the Acropolis is dedicated to Athena, and she is the patroness of this city.
- Angkor Wat - Temple City. It became unique even during its construction, since it was built from top to bottom and was dedicated to the god Vishnu. In ancient times, it was believed that gods dwell there, so the entrance to the central part for ordinary people was prohibited. And now the image of Angkor Wat can be seen even on the flag of Cambodia.