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Thomas N Salzano – Five Historical Places in the World

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There are many historical places that are famous because of its architecture, history or stories and people connected to them. Thomas N Salzano a famous traveler and a travel blogger feels that historical places connect the visitors to the culture and people of the place which makes the visit even more special for a traveler.

There are so many historical places that you can visit among which some famous historical places are listed here by Thomas that you should visit:

Machu Picchu

It’s a 15th-century Inca site that is located on a ridge between the Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu mountains in Peru. Machu Picchu has been voted the new seven wonders of the world in a worldwide Internet poll back in 2007. 

Stonehenge

It’s a prehistoric monument located in the English country of Wiltshire. As a fact it is said that Stonehenge was constructed anywhere between 3000 BC to 2000 BC. This site was added to the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites in 1986.

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Colosseum

It’s the most famous trademark in Rome and it was built-in 1st century AD.  It is the largest Roman amphitheater in the world. 

Tikal

In 1979 Tikal, was declared a UNESCO world heritage site. It is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the pre-Columbian Maya Civilization.

Moai Easter Island Moai Statues

Easter Island

Easter Island is also known as Rapa Nui. It is a tiny island known for its huge moai statues that are scattered all over the island.

These are some famous historical places that you should visit at least once in life to experience the beauty of the place and gain knowledge about the history and the culture.

About Post Author

Thomas Salzano

Thomas Salzano is a backpacker, blogger, and an influencer. He has been traveling for 6 years now and capped all 50 states of America and significant lands of Asia and Europe.
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