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1. CHEOPS PYRAMID Erdal OYLUM Hatice Uluğ Primary School Mersin/TURKEY

1.1. Giza,Egypt

1.2. 146 meters tall

1.2.1. The tallest structure in the world before the Eiffel Tower was built

1.3. 20 years to construct

1.4. a defining symbol of Egypt

1.4.1. Also known as Cheops

1.5. Built between 2589 and 2504 BC

1.5.1. some 4,500 years ago

1.6. Built during the reign of the king Khufu

1.7. Comprised of over two million blocks of stone

1.8. How it was built still puzzles people in the modern day.

2. The Colossus of Rhodes NURAY ARDIÇ İSTANBUL-KADIKÖY -HALİL TÜRKKAN ORTAOKULU

2.1. It is estimated that the statue was built between 300 and 400 BC.

2.2. Statue of Rhodes 32 mt. Height

2.3. Bronze was used in the construction of the statue.

2.4. The statue of Rhodes, exactly at the entrance of the island of Rhodes, was the gate of the port

2.5. The statue of Rhodes was believed to protect the island of Rhodes and toresist the counter-attacks against the island.

2.6. This work, which is the seven wonders of the world, was made by the famous sculptor Khares for the purpose of a gift to God.

2.7. As a result of an earthquake between 250 BC, the statue of Rhodes was completely destroyed. Only the ruins of the island of Rhodes were reached.

3. Temple of Artemis SELMA TUTKUN ACUR/ÇAYIROVA GÜZELTEPE İLKOKULU

3.1. Also known less precisely as the Temple of Diana

3.2. Located in Izmir Selcuk

3.3. Built about 2700 years ago

3.4. Full marble

3.5. Made for God Artemis

3.6. The construction of the temple was initiated by the Lydian King Kroisos

3.7. a length of 115 metersand a width of 55 meters

3.8. 18 meters height and more than 127 columns

3.9. Remnants of the Temple of Artemis can be seen in the British Museum in London, England.

3.10. Used as both temple and market

4. The Lighthouse of Alexandria RAZİYE GENÇER PETEK/KARAMANOĞLU MEHMET BEY İLKOKULU

4.1. It was built in Alexandria, Egypt.

4.2. Production: M.He. 280-246

4.3. Today, the ruins are flooded.

4.4. It consists of 3 parts, 135 meters high.

4.5. It is the highest of the sealanterns ever built.

4.6. Made entirely of white marble.

4.7. There's a mirror at the top.

4.8. It was built by PtolemyandSoter, the first Kings of the state, on the island of Pharos, opposite the port of Alexandria.

4.9. Since it is one of the Seven Wonders of the world, it is aimed to in form people.

4.10. Among the wonders of the world of ancient times, the only work that has beenused in daily life has been the light house of Alexandria.

5. Mausoleum of Halicarnassus FUNDA MERİÇTEN-KOÇARLI ATATAÜRK PRIMARY SCHOOL-TURKEY

5.1. The floor of the mausoleum is 32 X 38 meters..

5.2. The mausoleum consists of four parts.

5.3. There are a temple section with 36 Ionic columns on the lower pedestal, nine on the sides and nine on the short side.

5.4. The roof of the pyramid is 24 steps.

5.5. There are statues of Mausolos and his wife in the car, which is pulled by four horses on the roof.

5.6. The height of the monumental tomb is 55 meters.

5.7. The height is approximately equal to the height of a twenty-story building.

6. Hanging Gardens of Babylon YASEMİN İNCE KOÇAK İSTIKLAL İ.O. ALTINTAŞ/KÜTAHYA

6.1. located in what is now modern Iraq.

6.2. built by King Nebuchadnezzar II for his homesick bride in what is now modern Iraq.

6.3. there are doubts as to whether they ever physically existed.

6.4. If the gardens actually existed, it would have taken 8,200 gallons of water each day to keep the plants watered.

6.5. There are many clay tablets that exist from the time period when the Hanging Gardens would have existed. None of these ancient tablets mention the Hanging Gardens.

6.6. In the ‘Hanging Gardens', the plants did not actually hang. They grew from many different levels of terraces (similar to balconies).

6.7. A Greek historian named Diordorus Siculus described the gardens as being 400 feet wide by 400 feet long. He also said that the walls were more than 80 feet high.

6.8. Recent excavations have found traces of aqueducts near Nineveh, which would have supported such a garden. Nineveh is 300 miles away from Babylon.

7. The Statue of Zeus GÖZDE PINAR OBALI- MEHMET AKİF PRIMARY SCHOOL/ TURKEY

7.1. .

7.2. The Statue of Zeus in Olympia, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is the only example in continental Greece among wonders.

7.3. It is said to be about 32 meters tall.

7.4. The statue of Zeus depicts the god sitting on his throne.

7.5. The sculpture was built in the year 450 BC at Olympia in Greece.

8. The Statue of Zeus MEHTAP ÖZCE CÖMERTOĞLU-TEVFİK YARAMANOĞLU PRİMARY SCHOOL ELAZIĞ

9. THE STATUE OF ZEUS SENEM KIYICI KAHRAMAN Halilbeyli Hatice Ali Katrancı Primary School

9.1. The monumental statue of Zeus at Olympia in Greece was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

9.2. it is the smallest of the seven greats of the world.

9.3. The statue of Zeus depicts the god sitting on his throne.

9.4. The sculpture is 11.5 meters long

9.5. The statue of Zeus is made of gold,ivory and various expensive, exotic materials

9.6. Today in Olympia, there are almost no remains of the statue

10. MAUSOLEUM OF HALICARNASSUS AYŞE KÖSEOĞLU ATAKAN- YENİBOSNA DOĞU SANAYİ PRIMARY SCHOOL.

10.1. It is considered one of the seven wonders of the world.

10.2. Formerly known as Halicarnassus was built in today's Bodrum

10.3. The monument was built by his wife and sister for the king of Caria Mausolos who died in 353 BC

10.4. It is a monumental tomb built using Greek architecture and Egyptian architecture.

10.5. The columns are characterized by the fascination of Greek architecture, the pyramid roof and the characteristics of Egyptian architecture.

10.6. The interior of the mausoleum, which is now an open-air museum, resembles a Bodrum type house..

10.7. On the left side, there are reliefs, drawings and drawings of the mausoleum.

11. Hanging Gardens of Babylon BİRSEN KARAMANLI ATATÜRK İLKOKULU AYDIN

12. Temple of Artemis Yelda KUŞCU KILIÇARSLAN 75.YIL CUMHURİYET İLKOKULU

12.1. it was a temple where Artemis temple was built and worshipped and worshipped by people who had many different beliefs during periods and later.

12.2. it was built in 550 B.C.

12.3. Izmir is located in the ancient city of Selçuk.

12.4. Artemis temple was built as a product of a project of approximately 120 years.

12.5. the length of the temple is approximately 115 meters.

12.6. it has a width of up to 55 meters.

12.7. all made of marble.

12.8. the number of columns is 127 units and made in Ionic style.

12.9. Apart from the Temple Of Artemis, it is known as the Temple of Diana.

12.10. The Goddess was dedicated to Artemis.The Temple was built by the Lydian king Krisos.