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Between Cairo and Rome, find the historic cities that have survived through history
03/Sep/2018
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) - Historical sites that have stood tall over the centuries and centuries in the past seem to have not enjoyed a good fortune in the 21st century - until now. From the devastation of the Syrian city of Aleppo, the devastation of Palmyra during the war, the devastating Buddhist statues in Bamyan, and the ruins of Nimrud outside Mosul in Iraq, there is no doubt that the future of historical monuments does not bode well for the future. But fortunately, there are still some historic sites that have maintained their existence during the 21st century, which every capable person should visit at the earliest opportunity to appreciate the past of humanity and the ingenuity of those who have been able to build cities and wonders in their hands before the era of computers or giant machines. From East to West, get to know some of these destinations that will make your travel experience an exceptional one filled with memories, history and history: 1. Angkor Wat, Cambodia: Angkor Wat was a large city opposite the Cambodian countryside, with a wide network of roads, houses, canals, lakes and temples. 2. Rome, Italy: The Colosseum is a 2,000-year-old landmark in the center of the modern city. 3. Istanbul, Turkey: - The Ottoman Palace of Kabbi is located just a short distance from the historical Hagia Sophia and features many artifacts including the Prophet Moses' stick. 4. Tikal, Guatemala: - Tikal is located in the jungles of Guatemala, a citadel of the Mayan civilization, which offers more than a thousand years of cultural achievements that began 600 BC. 5. Cairo, Egypt: - In addition to the pyramids of Giza on the outskirts of the city, Cairo has a history of more than a thousand years. Al-Moez Ladin Allah Street is one of the most important historical streets in the Islamic Quarter of Cairo. 6. Persepolis, Iran: Persepolis is gaining popularity for visitors. The city was founded in 518 BC by Darius I, ruler of the ancient Athenian Empire in the country. Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto was the capital of the Japanese Empire for more than a thousand years, and today the city still retains its ancient traditions, as well as containing more than a thousand Buddhist temples. 8. Timbuktu, Mali: - Before the invasion of the French colonists, Timbuktu was considered one of the most important learning centers in the world. It is still used to preserve the remaining manuscripts with old methods of preservation today. 9. Machu Picchu, Peru: - The "mysterious" Machu Picchu, built more than 500 years ago, is 8,000 feet high in the Andes. Today, thousands of visitors from around the world are still receiving daily access, although it is difficult to access. 10. Petra, Jordan: - Dating back to 300 BC, Petra is famous for its magnificent buildings carved into the red sandstone cliffs. The valleys and valleys of the old city surround what has created a labyrinth of corridors that have helped keep it secret from strangers for centuries.