Built in the third century, the El Djem Amphitheater is the largest in Tunisia,North Africa and is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is located in the small village of El Djem, which was known as Thysdrus in Roman times.
African Colosseum in El Djem, Tunisia. El Djem is home to some of the most impressive Roman remains in Africa. The amphitheatre was built in the early century AD and was probably used mainly for gladiator shows and chariot races.
Borobudur (Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia) The world’s largest Buddhist temple, Borobudur is composed of six square platforms with three circular platforms resting on top of them. reliefs and 504 Buddha statues adorn the temple.
30 of the World's Most Impressive Ancient Ruins : Baalbek (Beqaa Governorate, Lebanon) Home to some of Lebanon’s best-preserved Roman ruins, Baalbek can be found in the Beqaa Valley. The city was known as Heliopolis during the Roman period.
30 of the World's Most Impressive Ancient Ruins : Cobá (Quintana Roo, Mexico) Not far from Tulum’s ruins, Cobá was a pre-Columbian Mayan city. At its peak, it is said to have housed over people. The site’s tallest pyramid is 138 feet in height.
Montezuma Castle National Monument (Camp Verde, Arizona, United States) These very well-preserved cliff dwellings can be found in Arizona’s Montezuma Castle National Monument. They were built by the pre-Columbian Sinagua people
Sabratha in the Zawiya District of Libya was the westernmost of the ancient "three cities" of Roman Tripolis. It lies on the Mediterranean coast 41 mi. west of modern Tripoli. The extant archaeological site was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in