Tourists spots in India will now hoard signs warning against taking selfies to prevent more deaths due to it
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Whether it be the fortress that is the Great Wall of China or the Christ of Redeemer statue overlooking the city of Rio, the seven wonders of the world are a must see. Though this country hopping journey might sound like a thing of dreams, it is not everyone's cup of tea. The expenses involved in traveling from one corner of the world to another can put a considerable strain on your wallet.
But, don't be disheartened. For those of you who have these magnificent creations of your wish-list, there is some good news. You'll be able to behold the seven wonders in Delhi at the brand new Seven Wonders Park. The park which will have replicas of the Taj Mahal, the Great Pyramids of Giza, Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum in Rome, the Statue of Liberty, and the Christ of Redeemer has opened its gate to visitors this week.
The clones range between 25 ft and 30 ft except the Eiffel Tower which stands at an impressive 70 ft. Designated selfie points have been labeled across the park so, take out your phones and click away. The park is also extremely environment friendly! The monuments have been constructed using discarded automobile and bicycle parts. And it doesn't stop there. The park will employ solar energy to power the destination.
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