The new Corona virus may prevent you from traveling, but this does not prevent you from visiting a large number of historical places around the world using the Internet, as Google Earth provides the ability to visit many tourist places that have been added within the UNESCO World Heritage sites, and below we show The most prominent of these places are as follows:
1. The Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and it is the only one in the ancient world that is still intact today.
2. Taj Mahal in Agra, India is a permanent example of Mughal architecture in the seventeenth century.
3.Sagrada Familia Catholic Church in Barcelona, Spain, an amazing blend of Gothic architecture and Art Nouveau.
4. Angkor Wat Towers in Cambodia aim to rebuild the universe in stone.
5. The Seville Cathedral, or St. Mary’s Cathedral, is the largest Coptic cathedral in the world.
6. Dolomites is a mountain range in northeastern Italy.
7. Borobudur Temple in Java, Indonesia, is an eighth century Buddhist temple restored in the 1970s.
8. Prambanan Temple in Indonesia, which contains detailed sculptures from the epic Ramayana.
9. Hiroshima Memorial, which is the temple that survived after the atomic bomb was dropped on the city in 1945, and was preserved exactly as it was on that day.
10. Itsukushima Shrine in Japan, which is designed to appear to float above water.
11. Nijo-gu Castle in Kyoto, Japan was home to the rulers of Japan from 1603 to 1868.
12. The 14th-century Tenryuji Temple is one of the five largest Zen temples in Kyoto.
13. Himeji-jo Castle near Kobe, Japan is the most visited castle in the country.
14. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in London has the largest collection of living plants in the world.
15. Great Sphinx of Giza.
16. The Palace of Versailles and is home to the French kings, including Louis XIV.
17. The mill network at Kinderdijk Elshout in the Netherlands that has been used since the Middle Ages.
18. Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England is home to a prehistoric structure that historians are still debating how important it is until now.
19. The Peace Church in Swidnica, Poland, which was named after the Peace of Westphalia in 1648.
20- Jasovska Cave in Slovakia, which was the source of archaeological finds from the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods.
21. The Holy Trinity of Saint Sergius Lavra in Sergeyev Posad, Russia, which is the spiritual center of the Russian Orthodox Church.