Wednesday, 30 January 2019

Now all indians can see wonders of the world without having visa and passport!

Everyone have the desire to see that 7 wonders of the world only once in your life not in pictures but with your eyes. But for this you will also need a lot of money along with passport and visa to travel. But now your dream is going to change in reality without any passport. Now, everyone will be able to see seven wonders of the world together in one place and that too is possible in the capital of India 'Delhi'.

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Yes, the Wanders of the World Park in Delhi, India will be inaugurated in the second week of February month and it is expected that this park will soon become one of the city's most famous tourist attraction, which will be built near Delhi's Sarai Kale Khan Bus Terminal. The biggest reason for visiting this park, that you will see 7 wonders of the world together. In this park of south-east Delhi, you will find wonders of the world like, Taj Mahal of Agra, the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Eiffel Tower of Paris, the tilted tower of Pisa, the Christ Redeemer Statue of Rio de Janeiro, the Colosseum of Rome and the Statue of Liberty in New York. This park has been made replica of these famous places of the world.

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There are so many things to do in this park which will be available to you for the first time. All clones or replica made in the park have been prepared with scrap vehicles or junk. The sodium lights have been installed along with a finishing look to these replicas, so that their features can be highlighted. According to Director of Horticulture Department of SDMC, Alok Kumar, this park is ready to be fully organized at the moment. Only landscaping and road construction work is being done and once this work is done, very beautiful lights will be installed in the entire park, so that the beauty of these park will increase manifold.
Use of Wind and Solar Power for generating Energy. This becoming a first park where wind and solar power will be used to deal with energy consumption. For this, 3 solar trees have been planted in the park and every single tree has the capacity to generate power up to 6 kilowatts. Along with this, there is a plan to introduce a wind turbine soon in this park.

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A information board will also be installed in front of every replica in the park with giving details about the original place and which type of scrap has been used in making this structures. For eg., the statue of Christ Redeemer is constructed from the old Iron Bench, while four towers of the Taj Mahal are constructed using the spare parts of bicycle. The height of all replica is around 25 to 30 feet, except the Eiffel Tower whose height is 70 feet. A selfie point has also been built in the park where people can click their pictures with these wonders.

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The idea of ​​building this wonder park was came from the Kota village of Rajasthan state in India, where one such park is already exists. The total cost of construction for building this park has been Rs. 7.5 crores. Entry fees will also be charged from those who entering the park and this money will be used in the maintenance of the park. The food and drink arrangements will be made in the park as well as parking facilities and children's play ground will also be made here.

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