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pluto
wei...korang tahu tak pasal benda yg ajaib kat dunia ni.....mcm tembok besar cina,piramid,taj mahal....mesti best kan kalau kitadpt tahu...cita dia...tp apa ek....aku pun taka tahu sgt..... cita lah ckit....
Sarahnn
setahu sayelah...
tembok besar cina...citanye...klau kite ade kat bulan...kite akan dpt lihat tembok besar cina ni dari sana..bende lain kat bumi ni...kite tak nampak...tapi tembok tu yg kite bleh nampak..
tu yg ajaib tu....
piramid...setiap sudut piramid tu terbina pd sudut yg tepat...ketepatannya hingga menyebabkan ia cuma kira2 1% jer terpesong dr pusat bumi...sehingga ari ni tak de sape tau siape,bagaimana dan mcmmane nk bina piramid spt itu....persoalan tu masih terus mjd persoalan....byk kajian telah dilakukan tapi masih gagal mendpt jwpannya...
ArcaKaSiH81
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tatau sangat..
penyangak
QUOTE(ArcaKaSiH81 @ Jul 28 2003, 09:09 PM)
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tatau sangat..

aku wat tatau... lol.gif lol.gif
iela
iela pun tak tau sgt pasal ni..so sape yg tau tu kongsi2 la ilmu bersame2...
JEJARIHALUS
teringin nak pi tengok taj mahal
zuril
TAJ MAHAL
MENARA PISA
EIFFEL TOWER
PIRAMID
TEMBOK BESAR CHINA
STATUE OF LIBERTY
lagi satu..tak pasti..
noriko humaira
nak nengok piramid ngan tembok besar cina
anatasia
wink.gif NAK PI NGADAP KAABAH DAN CIUM HAJARUL ASWAD..
brightgirl
taman tergantung babylon tu termasuk ke?
brightgirl
haa...dah jumpa pasal 7 benda ajaib di dunia...
Taman tergantung Babylon juga termasuk....
Ni sedikit penerangan.....

Location
On the east bank of the River Euphrates, about 50 km south of Baghdad, Iraq.

History
The Babylonian kingdom flourished under the rule of the famous King, Hammurabi (1792-1750 BC). It was not until the reign of Naboplashar (625-605 BC) of the Neo-Babylonian dynasty that the Mesopotamian civilization reached its ultimate glory. His son, Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 BC) is credited for building the legendary Hanging Gardens. It is said that the Gardens were built by Nebuchadnezzar to please his wife or concubine who had been "brought up in Media and had a passion for mountain surroundings".

While the most descriptive accounts of the Gardens come from Greek historians such as Berossus and Diodorus Siculus, Babylonian records stay silent on the matter. Tablets from the time of Nebuchadnezzar do not have a single reference to the Hanging Gardens, although descriptions of his palace, the city of Babylon, and the walls are found. Even the historians who give detailed descriptions of the Hanging Gardens never saw them. Modern historians argue that when Alexander's soldiers reached the fertile land of Mesopotamia and saw Babylon, they were impressed. When they later returned to their rugged homeland, they had stories to tell about the amazing gardens and palm trees at Mesopotamia.. About the palace of Nebuchadnezzar.. About the Tower of Babel and the ziggurats. And it was the imagination of poets and ancient historians that blended all these elements together to produce one of the World Wonders.

It wasn't until the twentieth century that some of the mysteries surrounding the Hanging Gardens were revealed. Archaeologists are still struggling to gather enough evidence before reaching the final conclusions about the location of the Gardens, their irrigation system, and their true appearance. Some recent researchers even suggest that the Hanging Gardens were built by Senaherib, not by Nebuchadnezzar II (ca. 100 years earlier).

Description
Detailed descriptions of the Gardens come from ancient Greek sources, including the writings of Strabo and Philo of Byzantium. Here are some excerpts from their accounts:

"The Garden is quadrangular, and each side is four plethra long. It consists of arched vaults which are located on checkered cube-like foundations.. The ascent of the uppermost terrace-roofs is made by a stairway..."

"The Hanging Garden has plants cultivated above ground level, and the roots of the trees are embedded in an upper terrace rather than in the earth. The whole mass is supported on stone columns... Streams of water emerging from elevated sources flow down sloping channels... These waters irrigate the whole garden saturating the roots of plants and keeping the whole area moist. Hence the grass is permanently green and the leaves of trees grow firmly attached to supple branches... This is a work of art of royal luxury and its most striking feature is that the labor of cultivation is suspended above the heads of the spectators".

More recent archaeological excavations at the ancient city of Babylon in Iraq uncovered the foundation of the palace. Other findings include the Vaulted Building with thick walls and an irrigation well near the southern palace. A group of archaeologists surveyed the area of the southern palace and reconstructed the Vaulted Building as the Hanging Gardens. However, the Greek historian Strabo had stated that the gardens were situated by the River Euphrates. So others argue that the site is too far from the Euphrates to support the theory since the Vaulted Building is several hundreds of meters away. They reconstructed the site of the palace and located the Gardens in the area stretching from the River to the Palace. On the river banks, recently discovered massive walls 25 m thick may have been stepped to form terraces... the ones described in Greek references.

Bersambung utk tajuk yg lain...
brightgirl
The Great Pyramid of Giza

Location
At the city of Giza, a necropolis of ancient Memphis, and today part of Greater Cairo, Egypt.

History
Contrary to the common belief, only the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops), not all three Great Pyramids, is on top of the list of Wonders. The monument was built by the Egyptian pharaoh Khufu of the Fourth Dynasty around the year 2560 BC to serve as a tomb when he dies. The tradition of pyramid building started in Ancient Egypt as a sophistication of the idea of a mastaba or "platform" covering the royal tomb. Later, several stacked mastabas were used. Early pyramids, such as the Step Pyramid of King Zoser (Djoser) at Saqqara by the famous Egyptian architect, Imhotep, illustrate this connection.

The great pyramid is believed to have been built over a 20 year period. The site was first prepared, and blocks of stone were transported and placed. An outer casing (which disappeared over the years) was then used to smooth the surface. Although it is not known how the blocks were put in place, several theories have been proposed. One theory involves the construction of a straight or spiral ramp that was raised as the construction proceeded. This ramp, coated with mud and water, eased the displacement of the blocks which were pushed (or pulled) into place. A second theory suggests that the blocks were placed using long levers with a short angled foot.

Throughout their history, the pyramids of Giza have stimulated human imagination. They were referred to as "The Granaries of Joseph" and "The Mountains of Pharaoh". When Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798, his pride was expressed through his famous quote: "Soldats! Du haut de ces Pyramides, 40 siècles nous contemplent". (Soldiers! From the top of these Pyramids, 40 centuries are looking at us)

Today, the Great Pyramid is enclosed, together with the other pyramids and the Sphinx, in the touristic region of the Giza Plateau. Also in the area is the museum housing the mysterious Sun Boat, only discovered in 1954 near the south side of the pyramid. The boat is believed to have been used to carry the body of Khufu in his last journey on earth before being buried inside the pyramid. It may also serve him as a means of transportation in his afterlife journey according to Ancient Egyptian beliefs.

Description
When it was built, the Great pyramid was 145.75 m (481 ft) high. Over the years, it lost 10 m (30 ft) off its top. It ranked as the tallest structure on Earth for more than 43 centuries, only to be surpassed in height in the nineteenth century AD. It was covered with a casing of stones to smooth its surface (some of the casing can still be seen near the top of Khefre's pyramid). The sloping angle of its sides is 51 degrees and 51 minutes. Each side is carefully oriented with one of the cardinal points of the compass, that is, north, south, east, and west. The horizontal cross section of the pyramid is square at any level, with each side measuring 229 m (751 ft) in length. The maximum error between side lengths is astonishingly less than 0.1%.

The structure consists of approximately 2 million blocks of stone, each weighing more than two tons. It has been suggested that there are enough blocks in the three pyramids to build a 3 m (10 ft) high, 0.3 m (1 ft) thick wall around France. The area covered by the Great pyramid can accommodate St Peter's in Rome, the cathedrals of Florence and Milan, and Westminster and St Paul's in London combined.

On the north face, is the pyramid's entrance. A number of corridors, galleries, and escape shafts either lead to the King's burial chamber, or were intended to serve other functions. The King's chamber is located at the heart of the pyramid, only accessible through the Great Gallery and an ascending corridor. The King's sarcophagus is made of red granite, as are the interior walls of the King's Chamber. Most impressive is the sharp-edged stone over the doorway which is over 3 m (10 ft) long, 2.4 m (8 feet) high and 1.3 m (4 ft) thick. All of the interior stones fit so well, a card won't fit between them. The sarcophagus is oriented in accordance with the compass directions, and is only about 1 cm smaller in dimensions than the chamber entrance. It might have been introduced as the structure was progressing.

New theories concerning the origin and purpose of the Pyramids of Giza have been proposed... Astronomic observatories... Places of cult worship... Geometric structures constructed by a long-gone civilization... Even extraterrestrial-related theories have been proposed with little evidence in support... The overwhelming scientific and historic evidence still supports the conclusion that, like many smaller pyramids in the region, the Great Pyramids were built by the great Ancient Egyptian civilization off the West bank of the Nile as tombs for their magnificent Kings... Tombs where Khufu, Khefre, and Menkaure could start their mystic journey to the afterlife.
brightgirl
The Statue of Zeus Olympia

Location
At the ancient town of Olympia, on the west coast of modern Greece, about 150 km west of Athens.

History
The ancient Greek calendar starts in 776 BC, for the Olympic games are believed to have started that year. The magnificent temple of Zeus was designed by the architect Libon and was built around 450 BC. Under the growing power of ancient Greece, the simple Doric-style temple seemed too mundane, and modifications were needed. The solution: A majestic statue. The Athenian sculptor Pheidias was assigned for the "sacred" task, reminiscent of Michelangelo's paintings at the Sistine Chapel.

For the years that followed, the temple attracted visitors and worshippers from all over the world. In the second century BC repairs were skillfully made to the aging statue. In the first century AD, the Roman emperor Caligula attempted to transport the statue to Rome. However, his attempt failed when the scaffolding built by Caligula's workmen collapsed. After the Olympic games were banned in AD 391 by the emperor Theodosius I as Pagan practices, the temple of Zeus was ordered closed.

Olympia was further struck by earthquakes, landslides and floods, and the temple was damaged by fire in the fifth century AD. Earlier, the statue had been transported by wealthy Greeks to a palace in Constantinople. There, it survived until it was destroyed by a severe fire in AD 462. Today nothing remains at the site of the old temple except rocks and debris, the foundation of the buildings, and fallen columns.

Description
Pheidias began working on the statue around 440 BC. Years earlier, he had developed a technique to build enormous gold and ivory statues. This was done by erecting a wooden frame on which sheets of ######l and ivory were placed to provide the outer covering. Pheidias' workshop in Olympia still exists, and is coincidentally -- or may be not -- identical in size and orientation to the temple of Zeus. There, he sculpted and carved the different pieces of the statue before they were assembled in the temple.

When the statue was completed, it barely fitted in the temple. Strabo wrote:

".. although the temple itself is very large, the sculptor is criticized for not having appreciated the correct proportions. He has shown Zeus seated, but with the head almost touching the ceiling, so that we have the impression that if Zeus moved to stand up he would unroof the temple."

Strabo was right, except that the sculptor is to be commended, not criticized. It is this size impression that made the statue so wonderful. It is the idea that the king of gods is capable of unroofing the temple if he stood up that fascinated poets and historians alike. The base of the statue was about 6.5 m (20 ft) wide and 1.0 meter (3 ft) high. The height of the statue itself was 13 m (40 ft), equivalent to a modern 4-story building.

The statue was so high that visitors described the throne more than Zeus body and features. The legs of the throne were decorated with sphinxes and winged figures of Victory. Greek gods and mythical figures also adorned the scene: Apollo, Artemis, and Niobe's children. The Greek Pausanias wrote:

On his head is a sculpted wreath of olive sprays. In his right hand he holds a figure of Victory made from ivory and gold... In his left hand, he holds a sceptre inlaid with every kind of ######l, with an eagle perched on the sceptre. His sandals are made of gold, as is his robe. His garments are carved with animals and with lilies. The throne is decorated with gold, precious stones, ebony, and ivory.

The statue was occasionally decorated with gifts from kings and rulers. the most notable of these gifts was a woollen curtain "adorned with Assyrian woven patterns and Pheonician dye" which was dedicated by the Syrian king Antiochus IV.

Copies of the statue were made, including a large prototype at Cyrene (Libya). None of them, however, survived to the present day. Early reconstructions such as the one by von Erlach are now believed to be rather inaccurate. For us, we can only wonder about the true appearance of the statue -- the greatest work in Greek sculpture.
brightgirl
The Temple of Arthernis at Ephesus

Location
The ancient city of Ephesus near the modern town of Selcuk, about 50 km south of Izmir (Smyrna) in Turkey.

History
Although the foundation of the temple dates back to the seventh century BC, the structure that earned a spot in the list of Wonders was built around 550 BC. Referred to as the great marble temple, or temple D, it was sponsored by the Lydian king Croesus and was designed by the Greek architect Chersiphron. It was decorated with bronze statues sculpted by the most skilled artists of their time: Pheidias, Polycleitus, Kresilas, and Phradmon.

The temple served as both a marketplace and a religious institution. For years, the sanctuary was visited by merchants, tourists, artisans, and kings who paid homage to the goddess by sharing their profits with her. Recent archeological excavations at the site revealed gifts from pilgrims including statuettes of Artemis made of gold and ivory... earrings, bracelets, and necklaces... artifacts from as far as Persia and India.

On the night of 21 July 356 BC, a man named Herostratus burned the temple to ground in an attempt to immortalize his name. He did indeed. Strangely enough, Alexander the Great was born the same night. The historian Plutarch later wrote that the goddess was "too busy taking care of the birth of Alexander to send help to her threatened temple". Over the next two decades, the temple was restored and is labeled "temple E" by archeologists. And when Alexander the Great conquered Asia Minor, he helped rebuild the destroyed temple.

When St Paul visited Ephesus to preach Christianity in the first century AD, he was confronted by the Artemis' cult who had no plans to abandon their goddess. And when the temple was again destroyed by the Goths in AD 262, the Ephesians vowed to rebuild. By the fourth century AD, most Ephesians had converted to Christianity and the temple lost its religious glamor. The final chapter came when in AD 401 the Temple of Artemis was torn down by St John Chrysostom. Ephesus was later deserted, and only in the late nineteenth century has the site been excavated. The digging revealed the temple's foundation and the road to the now swampy site. Attempts were recently made to rebuilt the temple, but only a few columns have been re-erected.

Description
The foundation of the temple was rectangular in form, similar to most temples at the time. Unlike other sanctuaries, however, the building was made of marble, with a decorated façade overlooking a spacious courtyard. Marble steps surrounding the building platform led to the high terrace which was approximately mega_shok.gif m (260 ft) by 130 m (430 ft) in plan. The columns were 20 m (60 ft) high with Ionic capitals and carved circular sides. There were 127 columns in total, aligned orthogonally over the whole platform area, except for the central cella or house of the goddess.

The temple housed many works of art, including four ancient bronze statues of Amazons sculpted by the finest artists at the time. When St Paul visited the city, the temple was adorned with golden pillars and silver statuettes, and was decorated with paintings. There is no evidence that a statue of the goddess herself was placed at the center of the sanctuary, but there is no reason not to believe so.

The early detailed descriptions of the temple helped archeologists reconstruct the building. Many reconstructions such as that by H.F. von Erlach depicted the façade with a four-column porch which never existed. More accurate reconstructions may give us an idea about the general layout of the temple. However, its true beauty lies in the architectural and artistic details which will forever remain unknown.
brightgirl
The Mausoleum

Location
In the city of Bodrum (f.k.a. Halicarnassus) on the Aegean Sea, in south-west Turkey.

History
When the Persians expanded their ancient kingdom to include Mesopotamia, Northern India, Syria, Egypt, and Asia Minor, the king could not control his vast empire without the help of local governors or rulers -- the Satraps. Like many other provinces, the kingdom of Caria in the western part of Asia Minor (Turkey) was so far from the Persian capital that it was practically autonomous. From 377 to 353 BC, king Mausollos of Caria reigned and moved his capital to Halicarnassus. Nothing is exciting about Maussollos life except the construction of his tomb. The project was conceived by his wife and sister Artemisia, and the construction might have started during the king's lifetime. The Mausoleum was completed around 350 BC, three years after Maussollos death, and one year after Artemisia's.

For 16 centuries, the Mausoleum remained in good condition until an earthquake caused some damage to the roof and colonnade. In the early fifteenth century, the Knights of St John of Malta invaded the region and built a massive crusader castle. When they decided to fortify it in 1494, they used the stones of the Mausoleum. By 1522, almost every block of the Mausoleum had been disassembled and used for construction.

Today, the massive castle still stands in Bodrum, and the polished stone and marble blocks of the Mausoleum can be spotted within the walls of the structure. Some of the sculptures survived and are today on display at the British Museum in London. These include fragment of statues and many slabs of the frieze showing the battle between the Greeks and the Amazons. At the site of the Mausoleum itself, only the foundation remains of the once magnificent Wonder.

Description
The structure was rectangular in plan, with base dimensions of about 40 m (120 ft) by 30 m (100 ft). Overlying the foundation was a stepped podium which sides were decorated with statues. The burial chamber and the sarcophagus of white alabaster decorated with gold were located on the podium and surrounded by Ionic columns. The colonnade supported a pyramid roof which was in turn decorated with statues. A statue of a chariot pulled by four horses adorned the top of the tomb.

The total height of the Mausoleum was 45 m (140 ft). This is broken down into 20 m (60 ft) for the stepped podium, 12 m (38 ft) for the colonnade, 7 m (22 ft) for the pyramid, and 6 m (20 ft) for the chariot statue at the top.

The beauty of the Mausoleum is not only in the structure itself, but in the decorations and statues that adorned the outside at different levels on the podium and the roof. These were tens of life-size as well as under and over life-size free-standing statues of people, lions, horses, and other animals. The statues were carved by four Greek sculptors: Bryaxis, Leochares, Scopas, and Timotheus, each responsible for one side. Because the statues were of people and animals, the Mausoleum holds a special place in history as it was not dedicated to the gods of Ancient Greece.

Since the nineteenth century, archeological excavations have been undertaken at the Mausoleum site. These excavations together with detailed descriptions by ancient historians give us a fairly good idea about the shape and appearance of the Mausoleum. A modern reconstruction of the shorter side of the Mausoleum illustrates the lavish nature of the art and architecture of the building... a building for a King whose name is celebrated in all large tombs today -- mausoleums.
brightgirl
ni saya jumpa kat internet...
yg lain tu tak jumpa lg....
mungkin banyak lg benda ajaib kat dunia ni selain yg tujuh tu...
Master
BG....carik la yang pak cik boleh baca. Ni jangan kata nak baca, nak eja pun pak cik tak reti.

Pak cik BI tak lulus la, dapat 6 pening! biggrin.gif
brightgirl
Alamak!
Sori la Master.....
Nanti la Bright cari/terjemah dlm bhs melayu....
ni tak sempat lg....
maaf......
arenie
Salam

Taman gantung babylon dah tak wujud lagi..itu masa ancient mesopotamia(iraq)

Pyramid?....terakhir sekali bila geologiest in 1920's jumpa tomb of Tutankanum(boy king)...mati kena bunuh!..banyak juga cite pasal this curse...ramai org mati!

Statue of liberty?....i'm not sure this one..apa yg ajaibnya?

Pernah dengar Nasca Lines?..in southern peru...dipercayai puak nascans nie buat lukisan atas gurun yg boleh dilihat dr space...it was 1500-2000 yrs ago..
arenie
Salam

Sambung....


Pernah dengar stonehenge?..kat UK!....cuma batu besar-besar disusun mengikut edaran matahari!...yg peningnya British..bagaimana dia org boleh bawa batu sebesar tu ...dan disusun!

Terracotta worrior...kat China...askar-askar cina masa first emperor dibuat dibawah tanah drp tanah liat...sekarang kesemuanya 6000 org lengkap ngan senjata
matsom
bende2 ajaib dalam dunie..

1.bile kite buleh tolong org taknak mintak balasan biggrin.gif

2.bile kite buleh tedo walopon time tu ada org kene

aniaya kat negara2 lain

3.bile kite tengok bebudak kecik membeso..

4.bile kete/moto kite buleh jalan walopon kite tatau

cemana bende2 tu leh jalan..

(lagi.. tatau le.. org lain leh tambah ph34r.gif )
arenie
QUOTE(matsom @ Jul 30 2003, 11:31 PM)
bende2 ajaib dalam dunie..

bende2 ajaib dalam dunie..

1.bile kite buleh tolong org taknak mintak balasan biggrin.gif
nie memang ajaib...susah nak buat

3.bile kite tengok bebudak kecik membeso..
..sebab dia bukan anak patung lol.gif

4.bile kete/moto kite buleh jalan walopon kite tatau

cemana bende2 tu leh jalan..

tulah..awak tak belajar jadi engineer wink.gif
sitihanglipo
sujud ....
NANDRI
Aku dulu pernah lawat Grand Canyon, fulamak cantik giler, macam lukisan, inilah kebesaran Tuhan, skarang gua luluk China pun gua tarak sempat lawat itu Tembok Besar, tapi wa pun manyak kagum sama itu Kaabah lo...
Master
QUOTE(brightgirl @ Jul 30 2003, 04:46 PM)
Alamak!
Sori la Master.....
Nanti la Bright cari/terjemah dlm bhs melayu....
ni tak sempat lg....
maaf......

Hiihihihi...tak sempat tak pe, pak cik boleh tunggu! BG letak artikel tu kat dalam ni pun dah cukup bagus! smile.gif

Nanti pak cik selak la sikit² kamus. Tapi kalau BG nak tolong translatekan pun apa salahnya rolleyes.gif
Master
Sebut pasal kaabah...pernah dengar citer tak....ada orang pernah masuk dalam kaabah tu. Dia masuk secara tak rasmi la.

Kemudian dia pandang ke atas, dia nampak 7 lapis langit, kemudian dia tengok bawah, nampak 7 lapis bumi!

Tak tau la betul ke tak citer ni! blink.gif
abang-as
QUOTE(pluto @ Jul 28 2003, 05:49 PM)
wei...korang tahu tak pasal benda yg ajaib kat dunia ni.....mcm tembok besar cina,piramid,taj mahal....mesti best kan kalau kitadpt tahu...cita dia...tp apa ek....aku pun taka tahu sgt..... cita lah ckit....

Tujuh kelemahan diri kita ape plak
tikusturi
QUOTE
Pernah dengar stonehenge?..kat UK!....cuma batu besar-besar disusun mengikut edaran matahari!...yg peningnya British..bagaimana dia org boleh bawa batu sebesar tu ...dan disusun!    Terracotta worrior...kat China...askar-askar cina masa first emperor dibuat dibawah tanah drp tanah liat...sekarang kesemuanya 6000 org lengkap ngan senjata


ader sesapa pernah dengar pasal the crying stone tak?..3@ 7 (tak sure) biji batu yang bunyi seakan akan orang menangis kat belah u.k nuu
arenie
QUOTE(tikusturi @ Aug 2 2003, 01:05 AM)
ader sesapa pernah dengar pasal the crying stone tak?..3@ 7 (tak sure) biji batu yang bunyi seakan akan orang menangis kat belah u.k nuu

Salam


Kat mana tu?..saya boleh pergi tengok dulu dan cite kat awak!....nama tempatnya ok!

Stonehenge tu!..emmmm...taklah impressive sgt...cuma batu tu ada kat UK..dan org British nie suka sgt berkata-kata..sebab tulaa tempat tu famous!
tikusturi
QUOTE(arenie @ Aug 5 2003, 08:20 PM)
QUOTE(tikusturi @ Aug 2 2003, 01:05 AM)

ader sesapa pernah dengar pasal the crying stone tak?..3@ 7 (tak sure) biji batu yang bunyi seakan akan orang menangis kat belah u.k nuu

Salam


Kat mana tu?..saya boleh pergi tengok dulu dan cite kat awak!....nama tempatnya ok!

Stonehenge tu!..emmmm...taklah impressive sgt...cuma batu tu ada kat UK..dan org British nie suka sgt berkata-kata..sebab tulaa tempat tu famous!

tempat yang spesifik aku pon tak ingat..tapi yang aku ingat kat lurah bukit..sebab benda nii ada kaitan ngan teori gelombang,dan resonan..
ahli sains kata:
susunan batu tuu..bila dilalui angin dari atas bukit yang menyebabkan benda nii bunyi seakan2 gadis menangis..

tapi orang tua2 kat sana kata:
batu tuu asalnya anak2 gadis seorang ahli sihir yang jahat..dia sihihr anak dia jadi batu..anak dia akan menangis slagi tak dibebaskan
karee
laugh.gif laugh.gif tq bgirl
attyd_03
question..
taman tergantung babylon pon termasuk gak ker dlm benda2 ajaib ni?
capricorn girl
QUOTE(attyd_03 @ Aug 17 2003, 01:30 AM)
question..
taman tergantung babylon pon termasuk gak ker dlm benda2 ajaib ni?

se tau girl termasuk gak..
NANDRI
Yang selalu dikaitkan dengan angka 7 : Benda Ajaib, Tujuh Lapis Langit, Tujuh Lapis Bumi, Tujuh Keturunan, 7 Warna Pelangi, lagi apa ya,
brightgirl
QUOTE(capricorn girl @ Aug 17 2003, 10:40 AM)
QUOTE(attyd_03 @ Aug 17 2003, 01:30 AM)
question..
taman tergantung babylon pon termasuk gak ker dlm benda2 ajaib ni?

se tau girl termasuk gak..

dulu...tmn ni termasuk benda2 ajaib di dunia.....
sekarang dah takde lagi......
dah tak tergantung lg tamannya......
bright pernah dengar cerita....tak tau kesahihannya.....
org yahudi dah tambah tanah/batu di bawah taman tergantung tuh....
so tak nampak lagi taman tuh...
mereka sebenarnya cuba menutup keajaiban tersebut....
arenie
QUOTE(brightgirl @ Aug 18 2003, 03:02 PM)
dah tak tergantung lg tamannya......
bright pernah dengar cerita....tak tau kesahihannya.....
org yahudi dah tambah tanah/batu di bawah taman tergantung tuh....
so tak nampak lagi taman tuh...
mereka sebenarnya cuba menutup keajaiban tersebut....

Salam

Rasanya Bright...taman tu memang tak tergantung pun cuma gelarannya taman tergantung!...

Menurut cerita taman tergantung nie dipenuhi oleh pokok-pokok ditanam berbaris seperti dinding utk mengelak drp sesat dalam taman tersebut...dibina oleh permaisuri yg pernah tersesat sebelumnya...

tak tahulah kalau ada cite lain selain drp tu!
brightgirl
Bright pun dengar citer org.....
katanya taman tu macam terjulur di atas bukit....
bawah taman tu adalah sungai....
kawan bright yg citer.....
tak tau kesahihannya...
capricorn girl
ye ke?? naper girl x pnah pon dgr citer2 tu yerk.
ooo....maknanya tmn tu xde la tul2 t'gantung yerk?
ish...musykil tul la.
SoulLoco
uish buleh terbitkan rencana la ini macam punya penerangan........... errr..... bleh tulong terjemahkan dalam bahasa melayu tak ??????
ahla_hubb97
A`kum....
Hm...sayer dah pegi ke Giza....ziarah piramid.....
piramid ni mmg besar....setiap 1 batu dia.....
melebihi ketinggian manusia la.....
besar.....masa sayer tengok tu...rasa kagum lak...
mcm maner org dulu2 angkat & susun batu2 tu....
& sebenarnya...kedudukan antara piramid2 ni sangat jauh....
tapi...oleh sbb dgn ke`terror`an yg dimiliki oleh para jurugambar...
gambar2 piramid yg kita temgok tu...seolah2 mcm bersebelahan
jer kedudukannya....
itu je yg sayer tau....sbbnya yg tu jer yg sayer dpt tengok dgn mata kepala sendiri...
ahla_hubb97
Ttg Taman tergantung Babylon lak...
Sayer pernah sembang2 dgn seorg Arab Lebanon...
Dia cerita...sebenarnya...Taman ni...bentuknya mcm satu tmn yg ada tiang kat bawah dia....
lebih kurang mcm sebiji piring yg kita letakkan gelas panjang kat bawah dia.....
tapi..disbbkan dunia dah maju....
batu yg jadi tiang kat bawah tu...dah x nampak sbbnya di kelilingi dgn bangunan2
yg tinggi...tapi dia ckp,taman tu masih ada lagi...
kalau nak pegi kat taman tu...tak payah susah2 nak panjat2 bukit...
sbbnya boleh naik melalui bengunan yg ada lberhampiran dgn dia...
mcm tu lah,menurut cerita dia....
betul ke tak...tak tau lah....
brightgirl
QUOTE(capricorn girl @ Aug 18 2003, 12:51 PM)
ye ke?? naper girl x pnah pon dgr citer2 tu yerk.
ooo....maknanya tmn tu xde la tul2 t'gantung yerk?
ish...musykil tul la.

taman tu tak la betul2 tergantung.....
taman tu macam yg ahla_hubb97 cerita la kot.....
brightgirl
a'kum wbt
ni bright jumpa artikel pasal babylon....

TAMAN TERRGANTUNG BABYLON
Buah-buahan, bunga-bungaan, pelbagai haiwan dan air terjun, semuanya terdapat dalam taman gantung Babylon. Taman ini adalah amat menarik dan cantik sehingga kecantikannya menjadikan bualan penduduk yang ada pada ketika itu. Taman Gantung Babylon ini terletak di timur tebing berhampiran Sungai Euphrates, kira-kira 50km selatan Baghdad, di Iraq.

SEJARAH PEMBINAAN TAMAN TERGANTUNG BABYLON

Negara Babylon terkenal di bawah pemerintahan raja yang terkenal pada ketika itu, iaitu Raja Hammurabi(1792 -1750SM). Anaknya, Nebuchadnezzar II (604-562 SM) yang merupakan raja yang telah membina taman ini. Menurut legenda, taman ini dibina oleh baginda sebagai menghargai isterinya dan gundik-gundiknya.

Kewjudan taman ini masih menjadi tanda tanya. Namun adalah dikatakan taman ini adalah salah satu taman terindah di dunia. Ia mengandungi pelbagai flora dan fauna, yang menarik dan amat menakjubkan sehingga terpesona sesiapa sahaja yang melawatnya. Hinggalah kurun ke-20, ahli kajipurba menyatakan kewujudan taman ini adalah benar, namun kesan peninggalannya telah lama pupus.

Taman tersebut terdiri daripada binaan yang menarik dan mengagumkan. Ia berbentuk seperti segiempat tepat dan tiang-tiangnya berbentuk seakan-akan kiub. Namun rekabentuk taman ini tidak dapat diceriktakan secara terperinci kerana para ahli kajipurba gagal menemui sebarang peninggalannya. Namun, menurut satu sumber taman ini lenyap akibat berlakunya satu malapetaka yang buruk. Para ahli kajipurba baru-baru ini telah menjumpai dinding setebal 25m di kawasan tapak taman tersebut yang mungkin adalah sebahagian dari dinding taman yang telah hilang.
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alkautsar^ck
Tahu fasal atlantis
Mesti semua tahu fasal atlantis yang terbenam dah sekian lama
Yang ni skit maklumat tentang atlantis yang ditemui semula...
Samada ianya atlantis atau tidak hanya Allah yang Maha Mengetahui


Pada bulan Mei 2001, seorang jurutera marin yang sedang menjalankan kajian sonar di perairan luar pesisir Cuba telah menemui apa yang kelihatan seperti peninggalan sebuah kota purba, 2000 kaki di bawah paras laut. Mampukah penemuan ini memecahkan misteri berkaitan Atlantis? Kajian masih sedang dijalankan secara tertutup dan di bawah kawalan ketat.
Sebelum ini, penemuan struktur ganjil di luar pesisir Kepulauan Bimini turut menggemparkan dunia dan mencetuskan semula kehangatan lagenda Atlantis. Struktur itu kelihatan seperti susunan batu yang membentuk satu tembok panjang (lihat gambar di sebelah kanan). Walau bagaimanapun, ramai pakar geologi mengatakan struktur itu boleh terbentuk melalui proses semula jadi yang jarang-jarang berlaku. Namun, spekulasi masih berterusan.


topgunZ
fuh penerangannyer berjaya aku lihat..bukan baca..anyway..terima kasih.
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