The Wonders of the World at Eco Park 7 in Kolkata


This park brings together all seven world wonders for an incredible experience – making it India’s inaugural attraction of this kind.

Make your Instagram feed stand out by taking pictures with these extraordinary replicas of historic monuments and parks. Additionally, the park hosts a musical fountain show in which water dances to melodious melodies.

The Replicas of the Seven Wonders of the World

West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation (WBHIDCO) has transformed Kolkata’s eco-park into an architectural wonderland by bringing the seven wonders of the world directly into New Town, creating one of its most visited attractions and allowing visitors to witness these iconic structures without leaving home. Featuring 7 Wonders Of The World

This themed park boasts replicas of iconic landmarks such as the Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal, Eiffel Tower, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Statue of Liberty, and Colosseum in Rome – providing visitors with an opportunity to learn about their history while taking stunning photos that will amaze their followers on social media.

The construction of this park was funded by a government grant and served as an excellent example of turning waste into art. Constructed with steel and aluminum materials, its purpose is to promote ecotourism while raising environmental conservation awareness and providing jobs to locals.

This park is open from Monday through Sunday and costs 30 rupees per person to enter, making it easy for all. Well-marked by signage, its entrance can be found close to the Eco Park entrance via Gate 4. Those seeking an edge against Phileas Fogg from Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days may find this just the place for them!

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China stands as both an icon of Chinese pride and human engineering brilliance, making its famed landmark status unsurpassable. Now visitors to Eco Park 7 can visit the park 7 to witness this wonderous structure first-hand and take stunning selfies against its breathtaking backdrop! This recreated version will allow visitors to see it without the hassles and expense of traveling across continents. It will also provide visitors with a stunning backdrop for photographs or selfies with this impressive structure!

Recreation will occur on a three-acre plot within New Town’s Eco Park. Renowned artist Rupchand Kundu has been hired to design the replicas, with construction starting soon on 15 to 20-foot fiberglass structures that should be ready by Durga Puja.

The eco-park in Rajarhat Newtown, 18 km from central Kolkata, can easily be reached via public transit from Esplanade Depot in downtown Kolkata. From here, buses frequently depart for Garia or Sealdah before linking with other buses that will bring you directly to the eco-park. Otherwise, taxi services provide the fastest means of arrival – although taxi rides will likely cost significantly more! Entry fee to Rajarhat Newtown includes admission to all seven wonders.

The Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is one of the world’s premier tourist attractions, constructed by Shah Jahan as a reminder to Mumtaz Mahal for her husband Shah Jahan’s devotion. Now listed on UNESCO World Heritage, 7 Wonders Kolkata provides visitors with an ideal way to witness its beauty without making a long trip from Agra.

This breathtaking white marble structure is impressive, decorated with intricate carvings, floral patterns, and geometric shapes that span its height. A symbol of love for many generations, its construction inspired many poems and songs over the years, making this an absolute must-see in Kolkata!

Visit this majestic structure by entering Eco Park via Gate 4, as this entrance lies closest. Entry fee is Rs 30; with several monuments that can be seen within, spending time here may take longer than visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World; it’s truly enjoyable for families and couples alike, offering unique memories. Even an Ekante Cafe inside Eco Park serves delicious food choices – an excellent stop after touring all seven wonders!

The Colosseum of Rome

The Colosseum stands as one of the finest examples of ancient architecture. It was initially called Flavian Amphitheater, but its name later changed in honor of Nero’s Colossus nearby. It was inaugurated by Titus in 80 CE with 100 days of gladiator games held there; it soon became world-renowned, and its construction soon after.

Contrasting with earlier Roman amphitheaters, which dug into hillsides for support, the Colosseum stood freely on concrete and travertine stone slabs. It allowed more seating than other structures of its time. Inside, it featured a complex series of groin vaults supported by arcades that featured columns in Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian orders; later, it inspired Renaissance architectural design.

After Rome fell, its Colosseum gradually began to decay. Damage from lightning and earthquakes caused further deterioration, and marble seats were stolen. Later, it became used for quarrying and other uses before eventually falling into ruin. Pope Benedict XIV dedicated it as a place for Christian martyrs. He initiated a campaign to save it, finally opening it back up for tourists again as one of Rome’s top tourist attractions in the 19th century.

The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is an iconic representation of American ideals of freedom and justice, designed by French-American artist Bartholdi between 1875 and 1886. At 93 meters in height from ground to torch tip and 225 tons in weight, she represents seven continents and oceans across her crown windows, with 25 windows in total representing her real name, “Liberty Enlightening the World.” Often called Lady Liberty but officially called Liberty Enlightening the World.

There are many fascinating facts about the Statue of Liberty. One myth about its design holds that Bartholdi’s mother inspired its face; however, according to historian Mitchell, it may resemble his brother.

The Statue of Liberty is one of the world’s most iconic landmarks and an absolute must-see for any traveler. Each year, it draws thousands of tourists to this must-see attraction, and its popularity keeps increasing. It has become an attractive photogenic location perfect for taking stunning selfies or pictures; families and couples alike can relax here while taking stunning selfies. Plus, there are numerous eateries nearby with snacks for visitors who visit this spot; its park provides activities suitable for children, making this attraction ideal for an enjoyable day trip together!

The Moai of Easter Island

Moai on Easter Island are massive stone statues revered by residents. Considered a symbolic representation of the Rapa Nui people and believed to represent their ancestors, these colossal pieces stand 33 to 35 feet tall and weigh up to 80 tons; they were created between A.D. 1100 and 1500 by indigenous Polynesian Rapa Nui people themselves.

Michael Strahan will travel to Easter Island, an isolated volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean, to learn more about its tribe’s rich heritage and beauty, including their iconic moai statues.

Moai statues are monolithic sculptures fashioned from one block of rock. Their minimalist style echoes forms throughout Polynesia; their heads feature long necks with heavy brows and distinctive fish-hook-shaped nostrils.

Scientists have attempted to understand how moai were transported from their quarry sites to their final destinations, offering various theories. While many remain doubtful that such statues could have been moved without mechanical aid, scientists remain committed to studying their movements.

Jo Anne van Tilburg and her team are excavating a moai at Rano Raraku, one of the island’s best-known locations, to radiocarbonize its organic material and establish when and how it was created. Furthermore, they will search for tools used for carving and any writings on it.