Ten largest and impressive Man-made objects in the World

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The world is a beautiful place and no matter how much you travel, it is still not good enough. Technology and inventions are taking over the human life and we have no objection; mainly because we get a much more lavish lifestyle because of it.

The world consists of both, natural and manmade things. They have their advantages and disadvantages but the bottom line remains that mankind enjoys every privilege that comes their way. Humans have built some of the most impressive wonders in the world.

The world is a beautiful place and no matter how much you travel, it is still not good enough. Technology and inventions are taking over the human life and we have no objection; mainly because we get a much more lavish lifestyle because of it.

The world consists of both, natural and manmade things. They have their advantages and disadvantages but the bottom line remains that mankind enjoys every privilege that comes their way. Humans have built some of the most impressive wonders in the world.

Throughout history and even today, humans have continuously demonstrated their power and wealth in order to advance the culture and society. So without further ado, let’s have a look at these amazing man-made things that are too large to fully comprehend:

Symphony of the Seas

Royal Caribbeans 228,081-ton Symphony of the Seas is the largest passenger ship in the world.  It can carry 6,680 passengers at once (along with 2,200 crew members).

Rungrado May Stadium

Rungrado May Stadium is the largest football stadium in the world found in Pyongyang, North Korea. It has the capacity of 114,000 spectators. Its construction was completed in 1989, and it is used mainly for soccer matches, some athletic events, and mass games. It has a roof that features 16 curves that are arranged like a ring and has a floor space of around 2.2 million ft squared and a roof peak of over 197 ft from the ground.

Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest and most-visited retail and entertainment destination. The total area of the mall is over 13 million square feet, with over 1200 stores. It offers a retail mix combined with world-class dining, entertainment, and leisure attractions.

San Alfonso del Mar

The San Alfonso del Mar resort in Algarrobo, Chile, is home to the world’s largest human-made pool. This pool is 3,324 ft in length with a total area of 19.77 acres. It’s the length of over nine football fields and filled with 66 million gallons of water.

Gran Telescopio Canarias

The Gran Telescopio Canarias, located on the Canary Island of La Palma in Spain, is the world’s largest single-aperture telescope, providing one of the best stargazing opportunities in the whole of the Northern Hemisphere. It has a diameter of 34 feet.

The Bagger 288 Excavator

The Bagger 288 is what’s known as a bucket-wheel excavator, built by the Krupp Company for the German mining firm. This giant machine is 311 feet tall, 705 feet long and weighs 45,500 tons.

Captain Underpants Giant Pants

American film studio Twentieth Century Fox had created this world’s largest underpants during the release of Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie. This giant undergarment has a  total volume of 6,330 cubic meters.

Spring Temple Buddha

China’s Spring Temple Buddha the total height of this monument is 502 feet, including a 20 m (66 ft) lotus throne placed on a 25m (82ft) pedestal.

World’s largest bottle of wine

Andre Vogel of Switzerland made the largest bottle which is 13 feet 8.17 inches tall. The bottle was filled with 3,094 liters of wine.

Belaz 7571

The world’s biggest dump truck, Belaz 75710 stands at a whopping 27ft tall and can carry 450 tonnes. It was Designed and built by a Belarusian company called Belaz.

Isn’t this fascinating? I wish we could travel them all. However, do stay tuned for more Travel-updates!

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