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What's the greatest man-made structure in the world?

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What's the greatest man-made structure in the world?


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    Mike H. says:

    IMHO that would have to be the Great Wall of China. A wall that is hand-built as long as it is (I believe I read that it is almost as long as the USA is wide), created several thousand years ago? No Doubt in my mind….

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    Ed Hamilton, Danville, Illinois says:

    The microchip

  3. 3
    Darryl Raby says:

    Haggia Sophia in Instanbul. Impressive building, mosaics & the largest building in Europe until modern times.

  4. 4
    Thomas Fleming says:

    the us inter state highway system

  5. 5
    Juan says:

    COWBOYS STADIUM in Arlington, TX

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    kebond says:

    Acropolis, Hagia Sophia of Constantinople, Pyramids.



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