Amazing of the junk: Smile You will be able to see seven wonders of the world in Delhi

Park spread over seven acres of land adjacent to Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station and metro station, hope to start this month.

Have you seen seven wonders of the world? If not, then you will see the seven wonders of the world coming soon in Delhi . A park is being developed by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, in which the replicas of seven wonders of the world will be in front of your eyes.

The biggest thing is that the replicas of these seven wonders are made from scraps, that is, the junk . We are showing you its first glimpse.

1. Taj Mahal (India)

Size-42 × 42 × 36 feet

Weight – 12-13 tons

Building Materials – Pipe, Angle, Nut Bolt, 1600 Cycle Ring, Metal Sheet, Spring, Automobile Part, Electric Beam, Cooking, Embroidery, Park Bench


2. The Pyramid of Ghiza (Egypt)

Weight- 10-12 ton
construction material- Angle 20,000 feet, electric pillars


3. Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy)

Size – 38 × 10 × 10 feet, tilted 86 degrees

Weight – 10 tons of
building materials – bicycle rings, automobile parts, metal sheets, electric cable rolls


4. Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)

Size- 24 × 24 × 69 Feet
Weight- 15-16 Ton

Construction material- Angle, diesel tank, wheel knit bolt, bicycle rim, park rails, through park gate

5. Colosseum (Rome)

Size- 42 × 52 × 16.5 feet

Weight -10 tons

Construction material – car rim, children swing pipe, swings slider, bike rim, automobile part, truck sheet sheet, electric pillars



6. Christ the Ridima (Rio, Brazil)

Size- 28 × 16 × 9 feet

Weight – 7-8 tons

Building Materials – Metal Sheet of Truck, Automobile Pact, Reheari’s Kinshaw, Spring, Rickshaw and Bike Chain, Garden Bench


7. Statue of Liberty (New York)

Size- 20 × 20 × 31 Feet Weight- 6-7 Ton
Construction Material – Reheari’s Kinetic
, Bike Chain, Automobile Parts like Gear, Chain, Carriage Rim Plate, Angle


This park is set up beside the Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station and the metro station, which costs Rs 7.5 crore. Solar power will be used in this park. LED has been installed in it. A ticket of 100 rupees can be booked for entry into the park. This park is likely to start this month. It has a total of 150 tonnes of junk in its construction. The toilet is also made in the container. This park is spread over seven acres of area.

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