Saturday, July 14, 2007

Nominate the New 7 Wonders of Nature (Cox' s Bazar and Sunderban)

Last week (07.07.07) the list of New 7 wonders of the world has been declared. Many of us voted his/her choices in the website. Many of us were enthusiastic about the matter, as we all have been listening about the Great 7 wonders of the world since our childhood. Although the ancient and middle-age 7 wonders were nominated by research from UNESCO, modern 7 wonders of the world was based on 100 million votes over internet from all around the world and hence is not part of official research or declaration from UNESCO. Still this is the only declaration of 7 modern wonders of the world. i am particularly thrilled to see Taj Mahal and Great Wall of China in this new list, representing their great economic progression in this flat world.

The New 7 wonder foundation has started another campaign, named New 7 wonders of Nature . You can nominate your own choice there. Can't we all try to nominate something from our own this time? May be we don't have something like Pyramid or Tazmahal...but this time, we have 2 of our assets... Cox' s Bazar and Sunderban. Can't we spend few minutes from our valuable time to nominate these 2 greatest natural site from our own Bangladesh?

Please forward this appeal to everybody you know. We all can make this happen.

Here's the link

click on the Nomination link located at the upper left corner and nominate

Sundarbans : Largest Mangrove forest - Category: Forest Wood
Cox's Bazar : Longest natural sea beaches - Category: Coastline


Shahjahan Siraj said...


We should give it a try even there is other great place in the world. I think we should also ask our neighbor India to participate in this campaign for Sundarban, Khulna, Bangladesh.

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