It reportedly took 100,000 men more than 20 years to construct the Great Pyramid... | by Pomp 🌪

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It reportedly took 100,000 men more than 20 years to construct the Great Pyramid at Giza. It requires decades of focus and intense hard work to build anything that lasts for long periods of time. t.co/ZgxT1pKmUz

It took more than 2,300 years to build the Great Wall of China. There were at least 9 dynasties that oversaw construction during that time period. t.co/HCx5CUmKvr

It took 22 years to build the Taj Mahal. t.co/bCw8bRFG3C

It is estimated that it took 7-8 years to build the Colosseum in Rome. t.co/cKX2Aro0RT

It took approximately 30 years to build Angkor Wat in Cambodia. t.co/GtbbkloY31

It took about 14 years to build the Sydney Opera House. t.co/cr3kcoqvYA

It took 30 years to create the Machu Picchu Archaeological Park. t.co/3ADRy31exI

It took 6 years to build Burj Khalifa in Dubai. t.co/lG9qlqfi5z

It is incredible to see what is possible when humans use their imagination and have the courage to attempt the seemingly impossible. Civilization progresses when leaders are willing to build. We need as many builders as we can get.

What other amazing structures did I miss?

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