The Great Pyramid at Giza is the only one of the Seven Wonders still intact, and even it is a pale shadow of its former glory. The Lighthouse at Alexandria and the Temples of Zeus are long gone. The almost-mythical Hanging Gardens of Babylon has passed into folklore with no evidence of what it once was. The Seven Wonders awed Mankind from the Second Century BC to the Modern Era. Today, archaeologists and architects have been able to recreate some of these magnificent structures that defined the world of the Eastern Mediterranean. Now you can see what they looked like and what it took to build them.