Which Civ5 Wonders of the World Have You Visited? (Pt 1)

Which Civ5 Wonders of the World Have You Visited? (Pt 1)

  • Great Mosque of Djenne (Djenné, Mali)

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  • Himeji Castle (Himeji, Japan)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Hubble Space Telescope (Bonus points for this one)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • International Space Station (Bonus points for this one)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Prora (Prorer Wiek, Germany)

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters


Dec 16, 2000
Washington, DC USA
Howdy Civ5 folks!

Simple question, which of the Civ5 wonders of the world have you personally visited? After answering the poll, please post to say how many you've visited (from both threads), let's see who has the most!

I'm excluding those that are destroyed and lost, but including those with ruins that can still be visited. Unfortunately there aren't enough options on the poll so I need to start a second thread. Be sure to answer the poll in the second thread too!

These are the Lost Wonders not included in the polls:
Great Library
Great Lighthouse
Hanging Gardens
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Statue of Zeus
Temple of Artemis
I did much better with the Civ5 wonders than with Civ6. I've been to 12 wonders, so that's 12/40: 30%! I wasn't sure about the CN Tower though. I've been to Toronto, as a kid, so I'm sure I've seen it, but I don't think I went inside so I'm not counting it. Then again, I didn't go inside Big Ben or the Statue of Liberty and I'm counting them... hmm.

Big Ben (London, England)
Broadway (New York City, USA)
Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)
Hagia Sophia (Istanbul, Turkey)
Leaning Tower of Pisa (Pisa, Italy)
Louvre (Paris, France)
Notre Dame (Paris, France)
Pentagon (Arlington, USA)
Sistene Chapel (Vatican City)
Statue of Liberty (New York City, USA)
Uffizi (Florence, Italy)
United Nations (New York City, USA)
Civilization IV, 4/25: The Apostolic Palace, Chichén Itza, the Parthenon, and the Sistine Chapel.
Civilization V, 9/40: Alhambra, Big Ben, Chichén Itza, the Leaning Tower, Machu Picchu, Neuschwanstein, the Parthenon, the Sistine Chapel, and the Uffizi (though only outside).
Civilization VI, 9/44: Alhambra, the Big Ben, the Casa de Contratación, Chichén Itza, the Colosseum, Machu Picchu, the Orzágház, the Torre de Belém, and the Venetian Arsenal (you could also make an argument for Huey Teocalli, given that I've been to CDMX and saw the various temples/ruins around there).
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If we define "visited" as having seen in person, I have visited 6 of these:
Big Ben
Cristo Redentor
Eiffel Tower
Notre Dame

All seen during two holidays with my wife, and one work trip to Brazil. The one that made the biggest impression by far, was Stonehenge. It was a calm and special place, and it felt awe-inspiring to be near a structure that old.
16 in this thread, including giving Petra its first vote above.

Which makes a total of 25, as I am 9/9 in the other thread!

From your “impossible” locations:
Great Library (OK, only the modern one now in Alexandria)
Great Lighthouse (well, stones from it are re-used in the port fort)
Statue of Zeus (OK, Temple of Zeus)
Temple of Artemis (sole pillar thereof)
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