Angkor Wat 18 Big Ben 24 Chichen Itza 30 Cristo Redentor 19 Eiffel Tower 16 Himeji Castle 29 Machu Picchu 13 Notre Dame 13 Pentagon 23 Sistine Chapel 21 Statue of Liberty 25 Stonehenge 34 Taj Mahal 16 Forbidden Palace 17 Great Library 19 Great Lighthouse 11 Hagia Sophia 22 Hanging Gardens 7 Kremlin 11 Louvre 14 Oracle 22 Porcelain Tower 21 Pyramids 29 I feel great artists are not reaaaaally useful if not going cultural. And I don't like them for golden ages either, because every spent GP gives you less and less GA time, and I'm already generating tons of Great Merchants from my puppet empire, so why bother, really. It seems I'm the only one that believes the FP is good (check my 2 previous votes for the detailed reasons). What surprises me the most is that people that are downvoting it are doing it because it doesn't help with small empires. Well, duh. Pentagon doesn't help if you are not a warmonger, Angkor Wat doesn't help if you are growing large. That doesn't mean they aren't good wonders, that means you aren't using them correctly (or you just happened to conquer the city that built it, or had a spare great engineer and didn't know what to use it for). So I'm okay with people that don't like FP because they think that its benefits are too low for a wide empire (say 12+ cities), and that there are easier ways to get happiness, even if I do believe that for REALLY large empires it's a must, and it's not always easy to go and get the city that built it, depending on the map and the civ (say, a chinese city in the middle of another continent, for example). But downvoting it because it sucks for a tall empire (which, let's be clear, it does) seems like missing the point of the wonder.