On July 7 2007, the New Seven Wonders of the World were announced. One of the nominees was Spain's own Alhambra in Granada
, but it unfortunately didn't make the final seven.
But what if all of the seven wonders of the world were in Spain? Just for fun, on this page you will find the nominees for an imaginary Seven Wonders of the World in Spain, split up into various categories.
Click on the category name to see the winner.
Spain was ruled by the Moorish muslims for 800 years and their presence can still be seen in Spain today.
Nominees: The Alhambra (Granada), Mezquita (Cordoba)
When talking about Spain's most bizarre architecture, one man comes to mind - Antonï¿½ Gaudï¿½.
Nominees: Parc Guell (Barcelona), La Sagrada Familia (Barcelona)
The best of Spain's many cathedrals.
Nominees: Burgos Cathedral, Santiago Cathedral, Salamanca Cathedral.
Architecture doesn't have to be old to be wonderful.
Nominees: Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao), Ciudad de Artes y Ciencias (Valencia)
With 'plaza life' so integral to life in Spain, a look at the best of Spain's plazas.
Nominees: Plaza de Espaï¿½a (Seville), Plaza Mayor (Madrid), Plaza Mayor (Salamanca)
Strength and beauty in the walled cities of Spain.
Nominees: Avila's City Walls, Toledo's City Walls
Spain's impressive bridges and aqueducts.
Nominees: Bridges of Ronda, Segovia Aqueduct