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Lurch
What is man's greatest structural achievement? View All


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Borat
The ancient pyramids. They have beauty and longevity.

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John Hayes
I saw this post on ENGINEERING.com about the 7 man-made wonders of the world. Here's the link; http://www.new7wonders.com/index.php?id=633

It's essentially a civil engineering history lesson, including the great wall, the pyramids, Petra - Jordan, Christ Redeemer - Brazil, Mach Picchu, Taj Mahal, Chichen Itza and the Roman Colliseum.


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Jonathan Bello
The Burj Dubai will be the tallest building in the world, by 2010. But if you look at how its designed, you'll see why i think its the best structural achievement.

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