There is a place in Delhi to see all the 7 wonders of world which is made by waste materials. This is an one of the great idea to make wonders with wasting materials. It’s name ‘ WASTE TO WONDERS’ . This place is so beautiful for a picnic and the night view is so attractive and charming. (Location : Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, Near Hazrat Nizamuddin Metro Station, Block A, Ganga Vihar, Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi – 110013 ).

The highlights of Waste to Wonder Park in Delhi are the beautiful replicas of the Seven Wonders of the World. Each monument is separated from the other by a thick cover of trees that act as curtains. This was done on purpose so that tourists can focus on one monument at a time and not get distracted by the others nearby.

Waste to Wonder Park, Delhi

The latest addition to Delhi’s list of attractions, Waste to Wonder Park features the replicas of iconic seven wonders of the world, created from industrial and other waste. One of its kind theme park in the world. Located near Nizammudin Metro Station, it was inaugurated at Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van.

It is surprising to know that the idea Waste to Wonder Park was triggered by Kota‘s Seven Wonders Park after it was featured in the Bollywood movie “Badrinath ki Dulhania”. The exceptional park is frequented by joggers and walkers. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) has harnessed wind and solar energy to light up the park rendering a breathtaking sight during sunset and night.

A visit to Waste to Wonder Park is a must to understand that something created from scrap materials can look so surreal. Plans to introduce a ‘light & sound’ show is in the offing along with the SDMC planning to allow prewedding and film shoots at the Waste to Wonder Park!

Here’s some information about the monuments in Waste to Wonder Park New Delhi:

1.Statue of Liberty

 The 30-feet tall replica of USA’s Statue of Liberty was made by a 31-year-old Delhi-based artist. The statue was built using around 8 tonnes of waste, such as metal sheets, angles, railings, scrap pipes, cycles chains and car rims.

2.Taj Mahal

 Created with 30 tonnes of waste, this 20-feet high replica of Taj Mahal was built by 24 workers in about five and a half months. The workers mainly used electric pole pipes, park benches, swings, old pans and cycle rings to build the structure.

3.Colosseum of Rome

 The 15-feet-high Colosseum of Rome in New Delhi’s Waste to Wonder Park was built using 11 tonnes of scrap materials, such as electric poles, car wheels, benches, automobile spare parts and metal railings.

4.Christ the Redeemer of Rio

 The theme park also houses a 25-feet high replica of Christ the Redeemer of Rio. It was built in 5 months with waste materials like motorbike chains, engine parts, old benches and electric poles.

5.Eiffel Tower of Paris

 The 60-feet high replica of the Eiffel Tower is the tallest monument in the park. Artist Sandip Pisalkar used 40 tonnes of automobile scrap, such as C-channels, angles and clutch plates, to make this magnificent structure.

6.Leaning Tower of Pisa

Built with 10.5 tonnes of waste, this 25-feet high replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa is a visual delight for sure. The structure, with 211 arches and 8 storeys, was built using metal sheets, pipes, benches, grass cutters, springs and typewriters.

7.Great Pyramid of Giza

 This 18-feet tall pyramid with 110 layers was created by a Vadodara-based architect named Pijush Patra. About 12 tonnes of 10800-feet scrap angles went into its construction.

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