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Are you moving near to one of the Seven Wonders of the World?

Are you moving to one of the Seven Wonders of the World?  The Seven Modern Wonders were chosen between 2000 – 2007 by the New7 Wonders of the World poll. A round up of the New 7 Wonders is below:

China Great Wall of China, China

The Great Wall of China is made of many different materials and stretches from East to West China, a distance of approximately 5,500 miles.  It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts large amounts of visitors every year due to its historical importance and the fact that it is a symbolic part of Chinese culture.

Christ the Redeemer (Cristo Redentor), Brazil

The statue is considered to be the largest Art Deco statue in the world. An impressive 38m tall, it stands overlooking Rio de Janeiro  in the Parque Nacional de Tijuca. Every year, millions of people climb or take the train up the Corcovado mountain to visit the statue.

Petra, Jordan

Petra is one of the world’s most important archaeological sites, often referred to as the ‘Rose City’ due to the pink stone colour of the buildings. Half carved into rock, it is a stunning place to see and explore, no wonder it is Jordan’s most visited tourist attraction.

Moving to Peru Machu Picchu, Peru

The Inca ruins or ‘The Lost City of the Incas’ is a must-see for anyone moving or travelling to Peru. It is the end part of the popular Inca Trail hiking route. It stands in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, ‘re-discovered’ in 1911, before then it was unknown to the outside world. Located in a beautiful setting, it is a fascinating place to visit if you are moving to South America.

Colosseum, Italy

One of Rome’s most impressive structures, a journey to Rome would not be complete without visiting this  famous Roman landmark.

Taj Mahal, India

A stunning iconic mausoleum constructed from white marble, millions come every year to admire one of the world’s most photographed buildings. It is worth making the trip to visit it from wherever you are located in India.

Taj Mahal. India, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Chichen Itza, Mexico

Chichen Itza is most often represented by the The Temple of Kukulkan, also known as El Castillo, which is an awe inspiring structure representing Mayan culture.

Great Pyramid of Giza (Honorary)

The only remaining ancient Wonder of the World, the Great Pyramid of Giza is the largest and oldest Pyramid in Egypt.

Canada

What you can and can’t bring into Canada

17 July 2017

USA

What are the Different Types of Visas for the US?

10 July 2017

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Thinking of moving overseas? Here’s the best places to move your family

3 July 2017

News

Update on Impact of Cyber Attack on Maersk

28 June 2017

New Zealand

Moving to Children to New Zealand? Here’s how to find the perfect School

26 June 2017

UAE

Cultural Differences Between the UAE and UK

19 June 2017

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Some of our Customer Reviews

Thank you and everybody involved, you are an excellent team and an absolute pleasure to deal with.

J.D. Liverpool, UK to Toronto, Canada -
July 2016

My whole experience with John Mason's has been very good, from having Tony surveying till today with the container being packed, I will definitely recommend John Mason to provide removal services.

M.H. South Shields, UK to Perth, Australia – July 2016

Thanks Suzanne for all your help – it’s not easy trying to sort things out from such a long distance away and you’ve been superb! Thank you!

C.H. Warrington, UK to Edmonton, Canada - August 2016

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