|by Sean O'Neill||Landmarks and Monuments||2|
See some astonishing, 360-degree images of the "new" seven wonders of the world by visiting the 7 Wonders Panoramas website.
For example, you can feel like you're standing in the middle of the red rock walls of Petra, Jordan. Using your mouse, you can pull the image around you so that you see the scene "immersively." (Note: If you don't already have Apple's QuickTime software on your computer, you'll need to download it for free to see these panoramas.)
Earlier: BudgetTravel.com readers list their own favorite Wonders of the World. And this blog also told you about the picking of the seven new wonders of the world in this previous blog post.