From transatlantic flights to wandering down the road to top up on milk and toilet rolls, travel is difficult at the moment. Sights are limited, and depending on where you live, the world can feel small when looking out the window.
It’s times like this that we’re grateful video games exist. With the jump in technology over the last couple of decades, rendering world famous landmarks has become easier and allowed more detail and size than ever before. It’s amazing to think these virtual landmarks even still exist , or once existed at some point in history.
The majority of the Seven Wonders of the World have long since been lost to time, but Wonders of the Modern World still continue to spring up to this day. Here are just ten of them to enjoy when stuck inside your home, desperate for an escape.
These are places that exist or have previously existed, and that you can truly experience up close and personal. World-building simulators like Civilization and Minecraft are excluded as the developers need to have modelled something, rather than the fans.
These are Wonders of the World, gorgeously recreated in pixel form.