Have you seen this? You must have seen this. The original Seven Wonders of the World have been reconstructed in meticulous detail in a series of 3D videos and it's awesome!

1) Colossus of Rhodes
The Colossus was a 32m tall statue of the sun God Helios that towered over Mandraki Harbour in Rhodes. It rose from a huge 15m marble pedestals to allow ships between its legs.

2) Great Pyramid of Giza
The only Wonder of the Ancient World still standing, the Great Pyramid of Giza has lasted more than 4,500 years since it was built by the Ancient Egyptians. Stones weighing up to 15 tons each were dragged by more than 100,000 workers to construct the ancient structure.

3) Hanging Gardens of Babylon
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon is the only Wonder of the Ancient World for which we have no known location. Ancient writers describe the gardens as an elaborate structure with 20-metre high terraces and complex machinery to draw water to its thousands of colourful plants.

4) Statue of Zeus at Olympia
This impressive 12-metre statue was plated with gold and ivory and sat inside the Ancient Greek Temple of Zeus. It likely lasted a few hundred years before it fell apart, either when the temple was destroyed in 426 AD or a few years later in a fire at Constantinople.

5) Lighthouse of Alexandria
The lighthouse that set the bar for all future lighthouses, this structure was erected in the city of Alexandria, Egypt, around 300 BC. Topped with a burning fireball, the incredible 100-metre structure comprised a cylinder atop an octagonal level, which was supported by a giant square base.

6) Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
This enormous tomb was built for Mausolus, ruler of an ancient region of Asia Minor known as Caria.It was so impressive, that the late king’s name became the generic word for large funeral monuments.Constructed in what is now Turkey around 350 BC, the tomb was designed by Mausolus himself and took from Greek, Near Eastern, and Egyptian design.

7) Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
This enormous building, also in modern day Turkey, was constructed and destroyed a whopping three times. Just the foundations and a single column can still be seen today.