Tabulaa:  Bucket List - Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat was first a Hindu, then subsequently, a Buddhist temple complex in Cambodia and the largest religious monument in the world.

The only other country flag in the world that features a national monument is the current flag of Afghanistan. Images from Angkor Wat also appear on many denominations of the riel banknote.

Construction on Angkor Wat began in the early 12th century and continued for about thirty-seven years. It was built in the time period of the Khmer, in the reign of Suryarmen II, who reigned  from 1113 AD to 1150 AD.


Bucket List - Base Jumping

A base jump is a parachute jump from the tops of tall manmade or natural objects, usually from 1,000 feet or less.  Why base jump? Base jumpers throw themselves off tall buildings for the incredible buzz and the  challenge.  When they launch into space, base jumpers say they are chasing life instead of death.

“BASE”, as it is strictly written, is an ingenious acronym. It nails four kinds of fixed objects from which you can base-jump: buildings, antennas, spans (bridges), and earth (cliffs).

Base jumping is one of the world’s riskiest sports, with overall deaths in 2002 estimated at one in 60 participants.

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Bucket List - See the Christ Redeemer

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Christ the Redeemer is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world. It is 30 meters tall, not including its 8 meters pedestal, and its arms stretch 28 meters wide.

Construction of the Christ Redeemer statue in Brazil started in 1922 and was eventually completed in 1931 taking over 9 years to build at a cost of $250,000.

The left arm points to Rio de Janeiro’s north, the right to the south. 

Major corporate sponsors spent large amounts of money to help the statue get voted in as a new 7th wonder of the world.