80. Statue of Liberty, USA: Symbol of freedom in the form of a giant copper lady.
81. Empire State Building, USA: Iconic Art Deco skyscraper and emblem of New York.
82. CN Tower, Canada: Somewhat tall communications and observation tower.
83. Mount Rushmore, USA: Four giant faces carved into a granite mountain.
84. Gateway Arch, USA: Elegant stainless-steel arch.
85. Disney World, USA: A childhood Wonder.
86. Hoover Dam, USA: Large dam on the Colorado River, now with a big bridge over it.
87. Golden Gate Bridge: Gigantic but graceful suspension bridge.
88. Teotihuacan, Mexico: Enormous ruined city best known for the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.
89. Palenque, Mexico: Ruined Mayan city in the jungle.
90. Chichen Itza, Mexico: The most famous of the ruined Mayan cities.
91. Tikal, Guatemala: Another series of Mayan ruins, in the jungle.
92. Machu Picchu, Peru: Remote mountain-top retreat from the Incan civilisation.
93: Nazca Lines, Peru: A huge series of 1500-year-old drawings in the desert only visible from the sky and by a civilisation surely never able to view them.
94. The Moai of Easter Island, Chile: Numerous monolithic stone heads on one of the most remote islands in the world.
95. Christ the Redeemer, Brazil: Iconic statue of Christ overlooking the city of Rio de Janeiro.
96. Timbuktu, Mali: Legendarily remote Saharan trading town.
97. Djenne Mosque, Mali: Largest mud building in the world, which I'm sure is better than it sounds.
98. Church of Saint George, Ethiopia: The best of a number of ancient churches carved into the rock.
99. Burj Al Arab, UAE: Iconic sail-style hotel.
100. Burj Khalifa, UAE: The tallest man-made structure in the world.
101. Ak Orda Presidential Palace, Kazakhstan: Modern-classic palace in new Kazakh capital.
102. Registan, Uzbekistan: Imposing square in ancient city centre.