The following list of the New Seven Wonders is presented without ranking, and aims to represent global heritage.
LOST PYRAMIDS OF THE AZTECS highlights rarely seen archeological sites, as experts conduct excavations and attempt to build an Aztec pyramid. The special premieres Sunday, June 28 at 8P ET on Science Channel.
This emerald-green lake is one of Austria's most beautiful bodies of water.
This natural spring has claimed the lives of many divers.
The yaupon holly, North America’s only native plant that contains caffeine, creates a powerful elixir known as the Black Drink.
The remote Serranía del Perijá mountain range, which divides Venezuela from Colombia, was once ruled by guerrillas, and near-impossible to access. But thanks to the Colombian peace agreement, which was signed in 2016, adventurers are starting to explore the formerly out-of-bounds forest-cloaked peaks.
A trek through China's Tiger Leaping Gorge is a journey into the country's most ethnically diverse region, where beauty and fear hang intoxicatingly in the air.
International mysteries, vintage maps, hidden treasure… Explorers Justin and Emiliano are on the case.
With one click you can go from being under the sea to outerspace! Take a look below for a list of amazing places you can experience virtual wonder.
In a library in the UK, research librarians stumbled upon one of the oldest known manuscripts detailing the legend of Merlin. Translated from Old French, the accidentally discovered text offers a slightly augmented take on a typically risqué Arthurian legend.
3,000-year-old city of Aten has been discovered to be the next best “extraordinary” finding since the tomb of boy king Tutankhamen.
Adventure seekers travel from around the world to drive and cycle Bolivia's 43-mile "Death Road." Visit Discovery.com to learn what's so dangerous about it.
Be prepared to be wowed by this unique island country.
This hidden room within the mountain was designed for the future.
Get your popcorn ready, it's a Discovery stream-a-thon!