Travel: Seven Wonders Travel
 
You Voted, Now Your 7 Regional Winners...
Leave it to our readers to think big.

Shortly after the New 7 Wonders of the World (the Taj Mahal, the Roman Colosseum, Machu Picchu, etc.) were announced in July, we solicited your choices for this region's standouts — man-made wonders within a four-hour drive of Washington. Yes, we know: There's no equivalent to the Great Wall of China in Largo, but still . . . We winnowed down your nominations to 20 finalists, then opened up the voting online for the top seven. After tallying thousands of votes, we now present your outsize selections for the must-see sites of the mid-Atlantic:
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Statue of Liberty
Liberty Island
National Cathedral
Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues in Northwest Washington
U.S. Capitol Building
East end of the Mall
Lincoln Memorial
West end of the Mall
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Ave.
Brooklyn Bridge
Spanning the East River, from Lower Manhattan to Brooklyn
Fallingwater
Bear Run, Pa.
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NOTE: This is an unscientific survey of washingtonpost.com readers; PHOTOS: Jim Bourg - Reuters, Ray Lusting - The Washington Post, Katherine Frey - For The Washington Post, AP, Adam Rountree - AP, Dudley M. Brooks - The Washington Post, Frank Johnston - The Washington Post, Jeff Christensen - Reuters, Gene J. Puskar - AP, Sabina Louise Pierce - AP, Michael Lutzky - The Washington Post, AP, Gerald Matineau - The Washington Post, Amy Sancetta - AP, Manuel Balce Ceneta - AP, Jason Reed - Reuters, Shenandoah National Park, Keyur Khamar - Bloomberg News, Tim Sloan - Getty Images, Bill O'Leary - The Washington Post; WEB EDITOR: Christian Pelusi - washingtonpost.com; INTERACTIVE: washingtonpost.com

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