Britons' blunders over Seven Wonders (...as one in four say they've been to places that no longer exist)http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z1lV5QKPXF
I'd challenge some of the statements in the article.
Temple of Artemis:
Original destroyed by Erostratus, rebuilding financed by the war spoils of Alexander the Great (He may be a Psycho killer, but he's a pious Psycho Killer - (Why does that sound familiar)).
The plinth and one column of the second incarnation are still present in a marshy field.
When I visited the column was topped with a stork's nest - which seemed appropriate for a fertility cult's temple.
Lumps of the Pharos lie at the bottom of alexandria harbour.
Smaller lumps have been incorporated into the Mameluke fort that guards the harbour.
Similarly the Mausoleum of Halicarnassos was destroyed in an earthquake, but the Crusader castle that guarded Bodrum harbour contains stones taken from the ruin. There's a small display of archelogical finds up a side lane at the site.
Many of the cases are empty and bear the caption "What should be here was taken to the British museum by thieves".
The colossus is long gone.
It's reputed site at the mouth of the harbour seems improbable.
More likely is the site of the nearby customs house, agora, or on higher ground now occupied by the Grand Master's Palace.