Famous Landmarks Quiz

How well do you know the landmarks of the world? Can you identify in which cities or countries you can find these landmarks? As a motivational booster you will be rewarded with a fun fact about the destination for every correct answer. Try it now!

World Landmark 1/10

In which European city can you find this famous fountain?
Rome
You are absolutely right! This is the Fontana di Trevi in the capital of Italy. It is considered good luck to throw coins into the fountain. Around 3,000 Euros worth of coins are thrown into the water each day.
Paris
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Madrid
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Athens
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In which city can you admire this beautiful building?
Moscow
Correct! This is the St. Basils Cathedral on the Red Square in Moscow. You deserved your fun fact about Russia (and of course it has to do with booze): Until 2011, anything containing less than 10% alcohol was considered to be a foodstuff and not alcoholic.
Thessaloniki
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Warsaw
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Hamburg
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In which Asian city can you find these two beauties?
Kuala Lumpur
Correct, these are the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! Here is your fun fact about Malaysia: The local time in Malaysia has been adjusted a total of eight times since 1932!
Bangkok
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Seoul
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Hong Kong
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In which city can you find the Taj Mahal?
Agra
Correct! Here is a fun fact about India: Before 1986, India was the only place in the world where Diamonds could be found.
Delhi
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Goa
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Varanasi
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In what Southeast Asian country can you find this building?
Brunei Darussalam
Correct! Here is a fun fact about Brunei Darussalam: The sultan of Brunei has a pilot licence and flies his own plane on state visits. Watch this Youtube clip if you want to see him pilot a Boeing jet
Timor Leste
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Singapore
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Cambodia
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Where in the world is this amazing airport located?
Sint Maarten
Correct! This is the airport of Sint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles. The northern French part of the island is known as St. Martin and is an overseas collectivity of France. The southern Dutch part is known as Sint Maarten and is one of four constituent countries that form the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
St. Barth
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Cairns
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Denpasar
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What is the name of this ancient city carved into sand stone?
Petra
Correct! The stone city is not named after an ancient beauty but the word Petra means "rock" in Greek
Barbara
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Helena
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Linda
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Which two countries does this border separate?
South Korea and North Korea
Correct! This is the border at Panmunjom separating the South from the North. And here is a fun fact about North Korea: North Korea bases its calendar on Kim Il-Sung's date of birth: 15 April 1912. So it is the year 105 right now.
Russia and Ukraine
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Germany and Poland
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U.S.A. and Mexico
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In which North American city can you find this landmark?
Seattle
Correct! This is the Space Needle in Seattle. You deserve this fun fact about Seattle: The Boeing Company, founded in the Seattle area by William Boeing, was originally a boat company. Mr. Boeing was fascinated with flying and airplanes.
Toronto
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Chicago
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Vancouver
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The skyline of which city can you see here?
Shanghai
You are correct! Here is your fun fact: Fortune cookies are not actually a traditional Chinese custom. They were invented by an employee in the Key Heong noodle factory in San Francisco.
Hong Kong
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Singapore
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Tokyo
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Thank you for playing this weeks’ quiz.
You can find last weeks’ quiz about the flags of the world here

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