Do You Know What Country This Famous Building Is In?

By: Annette

Do You Know What Country This Famous Building Is In?
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About This Quiz

A city is only as great as its buildings and landmarks, right? Some buildings are so famous that they overshadow the city where they stand. In this quiz, we're going to name the building and you name the city. It's not going to be as easy as you think.
Eiffel Tower
London
Dublin
Paris
Okay, y'all. If you didn't get this one right, there's no hope for you. The famous Eiffel Tower was engineered by Alexandre Gustav Eiffel in 1889.

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Statue of Liberty
Alsace
Los Angeles
New York City
Again, we're trying to build your confidence with this one. The Statue of Liberty is perhaps the most famous landmark in the United States.

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Taj Mahal
Moscow
Copenhagen
Agra
The Taj Mahal is, by far, the most famous building in India. Some would say that it's the most beautiful in the world.

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The most famous opera house
Zagreb
Jerusalem
Sydney
The most iconic opera house in the world is the Sydney Opera House in Australia. It was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon.

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The Great Wall
Qinghai
Gansu
Ningxia
All of the above
The Great Wall of China passes through many cities! These include Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin and Liaoning.

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Big Ben
Lorraine
Brighton
London
Big Ben is the towering landmark of London. It's the most famous clocktower in the world.

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Christ the Redeemer
Rio de Janeiro
Christ the Redeemer is the most famous landmark in Brazil. It was built as a symbol of Brazilian Christianity.
Mexico City
Lima

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The Gateway Arch
Oklahoma City
St. Louis
St. Louis, Missouri, is home to the famous Gateway Arch. It makes you want to meet someone in St. Louis, quite frankly.
Toledo

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Hagia Sophia
Paris
Istanbul
Hagia Sophia is the most famous structure in Istanbul, Turkey. The landmark is a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica.
London

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Notre-Dame Cathedral
Zurich
Vienna
Paris
Paris does it again with the Notre-Dame Cathedral. What would Victor Hugo have done without it?

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One World Trade Center
Newark
New Haven
New York
One World Trade Center is not only a massive skyscraper, it's also steeped in deep history and meaning. No one will ever forget what happened on the ground where it now stands.

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Westminster Abbey
Brighton
Kent
London
Westminster Abbey is located in London, of course. It's one of the most important and historic buildings in the U.K.

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The White House
Arlington
Washington, D.C.
Okay, we all know that the White House is located in Washington, D.C. What we seem to take for granted is just how beautiful it is.
Annapolis

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Acropolis
Istanbul
Rome
Athens
The Acropolis majestically pops out of the center of the sprawling city of Athens. The famous building atop the Acropolis is the Parthenon.

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The Lotus Temple
Moscow
Bratislava
New Delhi
The Lotus Temple is the most famous structure in New Delhi, India. It is a Bahá'í House of Worship that was dedicated in December 1986.

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Treasury at Petra
Hashemite Kingdom
Petra is also known as the Rose City. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Vienna
Belfast

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The Colosseum
Venice
Athens
Rome
The Colosseum is one of the most historic structures in Rome, Italy. You can almost hear the screams of dead gladiators.

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Dome of the Rock
Damascus
Jerusalem
Dome of the Rock is located on the Temple Mount in the old city of Jerusalem. It's an Islamic shrine, and not a mosque.
Magreb

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Mosque of Córdoba
Madrid
Barcelona
Córdoba
Here we're trying to boost your confidence yet again. The Mosque of Córdoba is naturally in Córdoba, Spain.

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Pyramids
Cairo
Giza
That was kind of challenging! The famous Pyramids of Giza are sometimes thought to be in Cairo. The three large pyramids were constructed between 2560 and 2540 BCE.
Suez

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Frauenkirche
Venice
Belfast
Dresden
The Dresden Frauenkirche is one of the most famous buildings in Germany. It is a Lutheran church in Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony.

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Centre Georges Pompidou
Alsace
Bath
Paris
Centre Georges Pompidou is one of the most famous buildings in Paris. That being said, there are a LOT of famous buildings in Paris.

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Musée d'Orsay
Zurich
Budapest
Paris
Here we have yet another famous museum in Paris, France. Warning: there will be more where that came from.

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Château Frontenac
Lorraine
Normandy
Québec
The stunning Château Frontenac is located in Québec, Canada. It's one of Canada's premier grand railway hotels.

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Casa Milà
Valencia
Lima
Barcelona
Casa Milà is a famous Gaudi building in Barcelona, Spain. It's popularly known as La Pedrera or "open quarry".

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Château de Chenonceau
Paris
Versailles
Chenonceaux
This famous building majestically sits atop the River Cher. It's located in central France and is well worth the trip from Paris.

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Forbidden City
Tokyo
Ho Chi Minh
Beijing
The Forbidden City is not just a building but a sprawling landmark. It's famously located in Beijing, China.

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Dancing House
Bruge
Prague
The funky Dancing House is also known as Fred and Ginger. It is the Nationale-Nederlanden building on the Rašínovo Embankment in Prague.
Vienna

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Sagrada Familía
Barcelona
Sagrada Familía is another Gaudi masterpiece in Barcelona. This unfinished Roman Catholic church is as odd as it is beautiful.
Mexico City
Havana

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The Shard
Minneapolis
New York
London
The Shard of Glas is a 95-storey skyscraper in Southwark, London. London has the best names for its skyscrapers.

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Niterói Contemporary Art Museum
Nairobi
Swaziland
Rio de Janeiro
Niterói Contemporary Art Museum is another famous building in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The futuristic design is like nothing you've ever seen!

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Le Mont-Saint-Michel
Paris
Versailles
Normandy
Le Mont-Saint-Michel is an island commune in Normandy, France. It's located near Avranches.

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St. Basil’s Cathedral
St. Petersberg
Moscow
It doesn't get more Russian than St. Basil’s Cathedral. The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed is located in the Red Square of Moscow.
Warsaw

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The Guggenheim
Berlin
New York
New York City is the famous home of the Guggenheim Museum. It houses new and permanent exhibits each year.
Budapest

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The Gherkin
Berlin
Amsterdam
London
The Gherkin, or 30 St Mary Axe, is a famous skyscraper in London. It's literally shaped like a gherkin, which is a small pickle.

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