Quiz: Most People Can't Name Over 50% Of These Worldly Landmarks. Can You?

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You know the Statue of Liberty when you see it, but what about the Rialto Bridge?

Prove that you are as worldly as you think you are with this picture-based quiz! Just identify the famous landmarks to pass!

 Jun 20, 2020

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London Eye
The Statue of Liberty
Empire State Building

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Sacre Coeur
Notre Dame
Eiffel Tower

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Piccadilly Circus
Big Ben
Westminster Abbey

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Leaning Tower of Pisa
Pompeii
St. Paul's Cathedral

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CN Tower
Empire State Building
Petronas Twin Towers

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Colosseum
Parthenon
Arena di Verona

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Notre Dame
Cologne Cathedral
Temple of Luxor

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Golden Gate Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Tokyo Tower
Pentagon
The Gherkin

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Rock of Gibraltar
London Eye
The Shard

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Madrid Palace
Space Needle
Sydney Opera House

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Taj Mahal
Florence Cathedral
Versailles

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Sagrada Familia
Macchu Pichu
Statue of Liberty

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Bridge of Sighs
Berlin Wall
Great Wall of China

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Hagia Sophia
Stonehenge
Angkor Wat

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Brighton Pier
Berlin Wall
Chapel Bridge

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Atomium
Kremlin
Mount Rushmore

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Brandenburg Gate
Louvre
St. Paul's Cathedral

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Mayan Pyramids of Chichen Itza
Petra
Pyramids of Giza

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Mount Everest
Mount Fuji
Matterhorn

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Rialto Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
Ponte Vecchio

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Tower of London
London Tower Bridge
Westminster Bridge

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Oriental Pearl Tower
Capitol Hill
Cloud Gate

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Spanish Steps
Trevi Fountain
Bridge of Sighs

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Acropolis
Pompei
Colosseum

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Moulin Rouge
Times Square
Summer Palace

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Santorini
Machu Picchu
Tivoli Gardens

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Sagrada Familia
Louvre
Notre Dame

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Helsinki Cathedral
Buckingham Palace
Windsor Castle

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Gateway Arch
Berlin Cathedral
Brandenburg Gate

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Great Buddha
Christ the Redeemer
Freedom Tower

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Versailles
Edinburgh Castle
Juliet's Balcony

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Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Grand Canyon
Redwood National Park

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Yellowstone National Park
Petra
Loch Ness

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Sistine Chapel
Wailing Wall
Alcatraz

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Niagara Falls
Victoria Falls
Bryce Canyon National Park

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Arc de Triomphe
Gateway Arch
Notre Dame Cathedral

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Empire State Building
Burj Khalifa Building
Sears Tower
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

A landmark is usually the term used to refer to a recognizeable feature, which can be either natural or made by man. They are usually so distinct that they stand out from the rest of their natural environment and in many cases, can be seen from long distances away. The term landmark is also sometimes used to describe to smaller features or structures, which have become so iconic that they are widely thought of as national or local symbols. Originally, landmarks were used to support navigation and help those who were looking for directions. Typical natural landmarks usually include mountains or plateaus, or even distinct trees. Those landmarks that were made by man are usually monuments or other buildings and structures. Religious buildings can also be landmarks, and become icons of a place. Some of the most famous landmarks in the world include the Statue of Liberty in New York City, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Big Ben in London, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Pisa, the Colosseum in Rome, the Empire State Building in New York City, the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Notre Dame in Paris, the Tokyo Tower in Tokyo, the London Eye in London, St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen, the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, the Tower Bridge in London and the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. See how many of them you can name with this quiz!