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Landmarks Picture Quiz

Name these landmarks pictured below.
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DollarBill2208
(65)
Yes, I wouldn't expect many non-Americans to get the Gateway Arch. Americans know it and recognize it, but it's not a main tourist attraction. It's just kind of "there." Just like you Europeans shouldn't expect many of us Americans to get the Machu Picchu. I have never heard of that in my life! What is it, and where is it? I also knew that building was in Sydney, but I didn't know that it was an opera house.
Jul 28, 2011
baileyjordan567
(0)
Machu Picchu is an ancient city in Peru
Jul 9, 2012
(14)
Machu Micchu is/was a large Incan city. It actually wasn't the largest city (or the "capital") of the empire. It has become one of the most popular attractions in South American (even though there are tons of Incan ruins all over the continent). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machu_Picchu
Mar 1, 2013
(49)
Er, why would Europeans get it and not Americans? It's an internationally famous site. I'm Australian and I knew it!
Mar 29, 2014
(44)
I agree with Trackles, why would Americans not get it? I'm American. I learned about Machu Picchu in third grade. It's kinda super famous. The Gateway Arch, on the other hand...I had no idea what that was called or where in America it's located.
Mar 29, 2014
dapper
(18)
.How does an American know what macho picchu is and not know anything about the Gateway Arch. Its one of the most famous monuments in the US.
Apr 2, 2014
dapper
(18)
Speak for yourself Bill. I'm American and I knew them all.
Apr 2, 2014
(18)
Same
Apr 21, 2014
Xiki
(15)
I'm not American and got the Gateway Arch. And I really don't know why Europeans would mind about Americans knowing Machu Picchu... After all, it's in Peru, South America... A little bit of general knowledge...
Apr 7, 2014
CallMeJane
(9)
I'm an American that missed the arch (who the bleep goes there?) but got Machu Picchu and Mt Fuji.
Apr 12, 2014
DollarBill2208
(65)
I wasn't sure how to spell Pisa. I kept trying to spell it Piza. Probably getting it confused with the pyramids of Giza. By the way, that gateway arch is also known as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, after our third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson.
Jul 28, 2011
DollarBill2208
(65)
My mistake. It's South American.
Jul 28, 2011
(37)
Mount Fuji?? I never heard of it... I thought it was Kilimanjaro. Also, I thought Pisa was spelled with a Z.
Jul 28, 2011
Frostinferno
(28)
mt fuji is in japan
Jan 20, 2013
dapper
(18)
Theres no leaning tower of pizza anywhere I know.
Apr 2, 2014
cjsf92
(18)
@acer9199 for your information Machu Picchu is an old Incan settlement in Peru and is very famous all over the world, it's closer to you than europe!
Jul 29, 2011
(27)
can you please adjust software for spelling errors
Jul 29, 2011
Dymefire
(0)
Mount Fuji? I would have assumed Kilimanjaro, Vesuvius, or Everest...
Aug 1, 2011
chrischandler
(0)
easy quiz. 100%. mt fuji is in japan
Aug 3, 2011
(37)
I used to open my door to Fuji every morning. Amazing.
Aug 12, 2011
KellyGeoGirl
(0)
easy. that one with 196 countries was the hardest lol
Aug 25, 2011
(32)
try the capitals of them, that one is harder :).
Sep 6, 2012
(63)
Or all of the beatles songs...rediculous
May 20, 2013
(21)
Missed Fuji!
Aug 26, 2011
(36)
missed St.Louis again. Darn it.
Aug 28, 2011
(23)
@Dymefire Vesuvius does not have snowy summit, Everest is located in a mountain chain and Kilimanjaro is not surrounded by such urban structures or such green fields. Neither of those option should therefore be obvious.
Sep 7, 2011
Jaq
(0)
Mount Fuji is obvious. The Washington monument and the St Louis arch were difficult - I have seen them before, I just couldn't remember their names
Sep 13, 2011
lancershaft
(37)
reflecting pool should be an acceptable answer, as it is in the foreground of the picture of the washington monument.
Sep 26, 2011
dapper
(18)
Yeah right, people travel from far and wide to see the water in front of the unknown monument.
Apr 2, 2014
dznychick
(44)
LOL!
Apr 2, 2014
(49)
@Dymefire, I tried the same three mountains as you even though I knew, as @Gigano so astutely pointed out, that it doesn't have a snowy summit. Only reason I knew what the Washington Monument was called is cos they mention it a fair bit in Bones. I think Opera House should simply be accepted, as in Sydney we don't really call it the Sydney Opera House...
Nov 15, 2011
CallMeJane
(9)
I just typed in 'Opera House' and got it - I knew Australia but couldn't nail down Sydney.
Apr 12, 2014
caried1
(21)
16/17 Unable to recall Empire State Building.
Dec 23, 2011
lemondeer
(0)
missed the colloseum and mount fuji DARN
Dec 30, 2011
Timmy21
(16)
i would have gotten 4 more if i could spell!
Dec 31, 2011
(32)
Very very easy! 100%
Jan 11, 2012
CLWall88
(0)
Only missed Machu Picchu
Jan 12, 2012
arismartie13
(0)
macchu picchu and mt fuji :(
Jan 28, 2012
Erinthena
(39)
Couldnt figure out how to spell Machu Picchu correctly :(
Feb 10, 2012
frindle
(33)
mt fuji?? kept trying the alps..
Feb 26, 2012
Drumline4life
(0)
The Statue of Liberty is also referred to as Lady Liberty
Mar 12, 2012
JFK
(0)
I agree with yocoy.
Mar 27, 2012
David1234
(0)
This was very easy, 100% with a minute to spare. and im pretty sure many american know machu picchu as it is very famous, and not very similar to the arch, as the arch is really only important to the US as it symbolizes the US expansion west, but machu picchu is history of all humans
Apr 7, 2012
(55)
history of all humans? How do you figure that? I am not descended from Incans, are you? There are probably quite a few more humans whose history is somehow connected to St Louis or American Westward expansion than there are that are in any way connected to Machu Piccu.
Mar 29, 2014
(33)
Kinda easy
Apr 9, 2012
(23)
100%!!!
Apr 9, 2012
imadyer
(27)
Isn't it really the Gateway to the West, not the St. Louis Arch?
Apr 26, 2012
Quizmaster
Most people call it the St. Louis Arch, but if you type "Gateway to the West" it will work.
Apr 27, 2012
(23)
13/17. Missed all of the ones situated in the US except the statue of liberty.
Jul 11, 2012
(23)
Also got the white house and mt rushmore.
Jul 11, 2012
(16)
Could you accept Sydney Music House also?
Aug 21, 2012
(49)
er, why? It has never ever been called that or referred to as that! Can we call the Statue of Liberty the Big Lady with an Icecream?
Mar 29, 2014
(44)
Ooooh, I like that. Might have to start calling her that.
Mar 29, 2014
(58)
YAY...win. I've been thinking of "different" names for all of these.
Mar 29, 2014
CallMeJane
(9)
I'm good with that.
Apr 12, 2014
(28)
I got 100 per cent and I'm English and under 18
Sep 3, 2012
Nix418
(25)
100%....35sec left.
Oct 23, 2012
TraciLeigh
(0)
I missed Mount Fuji. :(
Feb 11, 2013
paco101989
(18)
Why so many monuments of the usa?? There are a lot more, more impressive all around the world..the parthenon - Acropolis in Athens, Hagia Sofia in istanbul etc.
Feb 28, 2013
(62)
I agree, and I'm American. It would be a more interesting quiz with more international landmarks.
May 28, 2013
(49)
Agreed. Do we really need both the White House and the Washington Monument? Replace one of them with Big Ben or the Louvre or something.
Mar 30, 2014
Quizmaster
You'll be happy to know that both those landmarks are on the sequel.
Mar 31, 2014
(17)
Beat it with two minutes to spare! I'm only 13!
May 18, 2013
CallMeJane
(9)
Ya, ya... that means school isn't 20 or 30 years in your past . . .yet!
Apr 12, 2014
(38)
Why doesn't it accept Flavian Amphitheater?
May 19, 2013
(32)
I knew what they all were, except I didn't know how to spell Machu Picchu!
May 25, 2013
(20)
got 100%, though you should accept the just the leaning tower for the leaning tower of Pisa and can you accept lady liberty?
Jun 2, 2013
(19)
Easy! Finished with just under 2 minutes left.
Jun 1, 2013
(16)
got 14/17 only because I do not know how to spell
Jul 30, 2013
(44)
Really easy even with having to write them all out. I've been to five of them.
Jul 31, 2013
(44)
Second try got 100% with 2:50 left!!!!!
Jul 31, 2013
(39)
Great Wall oder The Great Wall should count (or Chinese Wall), tried all sorts of versions except "Great Wall of China", that was kinda frustrating, otherwise it's a nice quiz!
Sep 24, 2013
DustyBottoms
(44)
17/17 Great quiz, thanks.
Sep 30, 2013
(7)
Super...
Oct 7, 2013
AlexxxG
(38)
Just "fuji" is ok but "great wall" not? I got frustrated on this one!
Nov 11, 2013
dennius23
(8)
will it's not known as Egyptian pyramid it's known as Pyramids of Egypt..
Jan 8, 2014
(55)
I think you mean Giza
Apr 1, 2014
(32)
Egyptian Pyramids? Lol, that's like calling the Taj Mahal Indian temple.
Jan 30, 2014
(55)
Because there is only one large temple in India?
Apr 1, 2014
(35)
7 of the 17 landmarks are American. A bit ridiculous if you ask me...and I'm sorry but the Gateway Arch does not belong in the same quiz as the Pyramids of Giza, Taj Mahal ect.
Jan 30, 2014
finalstand142
(21)
agreed...should have been something like the Christ the Redeemer Statue
Feb 6, 2014
WelshWizard
(32)
Totally agree. Way too America-orientated.
Mar 10, 2014
nomad14
(41)
why not just accept the great wall?
Mar 6, 2014
WelshWizard
(32)
7 American landmarks. I refuse to believe that 41% of the world's most famous landmarks are in the US. A bit more variation wouldn't do any harm, especially for us non-Americans.
Mar 10, 2014
CallMeJane
(9)
A bit Ameri-centric even for Americans. I have been known to read a book or flip through a National Geographic from time to time. But I've never seen that bleeping Arch.
Apr 12, 2014
(45)
I tried Pisa Leaning Tower and Chinese Great Wall and they don't worked
Mar 11, 2014
(45)
I have to agree that there was an excess of American ones on here. I got them all (I'm Canadian) except Mt. Fuji, all I could think of was Mauna Kea (I have a photo of it on my wall) and the shape is pretty similar. As for changing some of the American ones, how about Angkor Wat, Acropolis, Brandenburg Gate, Uluru, Easter Island, Niagara Falls (partly american, probably more world-known than the STL arch), The Louvre, CN Tower, Lake Louise, Arc de Triomphe, St. Basil's Cathedral. Just to name a few.
Mar 29, 2014
(42)
Please accept Flavian amphitheatre for the coliseum, as that is its more correct name.
Mar 29, 2014
(25)
Quiz should accept Sydney Opera
Mar 29, 2014
(51)
Too easy.
Mar 29, 2014
decoaustralia
(31)
Niagara Falls? No Christ the Redeemer? No, Big Ben? No, Mayan temples? No Acropolis? No.....and yet tonnes of American landmarks!!!
Mar 29, 2014
(55)
tons*
Apr 1, 2014
Dax
(34)
Yeah it's easy. The Gateway Arch is only known to Americans and people who do Jetpunk quizzes, so it's not really a problem. Mount Fuji is the only natural landmark here - that's not important but thought i'd mention it.
Mar 29, 2014
(21)
Really easy. At first thought Fuji was Kilmanjaro though
Mar 29, 2014
(25)
Very easy!
Mar 30, 2014
(43)
Got them all except Mt Fuji. Found it odd that the rest of the landmarks selected were man made/handcrafted except this one. Kinda threw me off I guess.
Mar 31, 2014
Quizmaster
Also, a general question if anyone can answer it. What's the French equivalent of "landmark"? I looked it up on Google Translate, but I'm not sure it's correct. Would love to translate this series to French!
Mar 31, 2014
(45)
Point de repère is the correct translation. You could have also used an online French/English dictionary (I used Larousse). Not only that but I asked someone who speaks fluent French, and she could confirm the that is right.
Apr 1, 2014
bubbyeater
(35)
This quiz is biased toward Americans. Just saying.
Mar 31, 2014
(9)
should have the statue of jesus in rio
Apr 1, 2014
(10)
So 6 out of 17 landmarks are in the usa.... Perhaps try using a bit more variety of location
Apr 4, 2014
CallMeJane
(9)
7 out of 17 are in the U.S.
Apr 12, 2014
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