London Landmarks

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Last updated: August 3, 2012
First submittedAugust 3, 2012
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Where the Queen lives:
Buckingham Palace
A very large park in the centre of London:
Hyde Park
Home of the Prime Minister:
10 Downing Street
A large square celebrating a famous victory over the French:
Trafalgar Square
Large ferris wheel:
London Eye
Londons most famous clock/bell:
Big Ben
Where Prince Charles lives:
Clarence House
Large train station:
Kings Cross
Where many prisoners were locked away:
Tower of London
Centre of Government:
Houses of Parliament
Similar to New York's Time Square:
Piccadilly Circus
A palace in Kensington:
Kensington Palace
Famous Cathedral:
St Paul's Cathedral
The most famous bridge in London:
Tower Bridge
A large column in Trafalgar Square:
Nelsons Column
Level 32
Aug 4, 2012
allow more options for the answers!!!!
Level 22
Aug 5, 2012
Like what exactly?!
Level 56
Oct 16, 2014
Such as "Westminster Palace" for Houses of Parliament
Level 53
May 11, 2017
Nobody calls the bloody thing houses of Parliament.
Level 55
May 26, 2021
Yes they do
Level 71
Jan 9, 2016
No. 10 Downing St.
Level 75
Nov 17, 2012
More option for answers eg, Nelson Column, 10 Downing St or 10 Downing, St Pauls, Picadilly Circus. I got them all except Nelsons Column but it took a while to get the right spelling or exact full name. Other quizzes are a little more forgiving especially if you aren't from there.
Level 25
Jan 28, 2013
house of parliment should also be accepted. not just houses.
Level 81
Jun 23, 2013
There are several large train stations in London, of which the largest is Waterloo.
Level 80
Feb 19, 2014
same complaint as everyone else. you should accept answers like Hyde for Hyde Park because your clue assumes it is a park. that is just one example of many of your answers that you have to type in way more than you do on most of the other quizzes. otherwise nice quiz.
Level 78
May 13, 2014
Agree. When it asked the name of the square, I wrote Trafalgar thinking square was already understood in the question. When that didn't work I tried other things which didn't work either. I did the same thing for Nelsons Tower. I missed Piccadilly because I was too stupid to spell it correctly.
Level 56
Feb 26, 2014
Houses of Parliament are the seat of Parliament, NOT the government. Also, could you accept "Palace of Westminster" or "Westminster Palace" please?
Level 81
Aug 17, 2018
There are a number of large train stations in London. The largest is Waterloo. And Whitehall is more the centre of government than Westminster (Houses of Parliament).
Level 46
Aug 2, 2020
There are lots of large train stations in London. Such as Waterloo, St Pancras etc.