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London Landmarks

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Last updated: August 3, 2012
First submittedAugust 3, 2012
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Landmark
Name
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
Landmark
Name
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
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level 32
Aug 4, 2012
allow more options for the answers!!!!
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level 22
Aug 5, 2012
Like what exactly?!
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level 56
Oct 16, 2014
Such as "Westminster Palace" for Houses of Parliament
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level 51
May 11, 2017
Nobody calls the bloody thing houses of Parliament.
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level 67
Jan 9, 2016
No. 10 Downing St.
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level 76
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.
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level 25
Jan 28, 2013
house of parliment should also be accepted. not just houses.
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level 74
Jun 23, 2013
There are several large train stations in London, of which the largest is Waterloo.
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level 76
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.
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level 76
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.
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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?
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level 74
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).