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European Landmarks Map Quiz

Click the name of each highlighted European landmark on the map.
Quiz by relessness
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Last updated: October 28, 2018
First submittedFebruary 10, 2017
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Acropolis
Big Ben
Blue Lagoon
Brandenburg Gate
Camp Nou
Carcassonne
Charles Bridge
Colosseum
Dubrovnik Walls
Eiffel Tower
Hagia Sophia
Lake Garda
Leaning Tower
of Pisa
Loch Ness
Matterhorn
Mount Vesuvius
Schönbrunn Palace
Sognefjord
St Basil's Cathedral
Stonehenge
The Little Mermaid
The Winter Palace
Van Gogh Museum
Wawel Castle
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level 72
Feb 10, 2017
Great quiz - I nominate this for a star! I learned about a few places to add to my next Europe trip.
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level 47
Feb 10, 2017
Thanks! I've been to 11 of these places, would love to visit the rest. Don't visit Stonehenge though. It is literally just a field with a few rocks. It's even more tragic considering that the Great Pyramid of Giza was built around the same time.
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level 72
Feb 10, 2017
One more than me. Yeah, Stonehenge was a fizzer, thanks to the clowns who built the through-road too close to it.
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level 71
Feb 10, 2017
great, next time you visit Italy let me know!
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level 47
Feb 10, 2017
Was in Italy last month, skiing in Cervina (hence why Matterhorn is in the quiz)
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level 80
Feb 10, 2017
Hey now, I liked Stonehenge, even though a few people told us to stay away as you did. The visitor and interpretive center there is quite well done. I'd recommend going a bit up the road to Avebury, that one is really different and you can get right up to the stones.
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level 73
May 11, 2017
Good call, Joey; Avebury is far less commercialised, and there's a pub in the middle (claims to be the only pub in the world inside a stone circle!)
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level 72
Feb 10, 2017
One technical detail - any questions you got right before it gets featured ARE set back to zero after featuring. I did this quiz a few minutes before it was featured, but had to do it a second time to earn the points.
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level ∞
Feb 10, 2017
In this case, yes, because I changed the order of the questions. I saw that only 27 people had taken it, so I figured it wouldn't inconvenience too many people to reset the states.
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level 71
Feb 10, 2017
Can we have a similar one where you have pictures instead of names? Great quiz!
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level 47
Feb 10, 2017
Was going to do something like that, but worried about copyright issues.
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level 60
Feb 10, 2017
Then do you have any pics from your trips there?
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level 77
Feb 10, 2017
Got everything except Camp Nou. I did it by going down the list of items and then moving around the dot until I found the right location. Difficult doing it the other way.
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level 47
Feb 10, 2017
I am waiting for the day we can make a quiz where I give you a hint and you have to click an answer on the map.
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level 66
Feb 10, 2017
Awesome quiz. I looked up all the places that I'd never heard of and learned a lot. (Poor American who doesn't travel much)
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level 62
Feb 14, 2017
Lovely quiz. I've only been to a handfull of those.
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level 76
May 11, 2017
Never been to any of these. I hope you do this for all seven continents. (I suspect Antarctica would be a real learning experience for us all.)
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level 62
Sep 23, 2018
Ha ha about Antarctica. I think I could maybe get two or three for Antarctica.
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level 62
May 11, 2017
Hey, really fun quiz! Only been to 5 of them though. One day...
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level 57
May 11, 2017
So many in Italy screwed me up :(
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level 78
May 11, 2017
Too italian ^^. More seriously, the quiz is nice but you could remove Lake Garda and add something in Portugal and in Belgium (which would get the quiz to 25 answers). I also suggest to say "Carcassonne walls", as for Dubrovnik, since it is a landmarks quiz.
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level 62
Sep 23, 2018
The Carcassonne Walls instead of Dubrovnik Walls? Not sure what you mean by that; Carcassonne is in France, and Dubrovnik (which I have been to) is in Croatia, not at all close by, and has nothing to do with Carcassonne.
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level 66
Apr 9, 2019
He meant that the clue should say "Carcassonne walls" the same way the "Dubrovnik walls" are already in.
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level 58
May 11, 2017
Great one. Original. Well done
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level 44
May 11, 2017
Really great quiz ! But wouldn't it be far more interesting to put Sagrada Familia than Camp Nou ?
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level 62
Sep 23, 2018
I agree. The Sagrada Familia is much more famous. I have been to Barcelona (I went when I was young, though) and I have heard of Sagrada Familia but not Camp Nou.
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level 59
Nov 30, 2018
Well then, maybe it's time to learn something new!
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level 40
May 11, 2017
24/24 first try, the ones I knew I answered, then judged the others by the way they were spelt.
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level 71
May 11, 2017
Camp Nou? A landmark?
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level 57
Feb 23, 2018
First try 24/24; Been to 9 of them, nearby three more..
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level 44
Jan 24, 2019
As a person born in Prague, it saddens me to see Charles bridge to be the lowest. :-(
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level 63
Jul 2, 2019
Maybe a few less in italy? To be more balanced, but also to make it a bit easier to guess if you only know something is north or south italy. That way you learn the more exact location. With several (for me) no information is retained. But perhaps it was your intention to make it more of a challenge and let people doubt :)

There are quite a few great ones you could ve picked. Giants causeway ireland, atomium belgium, neuschwanstein castle germany (many might not know the name, but recognise it when they see it) sagrada familia spain ofcourse. And many others.

Ps if you wanted to confuse but still educate people (those that bother to look things up) You could do parthenon and pantheon ;)

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level 25
Aug 2, 2019
Got em all with 2:52 to spare yeah boiiii :P