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London Tourist Attractions

Name the tourist attractions in London by the description below.
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Last updated: October 30, 2013
First submittedJanuary 9, 2013
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Description
Attraction
Replica of Shakespeare's theatre
The Globe Theatre
Tallest building in London
The Shard
Home of the Serpentine lake
Hyde Park
Eros statue
Piccadilly Circus
Centre of the West End
Leicester Square
Monument in the middle of Trafalgar Square
Nelson's Column
Nickname of 30 St Mary Axe
The Gherkin
Where the tomb of the unknown warrior is
Westminster Abbey
Large bell in Elizabeth Tower, Houses of Parliament
Big Ben
Art museum in former Bankside Power Station
Tate Modern
Description
Attraction
A bascule suspension bridge
Tower Bridge
Castle built in 1078
Tower of London
Official Residence of the Queen
Buckingham Palace
Old market for fruit and vegetables
Covent Garden
Large music arena in the Millenium Dome
O2 Arena
Home of the England football team
Wembley Stadium
Largest department store in London
Harrods
Concert hall for the Proms
Royal Albert Hall
The Ferris Wheel
London Eye
Wren's Anglican cathedral
St Paul's Catherdal
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level 76
Dec 29, 2012
Why do you have to put THE Globe Theatre instead of just Globe Theatre? Wht not THE London Eye also? Inconsistency. Why not accept Tate for Tate Modern?
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level 63
Nov 25, 2015
And not "The Tower of London". Which isn't even it's proper name...it's actually "Her Majesty's Palace and Fortress".
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level 76
Mar 16, 2013
Yeah, "Gherkin" is not enough, it has to be "THE Gherkin"? That's not right.
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level 51
Apr 30, 2013
I agree that you shouldn't need the 'the' at the beginning. But there are two Tate museums in London.
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level 32
Sep 14, 2013
Pretty sure Big Ben is in St. James' Tower not Elizabeth Tower.
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level 32
Oct 5, 2013
It's actually Anteros rather than Eros in Piccadilly Square.
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level 68
Nov 1, 2014
Albert Hall should be enough surely!
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level 70
May 5, 2019
I would say so. People generally call it "the Albert Hall". Tried that first, then added royal.
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level 37
Mar 24, 2016
Can you accept 'nelsons column' without the apostrophe, I was typing for ages and becoming confused, good quiz though!
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level 47
Mar 24, 2016
Jetpunk doesn't look at punctuation when you type in your answer. For whatever reason your answer didn't work, not including the apostrophe was not it.
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level 68
Mar 24, 2016
Weird extra wording needed, not normal everyday speech.