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United States Landmarks Map Quiz

Click the name of each highlighted American landmark on the map below.
Quiz by relessness
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Last updated: October 28, 2018
First submittedFebruary 16, 2017
Times taken14,755
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Denali
French Quarter
Gateway Arch
Golden Gate Bridge
Grand Canyon
Hollywood Sign
Hoover Dam
Kennedy Space Center
Liberty Bell
Mauna Kea
Monument Valley
Mount Rainier
Mount Rushmore
Niagara Falls
Plymouth Rock
Space Needle
Statue of Liberty
Walt Disney World
White House
Wrigley Field
Yellowstone Caldera
Yosemite
This Landmark is:
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level 69
Feb 19, 2017
Nice one. I did better than I expected myself to do. One little mistake: When you show the answers, it says 'This city is:' when it should say something like 'This landmark is:'
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level 8
Mar 1, 2017
good quiz i got all of them
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level 42
Apr 13, 2017
100% first try!
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level 76
Apr 13, 2017
I was quickly scanning for Statue of Liberty, and clicked on Liberty Bell before I could stop myself. Grrrrr.
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level 57
Apr 23, 2017
Major Props for including Wrigley as a national landmark. Fellow Cubs fan?
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level 76
Jul 10, 2017
this was too easy for this geography and travel buff. 100% with 2:35 to go. It helps that I have actually been to all of these places. bragging finished!
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level 56
Jul 10, 2017
I consider 19/22 as good for someone who has never been to the US
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level 63
Jul 10, 2017
This was fun! I had to skip a couple to use process of elimination, but I managed 100%. Woohoo!
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level 45
Jul 10, 2017
Good quiz, little confused why out of all the things in Chicago you went with Wrigley. There's a ton more things that would be familiar with more people. By that same line of thinking Boston should be on here with the Green Giant, and Saint Louis with Busch Stadium.
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level 80
Jul 10, 2017
It doesn't say it has to be the city's most famous landmark. And just because the quiz maker happened to use a ballpark for one city, that doesn't mean s/he has to use a ballpark for any other cities. 67% of people are correctly guessing Wrigley Field, so I don't think it's TOO obscure.
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level 77
Jul 10, 2017
Green Giant? I think you mean Green Monster....
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level 74
Oct 28, 2019
Hohoho
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level 62
Jul 11, 2017
Thanks for this, it has really helped me with some of the locations of landmarks I had heard of but didn't pinpoint on a map before - like Mt Rushmore and Gateway Arch.
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level 67
Jul 11, 2017
I really think Chicago has better options than Wrigley Field. Sears Tower (it's not the Willis Tower, no matter what the sign says)? Navy Pier? The Loop (makes as much sense as the whole French Quarter)?
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level 79
Jul 27, 2018
Even as a die hard, cradle to the grave St Louis Cardinal fan, I can't think of anything that says Chicago more clearly than that place where their team plays at baseball, whatever their name is. Just kidding guys. It's an American icon of the game and its history. Excellent choice.
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level 66
Jul 11, 2017
Too US-centric
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level 53
Jul 12, 2017
LOL
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level 57
Jul 13, 2017
Niagara Falls. NIAGARA FALLS! Slowly I turn...
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level 77
Jul 13, 2017
Pretty easy. Wouldn't have known where Monument Valley was but, process of elimination...
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level 49
Mar 22, 2018
that was a good add tho because it makes people think about where the Grand Canyon is. :)
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level 35
Feb 8, 2019
I didn't see white house until after the fact and chose it for D.C. *facepalm*
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level 30
Sep 28, 2017
Ok quiz, I don’t know if I’d call the Space Needle a landmark though.
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level 79
Oct 9, 2018
landmark. noun. an object or feature of a landscape or town that is easily seen and recognized from a distance

Sounds right to me.
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level 74
Oct 28, 2019
Towers are more often used as navigational landmarks than anything. I don't get what you mean.
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level 36
Dec 9, 2017
20/20
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level 60
Nov 16, 2018
There are 22
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level 62
Jul 19, 2019
Easy for americans, tough when you are not from the US, interesting either way. Like kiwiquizzer said, now ou have a better idea of some of the locations of landmarks you had heard about, but never really knew where the were.

Space needle for example I knew was seattle, cause it is often mentioned together. But for many others that is not the case, and only the landmark itself is mentioned. Like the hoover dam. (All of this is besides knowing where the specific city/state is, that is extra knowledge needed haha)