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Q 1. Let’s start off with one of the most recognizable places on the planet! It’s an ancient and spiritually significant place, with many coming to celebrate the summer solstice to this day. Can you tell us what it is?
Q 2. This world-famous tower was built as part of the World Fair way back in the 19th century. It was only supposed to be temporary! Where would you go to find it?
Q 3. Some of the most stunning and enduring buildings were built in Ancient Greece and can still be seen to this day. This one is dedicated to the goddess Athena. Do you know what it is?
Mausoleum of Mausolus
Q 4. Pyramids have captured the imagination of travelers throughout history. Where would you go to get a better glimpse of this one?
Q 5. This ancient Incan city draws thousands of tourists everyday. Do you know its name?
Q 6. Some of the most magical places are taken straight from the realms of fantasy. Where would you go to see this skyline in real life?
Chesington World of Adventures
Q 7. This city is often called the ‘Mother City’. But which recognizable landmark have we blurred out?
Q 8. Some of the most spectacular sights in the world are natural phenomena, like this one. It is known as Ayers Rock by some. But to others, it’s called ______.
Q 9. Some movie sets have gone on to become major tourist attractions. Do you know which one this is?
Ottery St. Mary
Q 10. In the 21st century, skyscrapers have continued to soar upward and break records. This one has won many awards, including the ‘distinguished building award’. Which of these do you think it is?
Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco
The Burj Khalifa, Dubai
Lotte World Tower, Seoul
The Shard, London
Q 11. Tokyo might be Japan’s modern capital, but ‘The Ancient Capital’ is a title which belongs to another city, filled with stunning temples like this one. Do you know where it is?
Q 12. There is a Himalayan Kingdom which measures its people in Gross National Happiness. This is one of its most iconic buildings. Do you know what it’s called?
Q 13. This statue stands proud over one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Do you know which city it is?
Rio De Janeiro
Q 14. This is one of the most recognizable mountains in the world, but it’s also a volcano! Do you know its name?
Q 15. Many distinguished buildings are dedicated to distinguished individuals. To whom is this building dedicated?
Q 16. This city has had many names: Londonium, Ludenwic and Ludenburg! But which of these is not featured in this image?
South West Tower
St. Paul’s Tower
St. Paul’s Cathedral
Q 17. In some cities, you’ll find landmarks dedicated to the tragic aspects of their history. This important landmark was completed in 2004. Can you tell us what it is?
Holocaust Memorial, Berlin India
Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Japan
Apartheid Memorial, South Africa
Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation, Paris
Q 18. The greatest plays require the greatest theaters in which to perform. But how many versions of this blurred theater has there been throughout history?
Q 19. There are some magnificent mosques throughout the Islamic World. This one has a rotating restaurant on the 18th floor! Do you know which it is?
Faisal Mosque Islamabad – Pakistan
Sultan Mosque – Singapore
Great Mosque of Central Java – Indonesia
Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque – Brunei
Q 20. This building has a long and illustrious history. It was once used to treat Indian soldiers during World War II. In which region would you find it?
East Sussex, England
Sunsari District, Nepal