How many of these world landmarks can you identify?

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The world is filled with wonders that are inspiring, terrifying, and touching! To travel this beautiful globe of ours is to enrich the soul...but how well do you know your landmarks? How many flights have you hopped? Is your passport your most prized possession?

Are you feeling brave? Are you feeling curious? Then attempt our quiz today and find out if you're a tourist or a travel pro!

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1. Four famous faces in the Black Hills!

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  1. Mount Eternal, New Jersey
  2. The Credence Springs, Montana
  3. President's Glory, Washington
  4. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
Completed in 1941, Mount Rushmore depicts the faces of four American presidents; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.
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2. An iconic time-teller over a century old!

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  1. Borobudur, Indonesia
  2. Messina Clock, Sicily
  3. Big Ben, London
  4. Cosmo Clock 21, Japan
Its construction fell five years behind schedule and wasn't completed until 1859.
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3. The icon of the Pacific Northwest!

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  1. Space Needle, Seattle
  2. Cosmic Pin, Salem
  3. Willis Tower, Chicago
  4. John Hancock Center, New York
The Space Needle stands at an impressive 605 feet tall and offers 360-degree views of Seattle and the surrounding country!
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4. Home of the president, in the heart of DC!

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  1. The Grey Tower, Georgia
  2. The Monument, Washington DC
  3. Big Ben, London
  4. The White House, Washington DC
The current White House we all know is not the original. In 1814, the British burnt down the first structure, and the one that followed still stands today!
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5. An ode to the world's greatest civil rights activist!

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  1. Easter Island, Chilean Polynesia
  2. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Washington DC
  3. Eiffel Tower, Paris
  4. The Hope Memorial, Chicago
The design of the MLK memorial was found through an extremely rigorous application process. More than 900 people applied from 52 countries worldwide!
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6. What's the name of this colorful landmark?

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  1. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Paris
  2. St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
  3. Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow
  4. Catedral de Sevilla, Spain
The church is officially known as the Church of the Intercession, or the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin on the Moat.
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7. A neoclassical gem for the city that never sleeps!

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  1. Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  2. Statue of Liberty, New York City
  3. Tokyo Tower, Tokyo
  4. Statue of Honesty, San Francisco
The Statue of Liberty was given to the USA by the French to commemorate the alliance of France and the USA during the American Revolution.
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8. Antoni Gaudí designed this beauty...

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  1. Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  2. Basilica of Saint Louis, Missouri
  3. St Dave's Basilica, Vancouver
  4. Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico
The Sagrada Familia has taken so long to finish, once completed it will have taken longer to build than the Egyptian Pyramids, and only 50 years less than the Great Wall of China!
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9. Billboards and bright lights!

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  1. Times Square, New York
  2. The Forbidden City, Beijing
  3. Times Circle, Toronto
  4. Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo
Originally named Longacre Square, Times Square got its name from the New York Times headquarters, which moved to the address 'One Times Square' in 1904.
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10. Part of a thousand stories!

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  1. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
  2. Monroeville Mall, Pennsylvania
  3. National Mall, Washington DC
  4. Tower Bridge, London
Many world-changing moments have been held at the National Mall, one of the most famous being the March on Washington, 1963, where Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his 'I Have a Dream' speech.
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11. The world's most recognizable bridge?

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  1. The Tamar Bridge, England
  2. Brooklyn Bridge, New York
  3. The Patriot Crossing, Colorado
  4. Bridge of Sighs, Venice
Before settling on the 'Brooklyn Bridge' in 1915, the structure had many names, such as; the 'Great East River Bridge,' the 'Great East River Suspension Bridge,' and the 'New York and Brooklyn Bridge.'
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12. United Arab Emirates' iconic and so called '7-star hotel!'

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  1. Burj Al Arab Hotel, Dubai
  2. The Plaza Hotel, New York City
  3. Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
  4. The Ritz, London
The Burj Al Arab Hotel, is one of the most expensive hotels in the world, with a minimum cost of $1,000, up to $24,000 per night.
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13. The Colorado River's concrete colossus!

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  1. Pearl Harbour, Hawaii
  2. The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
  3. Hoover Dam, Nevada
  4. Montezuma Castle, Arizona
The Hoover Dam was built between 1931 and 1936. It took more than 10,000 people to build, and unfortunately, 100 people died during its construction.
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14. That's one incredible canyon!

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  1. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
  2. Mount Vernon, Virginia
  3. Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania
  4. The Endless Path, Alaska
The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, reaching up to 18 miles wide and achieves a depth of over a mile along its rocky path!
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15. Take a trek up this famous peak!

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  1. Mos Eisley, Colorado
  2. Crazy Horse Memorial, South Dakota
  3. Mystic Seaport, Connecticut
  4. Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, California
Despite its name, Yosemite Park's incredible Half Dome, which reaches a height of 8,842 feet, was never a whole dome! The peak has always existed as one single natural structure!
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16. 3,472 square miles of natural beauty!

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  1. Fort McHenry, Maryland
  2. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
  3. Ocean Scene Park, Louisiana
  4. Pilgrim Monument, Massachusetts
There are more than 10,000 hydrothermal features in Yellowstone, these include geysers, for which Yellowstone has over 500.
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17. This ancient site is know as?

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  1. Taktsang, Bhutan
  2. Stonehenge, UK
  3. St. Nicholas Abbey, Barbados
  4. Ghats of Varanasi, India
According to legend, the wizard Merlin removed Stonehenge from Ireland, where it had been erected by giants.
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18. Where is this gorgeous structure?

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  1. Buckingham Palace, London
  2. Palace of Versailles, France
  3. Palace of Zarzuela, Madrid
  4. Taj Mahal, Agra, India
The construction of the Taj Mahal is a sad one. Sick with grief, Emporer Shah Jahan was inspired to build the structure after his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal, died in childbirth.
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19. What's the name of this famous suspension bridge?

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  1. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
  2. Charles Bridge, Prague
  3. Tower Bridge, London
  4. Old Bridge, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Despite construction starting in the Great Depression, the Golden Great Bridge finished under budget and ahead of schedule! Work began in 1933 and ended in 1937, concluding the enormous, yet productive four-year project.
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20. What is the name of this ancient Incan citadel?

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  1. Palenque, Chiapas
  2. Machu Picchu, Machu Picchi, Peru
  3. Valley of the Kings, Egypt
  4. Tikal, Guatemala
Machu Picchu is frequently referred to as the 'Lost City of the Incas,' this is due to the belief that the Spanish never found it when they conquered the Incan Empire in the 1500s.
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21. Manhattan's epicenter of greenery!

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  1. Forest Park, St Louis
  2. Central Park, New York
  3. Stanley Park, Vancouver
  4. Balboa Park, San Diego
Central Park is located at the heart of Manhattan island, and covers an of 3.5 square miles, stretching across 843 acres of land!
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22. An island prison turned tourist hotspot!

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  1. Lost Isle, New Orleans
  2. Rikers Island, The Bronx
  3. Alcatraz Island, California
  4. Sing Sing Correctional Facility, New York
Alcatraz (sometimes referred to as 'The Rock') wasn't always a prison! Initially, it was a fort, being declared a military reservation in 1850 by President Millard Fillmore.
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23. The capital of catholicism!

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  1. St. Pauls Cathedral, London
  2. Saint Mark's Basilica, Venice
  3. St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow
  4. St Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
St. Peter's Basilica is one of the largest churches in the world, and is said to be built on the site of St. Peter himself! Many debate this, but research continues to this day!
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24. Latin America's ‘Wonder of the World!’

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  1. Table Mountain, Cape Town
  2. Victoria Falls, Zambia
  3. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  4. Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro
Due to Christ the Redeemer’s mountaintop position, lightning strikes are very frequent, and the landmark gets hit around three to six times a year!
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25. A beloved president immortalized!

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  1. Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Washington
  2. Tomb of James Monroe, Richmond
  3. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial, Dallas
  4. Lincoln Memorial, Washington
There are 87 steps between the reflecting Pool and Lincoln's statue inside the monument. The number 87 represents 'four score and 7' as spoken by Abraham Lincoln in his famous Gettysburg Address.
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26. One of Paris’ most famous landmarks!

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  1. Musée d'Orsay, Paris
  2. Arc de Triomphe, Paris
  3. Eiffel Tower, Paris
  4. Louvre Museum, Paris
Completed on March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower was the world’s tallest structure for 41 years until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York in 1930.
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27. Home of the 'Mona Lisa!'

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  1. The Prado Museum, Madrid
  2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
  3. The British Museum, London
  4. Louvre Museum, Paris
The Musée du Louvre was not originally a museum. It was a fortress that was built in 1190, but these days it celebrates its title as the biggest museum in the world!
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28. Over 200 years in the making!

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  1. Taj Mahal, India
  2. Hadrian's Wall, UK
  3. Arashiyama, Kyoto
  4. Great Wall of China, China
Over 10 million people visit the Great Wall of China every year.
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29. Europe's wonky wonder is located where?

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  1. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa
  2. Liberty Bell, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  3. Roman Forum, Rome
  4. York Minster, UK
The tower is predicted to only remain stable for the next 200 years and then will start titling once more.
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30. This giant is built mostly of limestone!

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  1. Victoria Falls, Zambia
  2. Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt
  3. Sossusvlei, Namibia
  4. The Karnak Temple Complex, Egypt
In order to reach the very top or summit of the pyramid, you need to climb 203 steps.
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31. This country's most iconic building!

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  1. Auckland Military School, New Zealand
  2. Sydney Opera House, Australia
  3. Rocket Room, Malaysia
  4. Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia
Queen Elizabeth II opened the Sydney Opera House on October 20, 1973.
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32. These big heads are from?

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  1. Castillo del Morro, Havana
  2. The Tower of London, London
  3. Christmas Island, Australia
  4. Easter Island, Chilean Polynesia
According to experts, the statues were symbols of political and religious power and authority.
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33. Perhaps the most famous palace in the world?

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  1. Buckingham Palace, London
  2. Amber Palace, India
  3. Mysore Palace, India
  4. Summer Palace, Bejing
Over 800 members of staff live there, including a flagman, fendersmith and clockmaker.
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34. Famously climbed by King Kong himself!

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  1. 432 Park Avenue Condominiums, New York
  2. Empire State Building, New York
  3. Devils Tower, Wyoming
  4. Mecca Royal Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia
The Empire State Building Run-Up is an annual race up the stairs to the 86th floor (1,576 steps).
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35. This famous sign was never supposed to stay!

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  1. Fushimi Inari Taisha, Kyoto
  2. Bollywood Sign, Mumbai
  3. Hollywood Sign, LA
  4. Chrysler Building, New York
The Hollywood Sign Trust was created in 1992 for the purpose of maintaining and promoting the Hollywood sign.
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36. Where gladiators once roamed...

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  1. Tower of Belém, Lisbon
  2. Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Italy
  3. Colosseum, Rome
  4. The Gladiator's Honor, Florence
All Ancient Romans had free entry to the Colosseum for events, and were also fed throughout the spectacles.
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37. A beauty that has inspired for centuries!

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  1. Notre Dame, Paris
  2. The Seven Blessings, Barcelona
  3. Salisbury Cathedral, UK
  4. Cabo da Roca, Portugal
The Notre-Dame organ comprises of almost 8000 pipes!
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38. The bridge with a big surprise!

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  1. Tower Bridge, London
  2. Chengyang Bridge, China
  3. Millennium Bridge, London
  4. Stari Most, Bosnia and Herzegovina
It took the efforts of 432 workers to build the bridge and over 70,000 tons of concrete sunk to the bed of the River Thames to support the bridge.
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39. This infamous structure officially came down in November 1991

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  1. Walls of Ston, Croatia
  2. Düsseldorf Wall, Germany
  3. Berlin Wall, Germany
  4. Sacsayhuamán, Peru
Construction of the Berlin Wall began on August 13, 1961, as a way of dividing the three zones controlled by France, Britain, and America from the zone controlled by the Soviet Union.
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40. This gorgeous structure is normally surrounded by cars

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  1. Arc de Triomphe, Paris
  2. The Monument of Gods, Hyrule
  3. Louvre Museum, Paris
  4. The Sacred Arch, Belgium
The construction of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris was ordered in 1806 by Napoleon, the French Emperor.
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41. A challenge many souls can't resist!

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  1. Mont Blanc, France
  2. Snowdon, Wales
  3. Mount Everest, Nepal
  4. The Mound, Poland
The youngest person to climb Mount Everest is Jordan Romero. He achieved the unbelievable feat in 2010 at the age of just 13 years.
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42. This wonder has to be seen to be believed!

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  1. Grand Place, Brussels
  2. Knossos, Crete
  3. Acropolis, Greece
  4. Valley of the Temples, Sicily
The Acropolis of Athens became known as a sacred place following the construction of the temple 'Athena Polias' in the 6th century BC.
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43. A magical sight surrounded by water...

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  1. The Tower of True Peace, Corellia
  2. St. Mark's Basilica & Campanile, Venice
  3. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Scotland
  4. Leon Cathedral, Spain
In 828, Venetian merchants stole the relics of Saint Mark the Evangelist from their original resting place in Alexandria, Egypt.
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44. Can you identify this famous tower?

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  1. Tiger Tower, New York
  2. Star Tower, Galactica
  3. Sky Tower, Auckland
  4. CN Tower, Toronto
The 335-foot steel communications antenna at the very top of the CN Tower broadcasts more than 30 Toronto television and FM radio signals.
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45. The United Arab Emirates largest mosque!

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  1. Petra, Jordan
  2. The Al Sahid In' Anet, Iremia
  3. The Valley of the Kings, Eygpt
  4. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi
There are 96 marble pillars in the main prayer hall, each delicately inlaid with mother of pearl.
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46. Malaysia's dynamic duo!

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  1. Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur
  2. Cloud Complex, Indonesia
  3. Sky Needle, Auckland
  4. Tapei 101, Taiwan
The skybridge that guests can access on the 41st and 42nd level is 192 feet long and weighs a total of 750 tons.
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47. The world’s most famous waterfall!

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  1. Sutherland Falls, New Zealand
  2. Victoria Falls, Zambia
  3. Niagara Falls, Canada
  4. Gullfoss, Iceland
The first person to go over the Niagara Falls in a barrel was 63-year-old school teacher Annie Edson Taylor.
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48. One of the world's most visited landmarks!

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  1. The Iron Pyramids, Wales
  2. Mecca, Saudi Arabia
  3. Al-Khazneh, Jordan
  4. Mayan Pyramids of Chichen Itza, Mexico
Pyramids were the largest buildings in Mayan cities and were built as temples and royal tombs.
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49. The heart of Judaism in the Middle East!

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  1. Wailing Wall, Jerusalem
  2. Rachel's Tomb, Jerusalem
  3. Solomon's Stables, Jerusalem
  4. Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
If you pray at the wall 40 days straight, tradition has it that your prayer will be answered.
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50. A government building to match them all!

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  1. Big Ben, London
  2. National Mall, Washington DC
  3. Parliament Building, Budapest
  4. Pyramids of Giza, Cairo
The Budapest government building is the largest in Hungary with a length of 268 meters, a width of 118 meters, and a room total of 691!
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51. Science never looked so cool!

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  1. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
  2. Space Needle, Seattle
  3. Capitol, Washington DC
  4. Atomium, Brussels
The Atomium, now a science museum in, was originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World Expo! The monument is located on the Heysel Plateau, where the exhibition took place.
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52. Where east meets west!

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  1. Center Point, Riyadh
  2. Tar Pits, LA
  3. Temple of Debod, Madrid
  4. Blue Mosque, Istanbul
Mosques traditionally have one, two, or four minarets, but the Blue Mosque has six. It’s rumored that there was a misunderstanding between the words gold (altin) and six (alti)!
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53. A jewel in the Middle East!

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  1. Petra, Jordan
  2. Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh
  3. Tower Bridge, London
  4. Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo
Petra is considered one of the New 7 Wonders of the World and is Jordan’s most visited tourist attraction!
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54. Do you know this Moorish masterpiece?

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  1. La Giralda Tower, Seville
  2. Times Square, New York
  3. Latin Quarter, Paris
  4. Plaza de Espana, Seville
Measuring at 50,000 square meters, Plaza de España is the size of five football pitches!
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55. The ‘City of Temples’ itself...

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  1. The Sacred Temple, Hyrule
  2. Machu Picchu, Peru
  3. Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
  4. Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Unusual for the time of its construction, Angkor Wat was dedicated to Vishnu, a Hindu deity, rather than the current king.
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56. Where you see nothing but stars!

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  1. Oxford Street, London
  2. Bollywood Runway, Mumbai
  3. Hollywood Walk Of Fame, LA
  4. 5th Avenue, New York
Construction on the Hollywood Walk of Fame officially began on February 8, 1960. The first star to be laid was a star for Stanley Kramer, director of The Defiant Ones and Inherit the Wind.
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57. An icon of the east!

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  1. Long Ta, Harbin
  2. Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai
  3. Tokyo Metropolitan, Tokyo
  4. Tokyo Tower, Tokyo
At 333 meters, it was the tallest artificial building in Japan until the Tokyo Skytree was finished in 2012.
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58. A symbol of independence!

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  1. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
  2. Tar Pits, LA
  3. Statue of Liberty, New York
  4. Liberty Bell, Philadelphia
On July 8, 1776, legend says the Liberty Bell rang to symbolize America’s independence from Great Britain! As for that famous crack, it's not clear why and when that happened!
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59. One giant ferris wheel!

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  1. London Eye, London
  2. Uplan Ashton, Leyland
  3. Tianjin Eye, Tianjin
  4. Singapore Flyer, Singapore
Over 3.5 million people ride the Eye every year, now becoming the most popular paid tourist attraction in the U.K.
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60. A dramatic fortress overlooking the city…

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  1. Minas Tirith, Wales
  2. Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
  3. Dublin Castle, Ireland
  4. Dinham Castle, France
Over the centuries, Edinburgh Castle has been besieged a crazy 23 times - making it the most embattled fortress in the entirety of Europe!
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61. A tribute to one of modern history's most tragic terrorist strikes:

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  1. Vietnam War Memorial, Washington D.C.
  2. Marine Corps War Memorial, Arlington, Virginia
  3. National September 11 Memorial and Museum, New York City
  4. Vimy Ridge, France
The majority of this solemn memorial building is actually underground. Some of the original World Trade Center structures were used to construct it.
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62. One of medieval Europe's oldest, and most romantic bridges:

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  1. Ponte Vecchio, Florence
  2. Monet's Bridge
  3. Tower Bridge, London
  4. Rainbow Bridge, Serbia
The original version of Ponte Vecchio was built out of wood, during the Roman Empire. The enchanting bridge was rebuilt twice before assuming its final shape in 1345.
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63. A true celebration of all things magical:

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  1. Disneyworld, Orlando
  2. Central Park, New York
  3. SeaWorld Florida, Orlando
  4. Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark
Disney World Orlando is huge! It's roughly the size of San Francisco, California! Its most popular food item may be caveman turkey drumsticks! 2 million pounds of those are consumed per year.
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64. A way to pay homage to everyone's favorite fairytale:

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  1. Little Mermaid, Denmark
  2. Lion-man, Germany
  3. Christ the Redeemer, Brazil
  4. The Angel of Independence, Mexico
At only 4-feet tall, the Little Mermaid is Copenhagen's smallest tourist attraction. While she is complete today, her head and arms have been chopped off on several occasions.
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65. The memorial of one of World War II's most infamous surprise-attacks:

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  1. Anne Frank's House, Amsterdam
  2. Pearl Harbour, Hawaii
  3. The Wolf's Lair, Poland
  4. Omaha Beach, France
Visit Pearl Harbor to commemorate the 1941 Japanese surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet’s base that took the lives of more than 2,400 Americans.
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66. Make a wish here, and it just might come true:

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  1. Friendship Fountain, Florida
  2. The Dead Sea, Israel
  3. Trevi Fountain, Rome
  4. Lake Como, Italy
The Trevi fountain is one of Rome's oldest water sources and uses nearly 3 million cubic feet of water on a daily basis.
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67. Home to the White House:

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  1. Inner Harbor, Maryland
  2. Seattle, Washington
  3. Asheville, North Carolina
  4. Capitol Hill, Washington
Make sure to visit the Historic Congressional Cemetery on Capitol Hill, in Washington D.C.. Its most famous 'inhabitants' include: FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and former president John Quincy Adams.
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68. This mythological giant wouldn't be quite as majestic without its surrounding desert:

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  1. Hadrian's Wall
  2. Stonehenge
  3. Göbekli Tepe
  4. The Great Sphinx
One of the world's oldest statutes, the Great Sphinx was created in 2,500 BCE. It's 'Great' for a reason. Its eyes alone are 6 feet tall.
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69. A famous lake in which an infamous monster hangs out:

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  1. Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
  2. Loch Ness, Scotland
  3. Lake Victoria, Tanzania, and Uganda
  4. Lake Michigan, USA
The Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) might actually be a giant eel. It was allegedly first sighted in 565 AD by Saint Columba, whose servants the monster attempted to devour.
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70. A rather startling, Belgian reminder not to take life so seriously:

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  1. The Veiled Virgin, Rome
  2. Sancarlone, Arona
  3. Chopin Monument, Warsaw
  4. Manneken Pis, Brussels
Manneken Pis just might be a real-boy turned statue. Legend has it that a witch cursed a boy peeing on her front door. Now he is peeing for eternity.
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