Take our quick quiz and find out. Hello, is it possible to accept names in original language ? Should New York then be accepted for Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty? People actually call it that? Create. I missed Machu Picchu because I didn't know it was spelled with an H. Sugarloaf is not even the most famous landmark of it's own city. I'd accept just Liberty for the statue. Copyright © 2020 Apa Digital AG, all rights reserved. It’s the names of the momuments. I'd say 4 is still a little too many considering other countries only had one. The television star is excited to learn whether she will be welcoming another bundle of joy to her family. It's called the Sydney Opera House. Would like to see a little leniency in the spelling variations accepted for the Incan archaeological site. good quiz, managed 100%, but some spellings were challenging Machu Picchu, for example... "Pyramids of Giza" or "Great Pyramids of Giza" Should be accepted for "Egyptian Pyramids". Neither did Pisa tower. I agree famous one in europe the Sagrada Famillia. Inspector Jacques Clouseau faces the press. for some reason sydney opera house doesn't work, only sidney opera house. :-(. I live in North NJ and I've heard that like once lol. Seriously? And that was somewhere between $700-$1200 one way, I think. Just curious: how much did it cost overall to have your car(s) bounced around all over the world like that? "Opera house" is still not nearly as specific as "Leaning Tower." Katie Price 'can't wait' for pregnancy test after 'baby-making getaway' with Carl Woods, Katie Price is eager to find out whether she is expecting a baby after jetting off on a lavish holiday with her boyfriend Carl Woods. Can you identify the locations of the landmarks in our famous places quiz? why would Giza be accepted? Just pasted it from your comment to double-check. Could you accept "pão de açucar" for the "sugarloaf"? A staggering 11 per cent of those surveyed by  Hotels.com  thought the world famous landmark it was in Italy, while half didn’t know a genuine the Colosseum, a genuine Italian icon, was in Rome. opera house is not very specific, unlike the leaning tower, there are plenty famous ones around the world. I drove all that distance myself. Switzerland, A Luxury Journey through the Vineyards of La Rioja, The Cities, Mountains and Beaches of Northern Spain, Things to do in Madrid: a day-by-day itinerary for the perfect weekend, A first-timer’s guide to the Canary Islands, Best Balearic Islands to visit for every traveller, The Orange Blossom Coast: the Spanish costa you’ve never heard of, How I spent two months camping in Spain for €19. You say the latter to anyone, and there's an extremely good chance they'd think of the one in Pisa. Identify the place where these activities would take me place. You might think the clue is in the name but apparently a quarter of Brits don’t know where the Sydney Opera House is. Good quiz though made the old grey matter work a bit. I’m dum ” (I don’t feel like finishing that word). Could you change this ? Could you accept Opera House? Love the quiz. Discover unique things to do, places to eat, and sights to see in the best destinations around the world with Bring Me! You say "opera house" to someone, they may think of Sydney, but there's also an extremely good chance they'd think of a more local one instead. When we'll know who has won. The biggest database of online academic Questions & Answers is in your hands! Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. According to a survey, 11 per cent of people think the Sydney Opera House is in Italy. All this time and I've never known the name of Sugarloaf Mountain. Our. Our free email newsletter sends you the biggest headlines from news, sport and showbiz. can't this be ok? I also tried Toblerone, just for the heck of it. This quiz is contains general information about a wonderful place. Also I think it strange that 'Giza' is not accepted... And Liberty without the statue of as it's clearly a statue. Browse. According to a survey, 11 per cent of people think the Sydney Opera House is in Italy. Giza is a city that happens to house the Great Pyramids. Go tailor-made! Can you place it, or is it time you bought an Atlas? Madrid or Barcelona: which should you visit first? 10 great places to go walking in Scotland, Why you should visit Eastern Europe this winter. Do you pride yourself on your travel knowledge? Another 29 per cent hit a brick wall when asked to locate the Great Wall of China. This might seem like a nice easy one to get you started, but apparently 20 per cent of Brits don’t even know where Big Ben is. Except across the Atlantic Ocean. Great mix of landmarks, at least one for every continent and only 4 in the USA. 7 Bell Yard, London WC2A 2JR, United Kingdom We both learned about sugarloaf mountain :), Perhaps a bit too "American" but a good quiz. people from Sydney never call it that, it's just the opera house. Is it really that taxing on your life? 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