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Alphabetical Buildings and Locations

written by: Tomatoman
 
Name the building or location shown in each picture. There's one for each letter of the alphabet.

Question 1:

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What ancient building is shown here?
Arthur's mount
Andes temple
Alexandria Palace
The Parthenon


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Question 2:

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This wall became a symbol of the political differences between West and East Europe. In which German city was it located?
Bonn
Burg
Blumberg
Berlin


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Question 3:

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What is the name of this famous concert venue?
Capital Centre
Cambridge Odeon
Carnegie Hall
Coventry Amphitheatre


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Question 4:

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The picture shows the most famous address on this British road.
Downing Street
Dunkirk Avenue
Derby Crescent
Delaware Road


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Question 5:

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What is the name of this iconic New York City building?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 6:

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This building in the USA is for military use, but its name has become used in English colloquial language to mean a place that has such impressive security and defenses that it is virtually impregnable.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 7:

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This building is a re-created version of what famous London playhouse?
Gielgud Theatre
Garrick Theatre
Globe Theatre
Gaiety Theatre


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Question 8:

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This structure contains a number of buildings and rooms. It controls a large body of water at the border between Arizona and Nevada in the USA. What is its name?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 9:

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This building is the residence of the Emperor of Japan and is located in Tokyo.
Idlewild
Irish Embassy
India House
Imperial Palace


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Question 10:

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This stadium in Delhi was built in 1982 by the Indian government. It hosts football (soccer) matches and other sporting events and acts as a public concert venue. It can accommodate 130,000 people.
Jhombarkar Stadium
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Jalfrezi Stadium
Jadeja National Stadium


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Question 11:

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This picture is of Kidwelly Castle, an Anglo-Norman castle dating from the 12th century. In which country of the British Isles is it located?
Northern Ireland
Wales
Scotland
England


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Question 12:

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This structure, which is probably the most popular paid tourist attraction in the UK, was officially opened on December 31, 1999. What is it commonly referred to as?
London Merry-go-round
London Eye
London Wheel
London Whirl


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Question 13:

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What is the name of this building located in the Twin Cities suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 14:

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This has to be the most famous cathedral in Paris, especially after Victor Hugo used it as a location for his novel about a misshapen bell-ringer called Quasimodo.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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The picture shows the Central Criminal Court in England, located in central London. By what name is it more commonly known?
Old Iron
Old Bailey
Old Bill
Old China


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Question 16:

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This picture shows the Petronas Twin Towers, the world's tallest building.
False
True


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Question 17:

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This area is in the heart of the cultural quarter of Springfield, Massachusetts and is home to the National Dr. Seuss Memorial.
Queer street
The Quadrangle
The Arts Quarter
The Queen's district


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Question 18:

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Until it was closed for refurbishment, this was the main establishment for showing plays of England's most famous playwright. What is its name?
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Richmond Court Theatre
Royal Opera House
Raymond Briggs Courtyard


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Question 19:

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This tower is a major landmark of the Pacific Northwest region of the USA and is the iconic symbol of its home city of Seattle, Washington. Its silhouette featured prominently in the opening titles of the Frazier television series. What is it called?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 20:

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This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in India and is an excellent example of Mughal architecture. The building is actually a mausoleum in memory of the favourite wife of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 21:

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The building on the left of the picture is the headquarters of which organisation?
United Nations
Urgent Care Association of America
Ulster Defence Association
UNESCO


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Question 22:

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Complete the name of this building which was home to many French monarchs: The Palace of V_________
Vincennes
Versailles
Verona
Venice


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Question 23:

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This football stadium, which was completed in 2007, has the dubious honour of being the most expensive stadium ever built. Where is it located?
Wales
Wembley, Greater London
Winchester, Hampshire, England
Walsall, West Midlands of England


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Question 24:

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This ancient settlement was the Summer residence of the Mongol ruler Kublai Khan's Yuan dynasty. It was visited in 1275 by the Italian explorer, Marco Polo. It is nowadays known as Shangdu, although its older and more familiar name is more renowned because of a 1980 film and accompanying song by its star, Olivia Newton-John. What is the settlement called?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 25:

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This gothic cathedral is in the title city of a Northern county of England. It is the largest of its kind in Northern Europe.
York Cathedral
York Minster
Young's Cathedral
Yardsley Manor


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Question 26:

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The London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. In which London park can it be found?
Regent's Park
St James's Park
Hyde Park
Green Park


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