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Around The World with a Bad Camera

written by: bobby
 
I went on a tour around the world and visited some of the most amazing attractions. Unfortunately, my camera malfunctioned. Can you help me remember which attraction is on which picture?

Question 1:

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The construction of this famous campanile began in 1173.
John Hancock Tower
The Eiffel Tower
The Sears Tower
Leaning Tower of Pisa


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Question 2:

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This amphitheatre is capable of seating 50,000 spectators and was once used for gladiatorial combat.
The Colosseum
The Amphitheatre of Arles
Aventicum
Mediolanum Santonum


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Question 3:

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This is a 102-story contemporary Art Deco style building in New York City, designed by Shreve, Lamb and Harmon Associates and built in 1931.
Empire State Building
GE Building
Chrysler Building
The Trump Building


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Question 4:

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This large sandstone rock formation in central Australia is also known as Ayers Rock.
The Natural Bridge
Uluru
Plymouth Rock
The Blowing Rock


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Question 5:

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The British counterpart of this statue is Britannia, which represents British values and was especially well-known at the height of the British Empire.
Statue of Liberty
Christ the Redeemer
Great Sphinx of Giza
Statue of Zeus at Olympia


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Question 6:

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The color of this bridge was selected by consulting architect Irving Morrow, because it blends well with the natural surroundings, yet enhances the bridge's visibility in fog.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Golden Gate Bridge
Tower Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge


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Question 7:

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This canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and is largely contained in one of the first national parks in the United States.
Black Canyon
Grand Canyon
Boulder Canyon
Canyon Wind


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Question 8:

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This ancient monument is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones, known as megaliths.
Atlantis
Stonehenge
Tiahuanaco
Nazca Lines


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Question 9:

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This wall was used to prevent raids by Mongols and Turkic tribes.
Great Wall of China
Walls of Troy
The Atlantic Wall
Berlin Wall


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Question 10:

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An unlikely legend claims that after the completion of this tomb, the eyes of the architect were gouged in order to ensure that nothing could be built competing with its magnificence.
Ming Dynasty Tomb
Arch and Tomb of Galerius
Taj Mahal
Mausoleum of Genghis Khan


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