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Been There, Done That

written by: bobby
 
Let's see if you know where some of the most fascinating attractions around the world are located. Enjoy!

Question 1:

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While in this city, I visited a Roman Catholic basilica, called 'La Sagrada Familia', which you can see on the picture.
Marseille
Barcelona
Munich
Rome


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Question 2:

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The statue on the picture is one of the many monumental Soviet-era statues and expositions, gathered in the so-called Grutas Park, located in this country.
Ukraine
Lithuania
Estonia
Latvia


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Question 3:


One of the most intriguing attractions of Venice is 'Ponte dei Sospiri', which means this in English.
The River of Tears
The Bridge of Sighs
The House of Death
The Street of Sorrow

Question 4:


St. Petersburg has been known as the city of palaces. Probably the most illustrious of imperial palaces is the baroque Winter Palace. It is located on the bank of this river.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 5:

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This is the tallest self-supporting sculpture in the United Kingdom. It is located in Manchester and was designed by Thomas Heatherwick.
C of the Chaos
S of the Star
B of the Bang
The Sparkle of Manchester


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Question 6:


If you think you can see the Statue of Liberty only in New York City, think again! I went to this huge European city and saw it right there, standing near the Grenelle Bridge and looking towards the Atlantic Ocean, facing its "larger sister" in New York Harbor.
Barcelona
London
Paris
Madrid

Question 7:

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The Rila Monastery was built in the 10th century by Saint John of Rila, a hermit canonized by the Orthodox Church. It is situated in the Rila Mountains, in this country.
Macedonia
Bulgaria
Albania
Greece


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Question 8:


When I visited this 'lonely' continent I was so moved by the spherical-sectioned shells of the opera house in this city.
Brisbane
Melbourne
Adelaide
Sydney

Question 9:

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The first-built and largest observation wheel in the world is located in London. This is how it is called.
London's Wheel
London's Open observatory
London Sight
London Eye


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Question 10:

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These 'hanging stones' are a Neolithic and Bronze Age monument located near Amesbury, Great Britain.



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