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Famous Squares

written by: Eve
 
Check your knowledge of historical squares in famous cities.

Question 1:


Nelson's Column, built to commemorate Admiral Horatio Nelson's death, is a monument in this famous London square.
Trafalgar Square
Soho Square
Piccadilly Circus
Leicester Square

Question 2:


Tiananmen Square, which has been the site of a number of political events and student protests, is located in what Chinese city?
Beijing
Guangzhou
Shanghai
Taipei

Question 3:


The Kremlin, a historic fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooks this square to the east.
Palace Square
Red Square
Black Square
Azadi Square

Question 4:


What iconic world landmark, sometimes called the "Crossroads of the World", was formerly named Longacre Square?
St James's Square
Times Square
Grosvenor Square
Madison Square

Question 5:


What famous square is located in Vatican City, the papal enclave within Rome?
St. Peter's Square
St. Paul's Square
Piazza San Marco
Campo dei Fiori

Question 6:


Grand Place, which is known for its large "flower carpet", is the main square of this capital European city.
Brussels
Strasbourg
Berlin
Paris

Question 7:


Which square is not correctly matched with the capital city in which it is located?
Senate Square - Helsinki
Leicester Square - London
Red Square - Moscow
Azadi Square - Karachi

Question 8:


Piazza San Marco (St Mark's Square), which Napoleon allegedly called "The drawing room of Europe", is the principal square of this Italian city.
Milan
Rome
Florence
Venice

Question 9:


What city in Eastern Europe, often associated with the story of Dracula, is also famous for Revolution Square, which was the site of a 1989 revolt?
Warsaw
Budapest
Bucharest
Prague

Question 10:


What former president has addressed more than a million people on many occasions on Plaza de la RevoluciĆ³n in Havana?
Francisco Franco
Benito Mussolini
Fidel Castro
Salvador Allende

 


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