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London Monuments and Attractions

written by: Mariya
 
Millions of people visit London every year, they are obviously attracted by something. Museums, squares, gardens... is there anything else? Let's see.

Question 1:


The British Airways London Eye, which opened in 1999, is what type of structure?
A clock tower
An observation wheel
An observatory
A chair lift

Question 2:


Buckingham Palace, the official home of the Queen of England, was built in what year?
1837
1703
1913
1762

Question 3:


Designed by architect Norman Foster, this building has housed some of London's most important authorities since 2002.
Royal Albert Hall
Somerset House
Clarence House
City Hall

Question 4:


The design of this London monument, situated near Speakers' Corner in Hyde Park, is based on the design of the triumphal arch of Constantine, located in Rome.
Marble Arch
The Triumphant Arch
Tower 42
Black Gate

Question 5:


This London building, sometimes referred to as "Covent Garden", functions as a performing arts venue.
The Royal Opera House
National Gallery
Lloyd's building
Kensington Palace

Question 6:


This amazing single-roofed structure, located on the Greenwich peninsula in south-east London, was engineered by Buro Happold.
Lloyd's building
Cleopatra's Needle
The Millennium Dome
Nelson's Column

Question 7:


This cathedral, situated on Ludgate Hill, dates back to the 17th century and is the seat of the Bishop of London.
St Paul's Cathedral
St Pancras Cathedral
Wren's Cathedral
Nelson's Cathedral

Question 8:


This temple, discovered in Walbrook in 1957, was built in the middle of the third century in worship of a popular mystic religion.
The Temple of Mithras
The Temple of the Moon
The Temple of Walbrook
The Temple of Life

Question 9:


This 183-meter skyscraper in London was originally built for the National Westminster Bank.
Nelson's Column
Tower Bridge
Tower 42
The Tower of London

Question 10:


Which tower, located in the Palace of Westminster in London, is usually referred to as Big Ben?
Tower Bridge
The Tower of London
The Clock Tower
Stephen's Clock

 


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