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Not-so-unofficial Wonders of the World

written by: Aeria
We already know a lot about Egyptian pyramids, the gardens of Semiramide, the Colossus of Rhodes and all the other wonders of the Ancient world. Now let's pay some attention to other buildings that are no less amazing and intriguing. Play this photo trivia quiz and guess each wonder from the list of multiple choices.

Question 1:

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This leaning building took two centuries two build. It is believed it has never been straight.
The Tower of Pisa
Big Ben
Oriental Pearl Tower
The Eiffel Tower

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Question 2:

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This beautiful building was created by a Moghul emperor - Shah Jahan, out of his great love for his wife, who died after the birth of their 14th child. The building is said to change its color at sunrise, during the day and at sunset, as it is made of white marble which reflects the sun hues.
The Throne Hall of Persepolis
Abu Simbel Temple
Palazzo Corvaja
Taj Mahal

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Question 3:

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At 6,700 kilometers (4,163 miles ) long, this 2000 years old structure was built as a fortification to guard the Chinese from attacking tribes.
Tiananmen Square
The Great Wall
The Forbidden City
Taj Mahal

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Built on the highest hill in Athens, this edifice was a treasury in 438 BC. Then the building was turned into a christian church by the Emperor Theodosius; The Franks turned it into catholic church in 1204. Finally the Turks converted it to a mosque in 1458.
The Parthenon
The Lighthouse of Alexandria
The Statue of Zeus at Olympia
The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus

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Question 5:

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Also known also as the Flavian Amphitheater, this building was the first permanent amphitheater built in Rome.
Roman Colosseum
Mausoleum of Augustus
Arch of Severus
Saugeen Amphitheatre

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Question 6:

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This mysteroius ancient town is believed to have been built around the middle of the 15th century in the Andes. As there are no written records left, it is considered that this town had astrological purposes.
The Aztec Temple in Tenochtitlan
Angkor Wat
Machu Picchu

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Contemporary researches revealed that this mysterious structure was built in several stages from 2800 to 1800 BC, in Wiltshire, England.
Easter Islanders
Big Ben
Egg Rocks

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Question 8:

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From 1964 to 1968 this Great Temple dedicated to Ramesses II, was dismantled from its current place and raised over 60 meters up the sandstone cliff back to where ancient Egyptians had built it more than 3,000 years ago.
The Egyptian pyramides
The Temple of the Inscriptions
Taj Mahal
The Temple in Abu Simbel

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