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Seven Wonders of the Modern World

written by: Aeria
 
We bow to the greatness of ancient people, who left us their wonders. However, due to the dynamic development of mankind, we have been able to create new wonders - the wonders of the modern world. Play this photo trivia quiz and learn about them.

Question 1:

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This structure is the only ground link between Great Britain and continental Europe. It is claimed to be one of Europe's biggest infrastructure projects.
The Suez Canal
The Moscow Metro
The Channel Tunnel
The New York Metro


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Question 2:

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This famous structure was built for the International Exhibition of Paris of 1889 commemorating the centenary of the French Revolution.
The Stratosphere Tower
The High Dam
The Eiffel Tower
The Petronas Towers


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Question 3:

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This suspension bridge put a new safety record for its time. Out of the 35 workers expected to die during the construction (statistically), only 11 died. One of the safety innovations was a net suspended under the floor, which saved 19 lives during construction.
Humber Bridge
Brooklyn Brindge
Akashi-Kaikyo
Golden Gate Bridge


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Question 4:

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The idea to build this religious monument in Rio De Janeiro was conceived by the Vincentian father Pedro Maria Boss. He arrived in Rio de Janeiro in 1859 and was amazed at the mystorious beauty of the Corcovado mountain. He then suggested the construction of this religous monument.
The Statue of Liberty
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
The Petronas Towers
Christ the Redeemer


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Question 5:

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This statue was a gift from France to the US. The idea about this deed was conceived at a dinner party.
Christ the Redeemer
Lady Justice Statue
The Thinker Statue
Statue of Liberty


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Question 6:

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Prior to the construction of this building, there were no venues dedicated to higher forms of entertainment in Sydney, Australia. Nowadays it is a distinctive landmark of the city.
Sydney Opera House
Budapes State Opera
Academy of Music
La Scala Opera House


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Question 7:

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This New York City landmark became popular in 1933, after appearing in the classic King Kong movie.
The Petronas Towers
The Clock Tower
The Eiffel Tower
Empire State Building


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