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The Tower of Pisa No! Not one of my favorite things, a tower of pizza! This is a quiz on the famous leaning landmark of Italy, the Tower of Pisa!

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The Great Wall of China One of the most advanced of all ancient structures. The Great Wall of China was meant to keep marauders out and is the only man made structure visible from space!

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Identify the Famous Structure Can you identify the famous structures in the pictures?

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Famous Monuments Test your knowledge of these world famous landmarks and cultural monuments.

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