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Where Can You Find This Landmark?

Different landmarks are found in different places. Usually these landmarks make a particular place famous. How well can you locate the different landmarks around the world?


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#1   The Banaue Rice Terraces were built over 2000 years ago by the ancestors of the Batad indigenous people. In which Asian country are these located?

#2   Lago de Sanabria has a surface area of 368 hectares. It is the largest lake of what European country?

#3   Mount Logan is the second highest point in North America, after Mount McKinley. It was named after Sir William Edmond Logan. In what country is this located?

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#4   Machu Picchu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built by the Incas around 1430 AD. The buildings of Machu Picchu use the old Incan architecture. It is located in one of the Americas, but is it located in North America or South America?

#5   At a height of almost 900 feet, the Eiffel Tower can be seen from afar. Is it located in France?

#6   The mausoleum of the Taj Mahal is located in Agra. It uses fine Mughal architecture. Is this UNESCO World Heritage Site found in Bangladesh?

#7   The Great Wall of China stretches about 4000 miles. It is located in Asia.

#8   Joe said that Stonehenge is found in the United Kingdom. Kim said that Stonehenge is found in Denmark. Michael said that Stonehenge is found in France. Which of them is right?

#9   The statue of Christ the Redeemer is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro. In what country is this tall statue found?

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#10   Saint Basil's Cathedral is a multi-tented church found at the Red Square. Is it found in Poland, Finland, or Russia?





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