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Which City?

Different cities are famous for different things. An example is Paris, which is famous for the Eiffel Tower and the Mona Lisa. I'll give you a little description about a famous city and you must tell me the city.


Quiz ID:#10883
Fun:*** (2.57)
Difficulty:* (1.03)
Category:Geography > Cities
Created By:pokpic


#1   This city, built on water, is famous for its detailed glass work and gondolas.

#2   This European city is famous for the large Tower Bridge and Westminster Abbey. Also, Fergie wrote a song about a famous attraction in this city.

#3   This city is famous for the movie studios of Hollywood and the Staples Center, home of the Clippers and Lakers.

#4   This Asian city is famous for the Temple of Heaven, and is home to the famous Tian'anmen, which in English means "Gate of Heavenly Peace".

#5   This South American city is famous for its statue, Christ the Redeemer, and is the birthplace of the soccer (football) player Ronaldo.

#6   This Asian city is famous for the Rainbow Bridge, which was completed in 1993. It is also famous for Mount Kumotori, which is the highest point in this city. As of 2008, this city has the largest metropolitan economy in the world.

#7   New York City, New York is the largest city in the United States of America, and has 5 boroughs.

#8   This African city is popularly known as the 'Green City in the Sun' and many foreign companies have factories there, such as Goodyear, General Motors, Toyota Motors, and Coca Cola.

#9   This Asian city is famous for Chakri Mahaprasad Hall and Wat Arun, which is one of the most visited temples in the city.

#10   This ancient European city is famous for "the Tower of the Winds" and Panathinaiko Stadium, where the 1896 Olympic Games were held.




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