If all the attractions in the US where notable outside it, it wouldn't be that much of a problem. But imagine a test asking for an aquarium in Sao Pablo, a beach in Salvador de Bahia, and the location of the Brazilian constitution.
We use generally America or Americas for the continent(s) (depending if you consider one piece of lands or two "economical" blocks like Fifa does) and the US for the USA. The French Academy is pretty clear on that subject.
Also, the Mexico and Russia examples are false analogies. A more apt one would be a comparison with the UK (which is not Great Britain, just as the US is not America, but both are located in those respective places).
These comments never fail to make me chuckle.
This should just be made into a USA tourist attraction quiz (after all you're already half way there!) and then just make another one for true international tourist attractions with just the main, true international destinations from the USA in it.
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