Landmarks Picture Quiz #1

Can you identify these 18 famous landmarks?
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Last updated: April 11, 2018
First submittedJuly 25, 2011
Times taken289,164
Average score72.2%
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Sugarloaf Mountain
Brandenburg Gate
Washington Monument
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Level ∞
Apr 11, 2018
I reset this quiz to use better pictures and some different answers.
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Level 41
Jul 17, 2018
Can Lady Liberty qualify as an answer?
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Level 78
Jul 21, 2018
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Level 65
Jul 29, 2019
He still has 1 like, not 2.
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Level 32
Apr 20, 2020
People actually call it that? I live in North NJ and I've heard that like once lol
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Level 67
Oct 6, 2020
I grew up in the suburbs of New York, and the locals definitely just call it "the Statue of Liberty," but I've heard "Lady Liberty" plenty.
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Level 28
Aug 28, 2021
yeah, no.
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Level 64
Apr 2, 2022
How about just, Liberty. That is her name.
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Level 73
Apr 11, 2018
All this time and I've never known the name of Sugarloaf Mountain.
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Level 87
Apr 12, 2018
It's a funny name, isn't it?
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Level 44
Jul 5, 2018
Loaf of sugar.
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Level 67
Jan 23, 2021
I tried egg, football an rugby... was thinking of avocado but gave up... I guess it was something named after the shape after all.
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Level 28
Aug 28, 2021
So many answers could be accepted for this picture.

Rio de Janeiro, Coppacopana, Corcovado....

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Level 73
Feb 3, 2022
Copacabana is near, but not there. Corcovado is where the statue of Christ the Redeemer is. It is Rio, but the quiz is asking for something more specific.
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Level 72
Apr 11, 2018
Consider accepting just "opera house" for the Sydney Opera House as you accept "leaning tower" without Pisa and "empire state" without building.
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Level 87
Apr 12, 2018
+1

Also I think it strange that 'Giza' is not accepted...

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Level 81
Apr 12, 2018
And not even mentioned in the answer.
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Level 76
Apr 13, 2018
And Liberty without the statue of as it's clearly a statue
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Level 70
Jul 16, 2018
why would Giza be accepted? Giza is a city that happens to house the Great Pyramids. That would be akin to QM accepting Pisa for the leaning tower. It's the monuments that matter not where they are located that should be accepted. That 's why Leaning Tower and Great Pyramids were both acceptable answers.
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Level 37
Jul 16, 2018
You got it wrong BiggieSmalls, Giza got it's name from the Giza plateau, not the other way around. The city exist because the Giza plateau and the great pyramids are there and have been for the last five millennia.
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Level 63
Jul 31, 2018
The real tragedy is that just "pyramids" is an acceptable answer.
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Level 69
May 14, 2020
Should New York then be accepted for Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty?
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Level 32
Jul 10, 2022
because Giza is a huge city where people still live (I live there XD). the pyramids are a very very small part of it
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Level 80
Apr 15, 2018
opera house is not very specific, unlike the leaning tower, there are plenty famous ones around the world. But I think that "Sydney Opera" should be accepted.
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Level 78
Jul 5, 2018
To be fair, "opera house" is quite specific. It's not like it's an office building or museum.
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Level 72
Jul 16, 2018
"Opera house" is still not nearly as specific as "Leaning Tower." You say the latter to anyone, and there's an extremely good chance they'd think of the one in Pisa. You say "opera house" to someone, they may think of Sydney, but there's also an extremely good chance they'd think of a more local one instead. I, for instance, live in Baltimore, and would immediately think of the Lyric.*

*Nobody calls it "The Modell Performing Arts Center." Everyone still calls it "The Lyric Opera House." Hell, it's still on the side of the building.

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Level 28
Aug 28, 2021
Well, it is clearly the SYNEY opera house.

Just as the Leaning Tower of PISA is shown.

There is only one Sydney Opera house, but there are plenty of leaning towers in Italy. Just that the other ones arent as famous.

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Level 38
Oct 10, 2020
definitely agree,

people from Sydney never call it that, it's just the opera house

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Level 33
Feb 9, 2022
Hey just a favour I just released a new quiz called top 5 most taken featured jetpunk quizzes do you want to be the first person to try it if so please leave feedback in the comments afterwards
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Level 48
Mar 14, 2022
bruh
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Level 44
Jul 1, 2022
Agreed
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Level 66
Apr 12, 2018
Great mix of landmarks, at least one for every continent and only 4 in the USA.
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Level 73
Apr 12, 2018
I'd say 4 is still a little too many considering other countries only had one
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Level 70
Apr 22, 2018
Yeah, I did think we could have swapped one of the American ones for something else.
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Level 42
Jun 14, 2018
I agree famous one in europe the Sagrada Famillia. Good quiz though made the old grey matter work a bit
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Level 48
Jul 16, 2018
Seriously? Is it really that taxing on your life?
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Level 60
Jul 17, 2018
feel free to make your own Eurocentric quizzes.
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Level 47
Apr 12, 2018
Nice quiz
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Level 68
Apr 12, 2018
Love the quiz. Could you accept Opera House?
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Level 68
Apr 18, 2018
You should acept the name of the mountains in their native language. Like the one in Brazil, you should acept its Portuguese name.
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Level 39
Jun 9, 2018
Would like to see a little leniency in the spelling variations accepted for the Incan archaeological site.
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Level 52
Jul 16, 2018
Please accept Macho Pikachu
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Level 26
Jul 17, 2018
If you do, then make it accept battenberg cake for Brandenburg gate as well as leaning tower of pizza
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Level 28
Aug 28, 2021
Macho Pikachu? It's not a Pokemon! :-)
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Level 63
Jul 16, 2018
98% got Statue of Liberty? Who are the 2%?
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Level 59
Jul 18, 2018
Not everyone finishes a quiz they start
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Level 67
Jan 23, 2021
Or maybe even know the exact/correct english name. I think many countries have that word translated to their own language. (Vrijheidsbeeld, Frelsisstyttan, Frihedsgudinden or my favourite Vapaudenpatsas. And so on)

Unlike something like colosseum or stone henge.

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Level 60
Jul 16, 2018
opera house Sydney does not work. Neither did Pisa tower. Could you change this ?
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Level 59
Jul 18, 2018
Why would Opera House Sydney work? It's called the Sydney Opera House. There's an awful lot of people wanting to be spoon-fed on this site. If your first attempt doesn't work, engage brain and think, and try a different variation; after all, it's not as though you only get one attempt for each landmark.
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Level 69
Jul 18, 2018
I would agree with on trying on different variation, and that's what I usually do also for what I'm going to point out: in Italy it's widely and only referred as the "Tower of Pisa", no one every says "leaning tower".
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Level 64
Jul 16, 2018
Sydney opera doesn't work?
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Level 84
Jul 18, 2018
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Level 84
Oct 6, 2019
includes 7 of the things on this quiz
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Level 72
Oct 24, 2019
Just curious: how much did it cost overall to have your car(s) bounced around all over the world like that? Surely you haven't driven all that distance yourself?
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Level 84
May 31, 2020
I drove all that distance myself. Except across the Atlantic Ocean. And that was somewhere between $700-$1200 one way, I think.

and it's only one car. At one point I had it repainted.

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Level 84
Mar 28, 2022
Overall vastly cheaper than renting a Ferrari or Lamborghini or something even remotely comparable for more than a day. Or even a Peugeot for about a month.
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Level 78
Jul 23, 2018
There should be more mountains in this quiz.
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Level 42
Aug 24, 2018
The Materhorn gave me huge flashbacks to SSX 3 haha!
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Level 32
Oct 25, 2018
And because I spelled it like you, I missed it.
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Level 20
Mar 21, 2020
I didn't include 'The', and missed it. :-(
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Level 52
Sep 30, 2018
good quiz, managed 100%, but some spellings were challenging Machu Picchu, for example...
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Level 17
Oct 25, 2018
"Pyramids of Giza" or "Great Pyramids of Giza" Should be accepted for "Egyptian Pyramids"
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Level 39
Oct 30, 2018
What about roman colosseum
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Level 48
Jan 15, 2019
I missed Machu Picchu because I didn't know it was spelled with an H.
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Level 67
Apr 17, 2019
But then it sounds like maku pikku..
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Level 61
Jan 17, 2019
Sugarloaf is not even the most famous landmark of it's own city. IMHO it doesn't deserve to be in 18 landmarks from all around the world.
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Level 61
Mar 16, 2019
Cervino should be accepted for Matterhorn
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Level 67
Apr 17, 2019
I tried toblerone, I should get points for that I think. Bonuspoints, as an easteregg haha
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Level 72
Oct 24, 2019
Ha ha! I also tried Toblerone, just for the heck of it.
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Level 67
Jan 23, 2021
Was tempted to do it again this time haha. I guess em great minds think alike...
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Level 44
Jul 3, 2019
I'd accept just Liberty for the statue. It's clearly a statue and everyone knows it anyway
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Level 32
Aug 5, 2019
At first I thought that you put the cities, so I put “nyc” but then I realized “Oh. It’s the names of the momuments. I’m dum 😂” (I don’t feel like finishing that word)
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Level 76
Oct 8, 2019
But you felt like adding that emoji and those words in brackets...
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Level 50
Oct 8, 2019
You cant accept Opera House?
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Level 47
Oct 8, 2019
Mount Everest should be on here instead of Mount Fuji and that other one
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Level 67
Oct 12, 2019
Oh man, Bundaberg Gate.
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Level 47
Oct 23, 2019
never heard of sugarloaf, but okay
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Level 66
Jan 5, 2020
cause its "pao de açucar"
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Level 66
Jan 5, 2020
I never heard somebody call it sugarloaf but ok
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Level 32
Jan 7, 2020
Please consider "Lady Liberty" as an answer
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Level 28
Sep 25, 2022
Lady Liberty does have a nice sound. You were the first to ask. I am not the second, so this is a popular idea.
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Level 69
Apr 28, 2020
Could you accept "pão de açucar" for the "sugarloaf"? It was very frustrating to know how it's called, but not its English translation.
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Level 43
May 2, 2020
Hello, is it possible to accept names in original language ?

For example :

- Torre di Pisa

- Pão de Açucar

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Level 66
Jun 5, 2020
I wrote opera of Sydney. can't this be ok?
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Level 31
Jul 28, 2020
Very US centric
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Level 57
Oct 6, 2020
lol
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Level 55
Sep 1, 2020
great quiz
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Level 53
Sep 24, 2020
Flavian amphitheatre doesn't work, could you add that please?
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Level 82
Oct 6, 2020
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Level 39
Jun 1, 2021
it's been called the Colosseum for millennia. Hard to believe you'd miss the answer if you know Flavian Amphitheater.
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Level 67
Oct 6, 2020
little mermaid but no acropolis?

lol

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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
Lol
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Level 39
Oct 6, 2020
Too strict answers, it's a shame
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Level 35
Oct 6, 2020
for some reason sydney opera house doesn't work, only sidney opera house
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Level ∞
Oct 6, 2020
Sydney opera house works. Just pasted it from your comment to double-check.
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Level 77
Oct 6, 2020
I knew Sugarloaf Mountain because there's a Sugarloaf Mountain in Greer's Ferry Lake in Arkansas, and when I was young I learned there was one in Brazil, too, and I thought it was cool.
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Level 77
Oct 7, 2020
My mother read a little mickey mouse book about Brazil to me when I was a kid. We both learned about sugarloaf mountain :)
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Level 37
Nov 15, 2020
And theres one in San Mateo, California!!!!!
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Level 43
Oct 10, 2020
Perhaps a bit too "American" but a good quiz
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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
I agree, almost all of the landmarks were in America.
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Level 87
Mar 28, 2022
No. 4 out of 18 are not "almost all" of the landmarks.
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Level 81
Mar 28, 2022
Too European, if anything. Almost 40% of the landmarks are in Europe, which is about the same size as North America. Really, Africa should get three more and Europe three fewer.
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Level 53
Nov 28, 2020
🤦 I put Mount Fiji instead of Mount Fuji
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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
Oof
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Level 27
Aug 19, 2022
Fiji is a country
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Level 56
Jan 4, 2021
Please take lady liberty
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Level 73
Feb 2, 2021
Ok, I'm gonna be that guy: you should accept Flavian Amphitheatre, as that is its proper name.
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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
I mean, you aren't wrong; it is the Flavian Amphitheater...

(Edit): I am talking about the Colosseum for those that don't know...

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Level 44
Mar 29, 2022
Who calls it that now though? If you know that you probably know colosseum
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Level 53
Feb 21, 2021
Can you please accept alternate spellings of Machu Picchu like - Maccu Piccu, Machu Piccu, Machu Pichu, Maccu Pichu, etc.
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Level 72
Feb 22, 2021
Say it properly and you'll remember it! The pronunciation is:

"MA-choo PEEK-choo"

- Machu Picchu

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Level 27
Aug 19, 2022
For a second when u said the pronunciation I thought u said “machu Pikachu”
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Level 66
Feb 23, 2021
You should accept "torre di pisa" for the "leaning tower". Everyone in italy uses this name
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Level 55
Dec 10, 2021
this is an english quiz
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Level 28
May 12, 2021
why not accepted GREAT CHINESE WALL?
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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
Because it is called "The Great Wall of China"

All you needed to type was "Great Wall"

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Level 28
Aug 28, 2021
This quiz is a Primary school level
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Level 75
Sep 27, 2021
Should accept pao de acucar, which is Portuguese for "sugarloaf" and the real name of this mountain
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Level 55
Dec 10, 2021
this is an english quiz
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Level 15
Jan 4, 2022
wow i just got to level 15, and after reading these comments my one question is,

why would it ever be called macho pickachu?

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Level 25
Jan 7, 2022
Quizmaster, could you accept "opera house" instead of Sydney opera house all typed out?
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Level 57
Mar 28, 2022
I can’t be the only one who thought “Paramount” before the Matterhorn, surely‽
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Level 65
Mar 28, 2022
Cervin/Cervino should be accepted for Matterhorn. It's litteraly the name for it in Italy.
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Level 28
Mar 28, 2022
Why can't the egyptian pyramids be called "The Pyrimids of Giza"?
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Level 31
Mar 28, 2022
How about "opera house?"
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Level 72
Mar 28, 2022
Outside of Sydney, "opera house" doesn't refer to the Sydney Opera House.
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Level 58
Jul 20, 2022
could you please add "Sydney opera" as acceptable answer to the Sydney opera house.

As a non native english speaker, i have never heard that term. Got really frustrated when my answer wasnt accepted.

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Level 27
Aug 19, 2022
Bro then why u speaking english
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Level 22
Aug 3, 2022
Actually accordig to new reseaches the lost city in Peru is not Machu Picchu, its Huayna picchu :)