It is called the Elizabeth Tower.
The Victorians calls it that but we are not in the 19th century dude.
Before 2012 the tower was officially called just the Clock Tower.
Big Ben is not an official name but a nickname for the bell and for the tower.
Many buildings in London have nicknames such as the Gherkin, the Walkie-Talkie and the Pringle.
Isnt it like one of the first mayor landmarks/ building you learn about? you got the pyramids+sphinx, the colosseum and this.. (plus the confusingly similar looking and written parthenon) (and later on the eiffel tower and maybe a brief mention of some other of the 7 wonders of the world)
have seen the eiffel tower, tower of pisa and sagrada familia though.
Is this the back according to you ?!?
Angkor Watt, Forbidden City, Lourve, Acropolis, St Peters square, Sears/Willis Tower, and the space needle.
And I still really dont get it, what does something by the same name in paris have to do with the picture. You see the picture you remember the name. And then go no that cant be the answer cause something else excists by that name? It is not like the countries are given either..
I am really confused about where the confusion would be according to your argument.
Ow and that carving into a rockface at petra (but isnt really a building and obviously different)
Also, Notre Dame picture needs to be updated.
I'm guessing the other half gave London Bridge as answer!
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