Landmarks Picture Quiz #2

Can you identify these 18 famous landmarks?
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Last updated: April 11, 2018
First submittedAugust 15, 2011
Times taken105,865
Average score61.1%
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Forbidden City
Lincoln Memorial
St. Peter's Square
CN Tower
St. Basil's Cathedral
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Level 23
Jun 14, 2013
Big Ben is the bell, the tower is called St. Stephens
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Level 80
Aug 28, 2018
Big Ben plays for the Steelers.
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Level 43
Mar 23, 2019
The tower is not called St Stephen's.

It is called the Elizabeth Tower.

The Victorians calls it that but we are not in the 19th century dude.

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Level 57
Aug 13, 2021
The tower is officially called the Elizabeth Tower since 2012 and the bell is officially called the Great Bell.

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.

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Level 60
Aug 18, 2022
Quiz Ape, can confirm you are absolutely correct here!
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Level 44
Jul 24, 2013
100% WOO-HOO!
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Level 62
Apr 23, 2018
How come Pantheon is 0% when two of us got it then?
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Level 73
Aug 27, 2018
And still only 4%? Can't be, can it?
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Level 45
Aug 27, 2018
It's up to 5% now, but I'm still astounded by how low that figure is. I guess it probably helps that I've been there, but I had thought that it was a well known site.
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Level 71
Aug 27, 2018
9% now but still too low... odd.
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Level 67
May 6, 2019
Guys, you'll all be glad to know that it's up to a solid 15%.
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Level 67
Jun 20, 2019
Still rididculously low (especially looking at the other stats, it is not like people did bad on this quiz overal) was really surprised. And I wonder how much of that rise all the way up to 15 was due to this comment thread

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)

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Level 72
Jun 15, 2020
19% now, it'll be 100% in the year 2030 by my calculations.
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Level 60
Oct 27, 2020
21% now, might hit 100% within a couple of years at this rate.
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Level 25
Dec 19, 2021
28% now
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Level 47
Jun 26, 2022
How does anyone know what a pantheon is?
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Level 69
Oct 12, 2013
I've only been to 3 of them, but I somehow got all of them. Thank you, Jetpunk!!
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Level 67
Jun 20, 2019
Only been to the notre dame and I think towerbridge. Pretty sure I ve seen big ben and the louvre from a distance.

have seen the eiffel tower, tower of pisa and sagrada familia though.

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Level 25
Dec 19, 2021
I wrote London Bridge instead of tower bridge bruhhh -_-
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Level 62
Jun 26, 2022
Similarly, I’ve been to two and got 100%
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Level 27
Mar 29, 2014
Ouch, much harder than the first one!
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Level 57
Apr 1, 2014
I missed Forbidden City. I said Forbidden Temple, that was just a total guess - I didn't think I was actually close with that. Kicking myself for missing Notre Dame. I've been there, but obviously I was at the front, so the angle threw me off.
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Level 67
Jun 20, 2019
I said forgotten city...

Is this the back according to you ?!?

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Level 46
Apr 4, 2014
Damn, I thought it was spelled sphynx.
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Level 29
May 13, 2014
Nice, Temple Mount works.
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Level 66
Mar 28, 2022
based
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Level 67
May 13, 2014
C'mon all you "That ain't 'Big Ben'" complainers! You know that it is the preferred answer even if technically not accurate. I'm sure you regularly relish in correcting everyone who makes this world changing mistake just so you can prove how superior you are.
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Level 75
Sep 15, 2016
It's not about being superior, it's about being correct. Many of the people who visit this site I'd imagine are sticklers for being precise, and it really is a big deal. Call it incurable pedantry or a form of autism; if you don't have it, you probably wouldn't understand
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Level 71
Dec 13, 2016
Rhubarb!...... the people who pick on any thing they can find to pick on are the 'Unbeatable Jetpunk Nitpickers'...... found over and over again nitpicking over Holland, Burma, Big Ben, Greenland, Pluto, UK (England, Scotland, Wales, N. Ireland), Oceania/Australia and many other little nit that they can pick.
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Level 49
May 13, 2014
Sigh. There were a lot where I knew the city but not the name of the monument. "That square in the middle of the Vatican" and "The cathedral adjacent to the Kremlin in Moscow" didn't quite cut it.
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Level 29
May 13, 2014
It's called the Forbidden Palace in Civ V, so I missed that one as that game is my only source of historical knowledge.
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Level 64
Sep 1, 2016
hahahaha seconded
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Level 70
Apr 20, 2018
yeah thanks Civilization for all my landmark knowledge.
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Level 54
Aug 10, 2020
+4 ... but I only know the ones I build, haha – and it always annoys me when another ruler beats me to it!
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Level 45
May 13, 2014
I've been to 10 of these places, and going to 2 more this year! :o)
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Level 82
May 14, 2014
Thank you for accepting Ayer's Rock. I never would have gotten the proper name!
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Level 30
Mar 7, 2015
Wow, Dome of the Rock is least guessed? At least I got it.
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Level 51
Apr 11, 2015
Nice quiz I've had the honor to have visited 7 of these locations.
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Level 53
Apr 16, 2015
I misspelled Sphinx. Oh, well. My fault.
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Level 44
Jun 16, 2015
how bout "Canadian national tower"?
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Level 81
Sep 16, 2015
Why do I keep thinking it's called the CNN tower? Sorry everybody in Canada/Toronto. Thought I had the wrong tower when that wasn't accepted. Accept just "CN" ? No word really starts with that and if you get it right that far you already know it's a tower and which one it is.
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Level 75
Sep 15, 2016
Presumably you are unfamiliar with former Nordic kings of England?
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Level 73
Jan 6, 2021
Well, that reminds me of the time that the Atlanta Braves (owned by CNN's Ted Turner) played the Toronto Blue Jays in the World Series. When they played in Atlanta, the guy bringing out the Canadian flag carried it upside down. Possibly a diss reflecting Toronto's failure to name their tower properly.
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Level 38
Nov 3, 2015
If it was name the cities they are in like 99% hehe
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Level 37
Feb 24, 2016
Please accept Red Square for the last one, even though I got it. We associate the onion topped dome more with Red Square than St Basils Cathedral (even though they're less than 0.1 miles away from each other.)
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Level 81
Sep 1, 2016
But that dome is part of the cathedral, not the square. Also there's not one bit of square visible in the picture, but plenty of cathedral.
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Level 77
Aug 27, 2018
Part of the answer is filled in, and even though I've never been there I don't think there is a Red Square Cathedral.
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Level 51
Sep 1, 2016
loved this quiz. Have the opportunity to visit 7 of these locations, and here's to more fun travel in the future.

Angkor Watt, Forbidden City, Lourve, Acropolis, St Peters square, Sears/Willis Tower, and the space needle.

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Level 84
Sep 1, 2016
I've seen 12 in person. Been inside the Dome of the Rock, too.
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Level 71
Dec 13, 2016
So have I, and a religious person (not specific on purpose) tried to get me to kiss a rock and then got ratty when he asked for money and I refused.
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Level 84
Dec 13, 2016
I've now been to 13 of these. I'll visit the Vatican in the Spring making 14. I would like to visit mainland China sometime and I love SE Asia so I'll probably get to Cambodia sooner or later... not sure if I'll ever be in the middle of the Australian Outback, though.
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Level 62
Apr 23, 2018
Pantheon shows 0% / me 100% but at least two people have it right, if I read the comments right. Not sure how it is calculated but it does feel impressive
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Level 74
Jun 5, 2018
Yes. Well I'm perversely happy to be among that 1% whilst also among the 48% who didn't know Lincoln Memorial. 17/18 for me.
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Level 84
Aug 30, 2018
The Pantheon shows up as being guessed right 10% of the time for me. Maybe it somehow glitched and was reset to 0 at some point. And I'm also happy to not be ignorant of Washington, which is a city worth visiting and knowing about.
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Level 72
Sep 15, 2018
Says the person from Washington
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Level 84
Jan 4, 2021
Always a good idea not to trust those with first-hand knowledge and expertise over those who are proud of their own ignorance. Makes sense.
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Level 63
Sep 1, 2016
Why won't you accept Ayres rock? That's what most older people still call it.
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Level 62
Sep 1, 2016
They do accept it - you just have to spell it correctly.
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Level 58
Sep 1, 2016
Darn it-couldn't spell Angkor Wat, tried CNN Tower and Dome on the Rock. So near and yet so far....
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Level 59
Sep 4, 2016
How about accepting Al-Aqsa (Mosque) for the Dome? It's part of the same complex
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Level 84
Dec 13, 2016
Different thing. Though many people often confused about this. The raised platform is known as the Temple Mount. To Muslims it is the Haram Al-Sharif. But the Dome of the Rock is near the North end of it, while the Al Aqsa Mosque is all the way over on the South end. If you know the place you shouldn't get the two mixed up. If they would accept an alternate it should be Haram Al Sharif/Haram esh Sharif. Not AlAqsa... that's incorrect.
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Level 38
Mar 18, 2018
Shouldn't Vatican Square also be accepted? Love the quiz by the way. Also self slayyyyy!!! I beat 82.2% of y'all.
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Level 70
Apr 20, 2018
it is really 0% stats on the pantheon?
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Level 58
May 7, 2018
now it's 1%
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Level 52
Jun 8, 2018
How about San Sofia as well as Hagra?
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Level 72
Sep 15, 2018
No.
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Level 62
Aug 27, 2018
Came across at least two fairly common alternate spellings that are not accepted here: "sphynx" and "Agia Sophia." Please consider accepting them.
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Level 68
Aug 27, 2018
Was the Pantheon just recently added in lieu of another landmark? JetPunk is rife with geography and history nerds. I don't believe that 96% of quiz takers on this site would get that one wrong.
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Level 52
Sep 30, 2018
i think the fact that the pantheon is in Paris confuses a lot of people, the "other" one, the parthenon, is in Athens
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Level 78
Dec 5, 2018
I know there is a building in Paris called the Pantheon, but it looks nothing like the building in the picture. It's square not round like the one pictured here. The round one in the picture which is also called the Pantheon is in Rome and is about 1800 years older than the one in Paris. I'm not sure how the Parthenon fits into the discussion about the Pantheon, but it is actually one of the buildings shown in the photo for the Acropolis in this quiz and you're right about it being in Athens.
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Level 67
Jun 20, 2019
What on earth has paris got to do with it? We have a restaurant here called Sphinx, but I wouldnt put that as the answer, since that is not shown in the picture.

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.

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Level 66
Nov 16, 2020
There definitely is *a* Pantheon in Paris - I should know, I live right by it - but in almost every way, if we were to speak about *the* Pantheon, it would be hard to deny that the one in Rome, being 1800 years older and more architecturally significant, takes precedence. Anyway, none of this is relevant to this quiz, but I did enjoy writing it, so there's that.
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Level 69
Aug 27, 2018
So more quiz takers know about Uluru rather than Big Ben? Okay..
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Level 35
Aug 27, 2018
uluru is also Ayer's Rock
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Level 52
Jul 1, 2022
I think you mean Uluru used to be called Ayer's Rock
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Level 45
Sep 30, 2018
Only 11% know about the Pantheon, but 90% apparently know Niagara Falls. Okay
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Level 47
Nov 15, 2018
i didnt recognize it in this picture, that might be why.
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Level 64
Mar 9, 2019
How many other names of waterfalls do you know?
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Level 67
Jun 21, 2019
More than I know important buildings with authentic columns like this ... which is ... 2 .. parthenon and pantheon.. (wrote authentic columns, and important buildings, cause I am sure there are plenty of villas/mansion or something that have pillars on their porch)

Ow and that carving into a rockface at petra (but isnt really a building and obviously different)

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Level 47
Nov 15, 2018
never heard of 'CN' tower....what the heck is that?
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Level 47
Jun 26, 2022
The greatest tower in all of Toronto
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Level 60
Mar 9, 2019
Waiting for part 3
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Level 74
May 16, 2019
The Hagia Sophia changes its name to the Blue Mosque
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Level 66
Jun 15, 2020
Nope. The Blue Mosque (technically Sultan Ahmed Mosque) is next door to Hagia Sophia (which isn't a mosque).
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Level 65
Jan 31, 2022
Hagia Sophia is a mosque, church and a museum.
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Level 67
Dec 18, 2019
While I agree that it should be allowed for a type-in, Big Ben is not the official name of the building. It is called "Elizabeth Tower", with the bell inside being called the "Great Bell" with Big Ben being a nickname for a bell.

Also, Notre Dame picture needs to be updated.

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Level 76
Aug 19, 2020
Why? You want a picture of Notre Dame without a spire and undergoing renovation?
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Level 51
Jan 4, 2020
LOL I got everything besides niagra falls notredame and the louvre
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Level 55
Feb 3, 2020
The largest ruin on the Acropolis is named for a snake--the Phythonon.
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Level 76
Aug 19, 2020
What snake is was it named after? I'm guessing the python.
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Level 66
Nov 16, 2020
Huh? Do you have a source for that? I'm pretty sure the biggest ruin on the Acropolis is the Parthenon, the name of which is derived from "παρθένος" (parthenos) in ancient Greek, which means young girl of virgin, a nickname of the goddess Athena. You can find the same root in "parthenogenesis", which is a form of asexual ("virgin") reproduction.
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Level 69
Jan 4, 2021
Quite easy. And I'm really proud, 2 on 18 are in my city! (Rome, obviously)
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Level 64
Jan 4, 2021
The translation of Hagia in English is saint. Saint should be accepted. And also its now a mosq since last year.
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Level 47
Jan 4, 2021
I'm pretty sure Hagia Sophia means "HOLY wisdom".
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Level 58
Apr 19, 2021
Tower of London? Rock Dome?
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Level 39
Sep 27, 2021
Only 50% got Tower Bridge.

I'm guessing the other half gave London Bridge as answer!

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Level 58
Jun 26, 2022
Yep, and I've been there too.
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Level 65
Nov 11, 2021
Dang it, Angkor Wat, not Angkar Wat
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Level 72
Mar 4, 2022
It took me a while on Notre Dame, simply because apparently I have only seen it either in cartoon form or at night. In the daylight it looks like many Central American churches that I have seen!
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Level 32
Jun 26, 2022
Please accept Red Cathedral and London Bridge.
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Level 43
Jun 26, 2022
Well London Bridge is just wrong, as there is a separate bridge called London Bridge (it is a few hundred yards up the river from Tower Bridge).
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Level 58
Jun 26, 2022
I heard that was falling down.
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Level 58
Jun 26, 2022
Can I get Aya Sophia as an alternative name for Hagia Sophia?
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Level 84
Jun 28, 2022
Ayasofia in Turkey.
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Level 44
Jun 27, 2022
i write partheon and masjid al aqsa it refused
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Level 84
Jun 28, 2022
Al Aqsa is incorrect. Parthenon worked for me.