London by Picture

Name these people, places, and things that you can find in London.
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Last updated: March 11, 2018
First submittedMarch 11, 2018
Times taken16,457
Average score68.8%
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Tower
Symbol
Building
Landmark
Castle
Guard
Statue
Road Junction
Building
Store
Bridge
Museum
Palace
Building
Cathedral
Building
Lloyd's Building
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Level 77
Mar 11, 2018
What on earth is a bridge on the river Tyne doing in a quiz about London?
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Level 80
Mar 11, 2018
To be fair, if you aren't from the UK it's gonna be difficult to tell one millennium bridge from another
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Level 57
Aug 20, 2021
The London Millennium Bridge is a suspension bridge whereas the Gateshead Millennium Bridge is a tilting tied-arch bridge.
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Level 34
Mar 11, 2018
Gateshead is 285 miles from London. Nice bridge though .
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Level 79
Mar 11, 2018
Greater London has gotten out of control, if it reaches all the way up to Gateshead. FYI, a photo of the Milennium bridge in London might show somewhere in the picture St Paul's, Tate Modern, or pedestrians getting thrown to and fro for weeks after opening.
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Level ∞
Mar 11, 2018
The correct Millennium bridge is now displayed.
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Level 61
Mar 11, 2018
British Museum sounds so vague.
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Level 80
Mar 11, 2018
Not much from Britain there either
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Level 80
Mar 11, 2018
That's how it's called. Around there you cam also find National Museum of Ireland and National Museum of Scotland
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Level 78
Jul 13, 2021
What? You really can't.
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Level 71
Mar 12, 2018
The British Museum has a total of 8 million priceless exhibits, only 1% (80,000) exhibits are on show at any one time. Entrance is free and when in London I spent many happy hours discovering these worldwide wonders including much appertaining to Britain.
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Level 68
Mar 12, 2018
Thinking "Yeoman Warder" should be accepted for Beefeater
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Level 84
Mar 19, 2018
Yes, please accept yeoman for beefeater.
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Level 74
May 25, 2018
Yes - totally. While beefeater is the better known term it was originally applied as an insult!
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Level 74
May 25, 2018
Great quiz.
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Level 72
May 25, 2018
The tower is not called Big Ben. The bell inside is Big Ben (one of them). The tower is called Elizabeth Tower.
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Level 38
May 25, 2018
Agree re Big Ben is the bell not the tower (Elizabeth), and Yeoman Warder is the correct title of the uniformed gentlemen.
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Level 44
May 25, 2018
Any chance of accepting St Stephen's Tower? Hate that it's now called Elizabeth Tower
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Level 75
May 25, 2018
I hate it too, but understand it never was St Stephen's Tower - that is a different tower in the complex
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Level 53
Apr 24, 2022
Yes, that is the tower without a clock at the other end of the building.
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Level 87
May 25, 2018
Wonder how many got the 5th one because they started typing names of bridges? I know of at least one.
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Level 61
May 25, 2018
"Beefeater" is the popular name. Their actual name is "yeoman warders", so accept that.
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Level 71
May 25, 2018
14/16 not bad for a yank!
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Level 41
May 25, 2018
Was pleasantly surprised that "Big Benjamin" worked.
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Level 56
Aug 9, 2021
Uh… how could you type Benjamin if the answer was Ben?
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Level 72
May 25, 2018
Accept Loyd for the last one? Please?
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Level 75
May 25, 2018
White Tower should also be accepted for the castle
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Level 51
Sep 5, 2019
The White Tower is the castle keep. The Castle is called the Tower of London.
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Level 56
May 28, 2018
While all these comments are true - White tower; big ben; beefeaters etc; the reality is that the answers are actually what most Londoners would give.
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Level 27
May 28, 2018
I'm a Londoner and would say Yeoman of the Guard', before Beefeater
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Level 35
Aug 25, 2018
I've lived in london all my life but I would say beefeater before yeoman. On the other hand, I finished with 2 mins 41 secs to spare