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Famous Roads

You are an avid traveller? Been to a few places? Then this should be easy
Quiz by mirauch
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Last updated: September 28, 2021
First submittedSeptember 28, 2021
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4.5 km long in the historic heart of St. Petersburg
Nevsky Prospekt
The Tour de France traditionally ends here
Champs Elysees
The waterfront in Shanghai
Bund
Manhattan's Theater Street
Broadway
Also in New York, here you can find the stock exchange
Wall Street
The shopping street in West Berlin
Kurfürstendamm
Famous tourist street in Prague Castle
Golden Lane
In Edinburgh this road runs through the old town
Royal Mile
The British Prime Minister lives here
Downing Street
The promenade of Barcelona
Ramblas
Sydney's main street, named after a queen
Victoria Road
Sherlock Holmes lived here
Baker Street
In New Orleans this road is part of the French Quarter
Bourbon Street
The oldest street in Rome
Via Appia
A long trading route Connecting Europe with Asia
Silk Road
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Level 82
Oct 3, 2021
Nice quiz. Should probably allow Appian Way
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Level 80
Oct 3, 2021
Agreed, and "Las" Ramblas should work too. But I liked this.
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Level 69
Oct 3, 2021
Made the change, thank you for your suggestion.
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Level 69
Oct 3, 2021
Thank you for your comment, made the change as per your suggestion.
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Level 59
Oct 3, 2021
Tried the correct name La Rambla, as well as the commonly used name Las Ramblas, but neither worked. Ramblas is not the actual name. Good quiz idea though.
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Level 69
Oct 4, 2021
Thank you for the info, I adjusted it already.
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Level 59
Oct 3, 2021
Would be good to see a series of these.
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Level 83
Oct 3, 2021
Your naming convention and when to use or not use the street label (street, drive, road, ave., etc.) is pretty inconsistent.