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100 World Monuments by Picture

Can you name these 100 monuments and landmarks around the world by their pictures?
Quiz by WolfCam
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Last updated: October 25, 2022
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First submittedMarch 3, 2019
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St. Basil's Cathedral
St. Peters Basilica
Milan Cathedral
Sydney Harbor Bridge
Burj al Arab Hotel
Moai Statues
Kuwait City Towers
Trevi Fountain
Table Mountain
Charles Bridge
Millau Viaduct
Shanghai Tower
Darvaza Gas Crater
Itsukushima Shrine
Church of Saint Sava
38 Comments
+9
Level 37
Sep 12, 2019
i wrote shibuya and shibuya crossing, those should count as correct
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Level 73
Sep 12, 2019
Wasn’t allowed Terracotta Army, really?
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Level 78
Jan 27, 2020
Nice selection. I feel a lot of type-ins should be added: saint basil, christ redeemer, warriors/soliders of xian, Shibuya crosswalk (or probably just Shibuya),...
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Level 50
Apr 29, 2020
st marks square not allowed?
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Level 53
Dec 8, 2020
please accept Catherine palace for the hermitage museum and dover for white cliffs. thank you
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Level 57
Jan 4, 2021
Terracotta army should be accepted, so should "Cinderellas castle" or something instead of just Disneyworld. Also maybe just Gibraltar instead of Gibraltar rock
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Level 63
Sep 12, 2021
Awesome quiz! Seen 33 of these myself.
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Level 68
Jul 7, 2022
24 for me.
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Level 73
Mar 28, 2022
Some answers feel harsh. I feel like Palace of Versailles, Terracotta Army, and Aswan Dam should be allowed.
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Level 62
Jun 26, 2022
That's not Forbidden City, that's Gwanghwamun Gate of

Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul

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Level 68
Jul 7, 2022
Yes, this is true.
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Level 60
Jun 28, 2022
Fun quiz but it seems like you could do with some type-ins. Most frustrating was 'Shibuya center'. It is either 'Shibuya Scramble' or 'Shibuya crossing'. No one calls it 'Shibuya center'
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Level 71
Jul 7, 2022
Bro you put in all this work but the type-ins are nuts.

Shibuya

Terracotta Army

"Arch of Triumph"

Bilbao Gugenheim

Cristo Redentor

^ All of those were not accepted.

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Level 66
Jul 7, 2022
Agree on type ins. More flexibility needed eg terracotta army and spelling of neuschwachstein.
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Level 39
Jul 7, 2022
I agree with the others, please accept more type-ins,

such as "Redeemer", "Terracotta Army", "Basilius" (for St. Basil) etc. Great quiz otherwise!

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Level 59
Jul 7, 2022
Nice quiz, but i also would like more possible type-ins. St Peter for St Peter's Basilica?

Liberty or Miss Liberty for Statue of Liberty? (you accept Angkor for Angkor Wat, but insist on the "statue"? It's obviously a statue...)

Also typing "Sydney Opera House" gives you "Sydney Harbor Bridge", which left me confused since I typed the whole name and it did not count. Only after spell checking I realized, that "Sydney" had vanished from the text...

Good thing that you've got both the Parthenon and the Pantheon, since I always mix them up :D

Is there, by chance, anywhere a building named Panthenon? If so, please add it too, I don't know, how often I typed that in various quizzes...

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Level 85
Jul 7, 2022
Another type-in to consider; Hell's Gater or Gate of Hell for the gas crater.
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Level 47
Jul 7, 2022
The "Harbor" in Sydney Harbour Bridge is spelled incorrectly: it's a proper noun, so the spelling should follow local usage (Pearl Harbor on one hand and Sydney Harbour on another).
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Level 66
Jul 7, 2022
Added many new type-ins
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Level 55
Jul 7, 2022
LOTS of type ins should be allowed!
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Level 60
Jul 8, 2022
Still could use more type ins, and more uniform. Sometimes we need just the name, and sometimes we need to add the type of structure.

More leniency on foreign spellings as well.

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Level 71
Jul 10, 2022
Loved this quiz and learned a lot from it! Also really want to visit Mont St. Michel and Iguaza Falls now :)

One small suggestion: could you accept "Cliffs of Dover" as a type-in please?

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Level 88
Jul 11, 2022
Fun quiz. Perhaps consider adding "Cristo Redentor", "St Mark's Plaza" or "St Mark's Square", and "3 Gorges Dam" as type-ins? I got the first one by typing the English name after my initial guess wasn't accepted, but missed the latter two. I could have used a bit more time as well. Still enjoyed it though, thanks.
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Level 82
Jul 14, 2022
Missing the first "s" in Neuschwanstein? Ok, that one's on me.

But: "St Marks Square"? No? "St Marks Plaza"? No? "St Marks Piazza"? No? Trying all the same but spelling out "saint"? No..?!? That's a little much.

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Level 50
Aug 16, 2022
can't believe I visited 31 out 100.
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Level 63
Oct 24, 2022
So many possible answers which weren't accepted ... the idea is great but in the current way the quiz is no fun at all. If I recognize it, it should be accepted! Even more since I am not an english native speaker. I actually looked a lot of translations up in wikipedia and they STILL weren't accepted!
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Level 58
Oct 24, 2022
It's not Big Ben! It's Elizabeth Tower, part of Westminster Palace. Big Ben is just the nickname of the bell that's inside the tower, called Great Bell.
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Level 71
Oct 24, 2022
Great compilation, but needs more time to get through them all. Got confused a few times when some answers disappeared due to type ins. I knew many but embarrassingly did not recognise the one from my own country - not the usual picture of it.
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Level 59
Oct 24, 2022
Maybe some flexibility around type-ins: I wrote Ermitage Palace, Potala, Arc de Triomphe without spaces, Great Arch and Grand Canyon, and none of them was counted as correct answers.
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Level 65
Oct 24, 2022
Another request for a type in :-) Could you accept Brandenburger Tor? I am not German but somehow I only learned it by its German name. Otherwise quite an entertaining quiz, thanks!
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Level 71
Oct 24, 2022
Great quiz, but would appreciate St Mark's Square being allowed (I didn't have to type Catedrale di Milano or Musee du Louvre).
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Level 84
Oct 24, 2022
Big Ben is a bell. That's a picture of the Elizabeth Tower at the Palace of Westminster, neither of which are accepted answers.
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Level 82
Oct 24, 2022
Another type-in suggestion -- Urquhart Castle for Loch Ness, since that's what's in the foreground of the picture (or find another picture that shows more loch and less castle).
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Level 66
Oct 25, 2022
A very large number of type-ins have just been added.
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Level 52
Feb 2, 2023
please accept dover for white cliffs
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Level 71
Mar 21, 2023
Could do one which includes additional famous sights such as Old Dubrovnik in Croatia, Hungarian Parliament in Budapest, Schonnbrun Palace in Austria, Samarqand in Uzbekistan, Aït Benhaddou in Morocco, Torres Del Paine in Chile, Banff in Canada, the Hollywood sign in LA, Tikal in Guatemala, and Bran Castle in Romania?
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Level 56
Jun 5, 2023
It's strictly Sydney HARBOUR Bridge, not harbor. Please change it to the correct spelling. Thanks.
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Level 65
Oct 26, 2023
please accept kotoku-in and Mt St Michel