Do you know your skylines?

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Test your cityscape smarts by guessing which city is depicted in these photos. Watch out for some tricky ones!

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Tokyo skyline
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

Name this skyline:

With more than 35 million people, Tokyo is the world's most populous metropolis and is described as one of the three command centers for world economy. The tallest structure in Tokyo's cityscape is Tokyo Skytree, a lattice tower built in 2012. It's also Japan's tallest building.

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Chicago skyline.
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Name this skyline:

Did you know that Chicago's skyline has three of America's five tallest buildings? If you count the antenna, Sears Tower is the country's second tallest skyscaper, after One World Trade Center in New York. The Trump Tower in Chicago is the newest member of the skyline, and comes in at No. 3 in the country.

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Skyline of London, England
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Name this skyline:

Big Ben stands out in this shot of London's historic skyline. Though most everyone refers to the majestic tower as Big Ben, its real name is the Elizabeth Tower, named in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. The nickname, locals say, is only referring to the bell of the clock, not the entire structure.

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Tel Aviv skyline at sunset.
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Name this skyline:

A view of the Tel Aviv skyline at sunset shows why this Israeli city is dubbed "The White City." Tel Aviv is known for its distinctive Bauhaus architecture, marked by assymetry, bold shapes and minimalistic light colors.

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Macau, China skyline at the high rise casino resorts.
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

Name this skyline:

Located on a tiny peninsula west of Hong Kong overlooking the Pearl River, Macau is often nicknamed "the Las Vegas of Asia" due to its glitzy high-rise casinos and elaborate shopping malls.

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Cologne cityscape with Rhine river and famous cathedral. City in Germany.
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Name this skyline:

Cologne's Gothic Cathedral, located along the Rhine River, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that dominates this old-world European skyline. Cologne is the fourth-largest city in Germany with a history going back almost 2,000 years.

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Seattle, Washington skyline.
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

Name this skyline:

When we say "Seattle," you might think "Starbucks," "rain" and "Seahawks." But there's much more to this bustling city, like the legendary Space Needle that dominates this picturesque skyline.

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Melbourne skyline looking towards Flinders Street Station. Australia.
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Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

Name this skyline:

It's Melbourne, mates! This vibrant city is the second most populous in Australia and was named the world's most livable city in 2014, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit.

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Buenos Aires Cityscape, Capital City of Argentina.
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

Name this skyline:

As Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires is known for its European atmosphere, passionate tango culture and vibrant nightlife. Its stately buildings include Casa Rosada, the presidential palace; the Metropolitan Cathedral; and the Palace of the Argentine National Congress.

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Business District on February 8,2014 in Ramat Gan.The city is located east of Tel Aviv.The Israel Diamond Exchange and the Stock Exchange located in the Business District.
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For this last one, name the skyline here that's right next to another city on this list:

This city east of Tel Aviv may be small, but Ramat Gan is still home to Israel's tallest building, the Moshe Aviv Tower. Its high-tech economic base is one reason Israel is known worldwide as the startup nation.

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Vector graphic of NYC skyline.
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