Can you name these famous landmarks?

Stonehenge

Test your worldliness quotient with this quiz of the globe's most iconic monuments and structures.

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Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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Question 1 of 9 Score: 0

Name this iconic statue that's a centerpiece of Rio de Janeiro's landscape:

If you've caught even the briefest glimpse of the 2016 Summer Olympics, you've probably seen this massive sculpture overlooking the Brazilian city. Christ the Redeemer was built in an Art Deco design in 1931 by French-Polish sculptur Paul Landowski.

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The Roman Colosseum
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Question 2 of 9 Score: 0

Name this oval amphitheater that was once the site of gladiator contests:

The Colosseum in Rome, Italy, was built in the year 80 A.D. under the emperor Titus. It's now known as one of the world's most important and frequented landmarks.

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The Bahá'í Gardens in Haifa are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Question 3 of 9 Score: 0

Name this legendary garden that attracts thousands of tourists a year to Israel's port city of Haifa:

Located in the Mediterranean city of Haifa, Israel, the Bahá'í Gardens was built as a shrine to the Bahá'í faith and comprises a staircase of 19 terraces that climb Mount Carmel. Tourists flock here for its serenity, beauty and jaw-dropping views.

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Newgrange in Ireland
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Question 4 of 9 Score: 0

Name this huge, rounded megalith in Ireland's countryside:

The 5,000-year-old Newgrange, in County Meath, Ireland, is a grass-topped mound made of alternating layers of eatth and stone. A facade of white quartz stone was added during reconstruction in the 1970s.

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Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres, Spain.
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Question 5 of 9 Score: 0

This theater and museum in Figueres, Spain, is dedicated to what surrealist painter?

Probably the oddest feature of the Salvador Dali Theatre and Museum is the egg-shaped structures atop the building. Inside, you'll find the world's largest collection of Dali's work and the crypt in which he's buried.

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Hallmgrimskirkja in Reykjavik, Iceland.
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Question 6 of 9 Score: 0

Name this structure in Iceland that's also used as an observation tower:

Hallmgrimskirkja is a Lutheran church in Iceland's capital of Reykjavik, and it's the country's sixth largest architectural structure. It was commissioned in 1937 and took 41 years to complete.

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Stonehenge, a famous monument in England
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Question 7 of 9 Score: 0

Name this mysterious prehistoric monument in England:

This massive stone structure north of modern-day Salisbury, England, was thought to be built between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago. No one knows exactly why Stonehenge was built, but some say it was arranged to face the midsummer sunrise and midwinter sunset.

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Golden Gate in clear blue sky with green grass as foreground. San Francisco, USA.
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Question 8 of 9 Score: 0

Name this storied bridge over the San Francisco Bay:

Since 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge has connected the city of San Francisco to Marin County via the three-mile-long channel between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

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Gillette Castle in East Haddam, Connecticut.
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Question 9 of 9 Score: 0

What famous actor and playwright was the namesake of this historic Connecticut castle?

Gillette Castle, built in 1919, looks like a medieval fortress on the outside. But inside, it's a cozy, opulent home with unique decor that's available for tours for part of the year.

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