From the Empire State Building to the St. Louis Arch, let’s see how well you know America’s landmarks. Test your knowledge of some of the most iconic places in the great United States. Simply select the landmark you think is shown in the photo from four possible answers. See how many landmarks you can guess correctly.
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13, but I guessed on the cloud gate, just happened to guess right.
I only got 9 right but it was a good quiz. The statue in front of the Washington Monument got me plus a few others. (LOL)
I didn’t realize you were asking for the monument in front of the Washington Monument.
I missed “Cloud Gate”. I saw it once in a movie but they never said the name of the structure.
I knew the Bunker Hill Monument by the date on the plaque. June 17 is my birthday. Didn’t get the wheel in Las Vegas.
The question regarding the wheel in Vegas. I was not aware of this for I don’t remember it from the last time I was there. Also missed the one about the “bean” in IL. Never heard it called the cloud gate.
11 correct! Not bad for a newbie
I got 12 right. Missed Cloud Gate. I knew it was in Chicago but never heard that name before.
Missed the cloud gate and high roller. I am an old timer. Landmarks to me represent the old things. Sorry, I know they will be old someday.
OMG! I got 10 correct. Yeah me!!!!
I missed Cloud Gate (knew the location, just not the name) and High Roller (hadnt seen or heard of it!) Got 11 right!
The land marks I knew best stumped me because of odd angle or limited view. A couple that I had never heard of, I was able to guess correctly. I have driven over the Golden gate Bridge inumerable times, but I have never seen the abutment shown in the foreground of the picture.
I missed the High Roller. I guess I’m better at history than entertainment.
I knew the enclosed tide was in Las Vegas but did not know the name ?
The bunker hill monument I thought was in Maryland not DC .
This was a teaser . Thank you
The cloud one
missed Bunker Hill
It would be good to include historical information about the “high roller” wheel. I’ve been to Las Vegas many times in the past; all before 1980 but I don’t recall anything having to do with the existence of this structure. When was it built? Where specifically in Las Vegas is it located? How many cabins, and maximum number of occupants per cabin? 30 minutes for 1 rotation is a nice long ride; may be something I would like to explore on a future visit.
I’m embarrassed. I live in the Chicago area and have never heard the real name of “The Bean.” I missed the answer because of that.
Bean was my only error.
Missed two, high roller, and one other