Match The Image To The Country In This Online Quiz!

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Some landmarks around the word are recognisable just by a quick glimpse, as this online location quiz shows. You will need to match the image shown to the country in which it can be found. This quiz takes you across the globe, from picturesque beaches to bustling cities, and acts not only as a quiz but also as a good place to plan your next holiday!

This quiz is perfect for people who have a good understanding of geography and the world, or those who may even have travelled to a few of these beautiful landmarks and locations across the globe. How many can you recognise and answer correctly? Find out below in this great online quiz.

Where are these pyramids?

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A warm up question to begin with. These pyramids are in Giza, Egypt. The pyramids of Giza are estimated to be around 4 and a half thousand years old, as they date back to somewhere around 2500 BC. The pyramids are a popular tourist attraction, and the word pyramid itself has become almost synonymous with Egypt thanks to this.

This city combines beautiful beaches with a thriving metropolitan area, but where is it?

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This is Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. A city with a population of over 6 million people, Rio de Janeiro is home to attractions such as the Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain. As well as tourist attractions such as these, Brazil’s second most populous city is also famous for its beaches including Copacabana and Ipanema.

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In which country will you find this natural wonder?

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This is an image of Ayers rock in Australia. Also known as Uluru, the rock is made up of sandstone, and is estimated to have been in existence for well over 500 million years. Uluru is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park, and is far away from the busier areas of Australia.

In which country is this beautiful landscape located?

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This is an image taken in the United States of America, or more specifically, the Grand Canyon. Located in Arizona, this ancient landmark spans across nearly 4 thousand square kilometres of land. The canyon attracts tourists from across the word.

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This is an image of a famous university, but where is it?

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This is an image of Oxford University, located in Oxford, England. There is evidence of teaching at this location as far back as the 11th century, and the prestigious university has helped forge numerous politicians, businessmen, and great minds across many fields.

Which country is this city located in?

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The answer is England again! This is a scene from London, England's capital. Tower Bridge is clearly visible stretching across the Thames. London is by far the largest city in England, and the population makes up over 8 million of the 55 million population of the country.

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In which country was this panoramic picture taken?

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Although this landmark somewhat resembles the Eiffel Tower, this is in fact the Tokyo Tower. Located in Japan, the tower is distinctly painted in red and white to make it safely visible for planes. Although the tower is distinctly visible, it is not in fact the tallest structure in Japan. This title goes to the Tokyo Skytree.

This image shows a contrast between modern architecture and desert sands, where is it?

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This is an image of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The futuristic skylines and modern architecture, combined with the warm climates and unique culture make Dubai a very unique place to visit, and one which has grown immensely in popularity over the past decades.

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Which country is this UNESCO World Heritage Site located in?

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This is an image of Le Mont-Saint-Michel. Located in Normandy in France, this landmark is a popular tourist spot, and is made even more special by the fact that it is accessible during low tide but an island during high tide.

Where would you find this building?

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This is an image of Moscow at night. The capital of Russia is distinct thanks to the architecture employed on buildings such as the Kremlin. The colourful yet traditional style of the architecture means that the buildings stand out against the cold natural surroundings of Russia.

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This skyline belongs to which country?

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The distinctive building which stands out, surrounded by cranes, is the 'Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família', a Roman Catholic church. For many, this will be enough to recognise this skyline as that of Barcelona in Spain. The largest city in the district of Catalonia, Barcelona is perhaps best known around the world for their exploits on the football pitch!

Where would you find this panoramic view?

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This is an image of Seattle. Located in the state of Washington in the North of the United States of America, the image is dominated by one of Seattle’s most famous landmarks; the Space Needle. The building was built in the early 1960’s for the 1962 World’s Fair, and remains a popular landmark to this day.

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This shipwreck and cove are located where?

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This is an image taken in Zakynthos. Also known as Zante, the Greek island is a popular destination for those seeking beautiful weather and beaches. More specifically, this image is of Navagio beach (also referred to as Shipwreck beach). Although the ship looks old, it was in fact only beached in 1980.

This ancient monument is in which country?

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This is an image of Angkor Wat, which is located in Cambodia. The complex of temples is one of the largest religious monuments on the planet. The temples date back to the 1100’s. Although the temple has become very popular as a Buddhist landmark, Angkor Wat was originally built as a Hindu temple.

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Where would you find this surreal tourist destination?

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This surreal picture is an image of Blue Lagoon in Iceland. The lagoon is part natural and part manmade, and is, like much of Iceland, powered by geothermal energy. The warm water in the lagoon is a far cry from the cold weather of Iceland, and it is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in the city.

This naturally occuring landmark is located where in Europe?

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This is the Rock of Gibraltar. Located on the south coast of Spain, Gibraltar is in fact a small British territory, home to a population of around 35 thousand people. The country has, thanks to this, become a popular place for British people to move abroad, and holds a very different culture to that of the rest of Spain.

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Where would you find this highly elevated ancient citadel?

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This beautiful scene is located in Machu Picchu. Located in the country of Peru, Machu Picchu is home to the remains of a city from the 1400’s. The landmark is well known thanks to the fact that it is placed on a mountain ridge nearly 8,000 feet above sea level. This makes getting to the landmark a challenge, but one which is completed by many adventurous tourists from across the globe.

Which British country is this?

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Perhaps this image would be more easily identifiable if we could see a monster lurking in the waters, as this is an image of Loch Ness in Scotland. Even when taking the mythology away from the landmark, the Loch is an area of beauty in its own right. Located in the Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness is the second largest Loch in Scotland, and has a depth of 755 feet.

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This scene combines natural beauty with impressive architecture, where is it?

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This is an image of Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. Lhasa is elevated high above sea level, and has a population of around 900 thousand people. The palace in this image has around one thousand rooms, once of which being the former living quarters of the Dalai Lama.

Where was this image of a popular naturally occuring phenomenon taken?

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This is an image of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Known for its distinctive rock formations, these formations are in fact due to a volcanic eruption. The causeway is also a UNESCO site.

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