Attractions of the World Quiz – Guess where they are?

Now we plunge into the atmosphere of some Attractions of the World Quiz. Well do you remember where they are located?

 

So what is the Attractions of the World quiz?

  1. We will show you 9 photos of famous Attractions of the World.
  2. There are three possible answers - countries, where they located, you must choose only one.
  3. If you're make mistake, don't worry! Wrong answered questions will be shown again at the end of quiz until the correct answer is received.
 

Interesting Facts about some attractions of the world

 

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Attractions of the World Quiz - Angkor Wat  

A huge temple complex lost in the jungle began to be built in the 12th century. At the same time, until the second half of the XIX century, Angkor Wat remained unknown to Europeans. But now it is visited by millions of tourists annually. In Cambodia it is the main national symbol, which was placed on the emblem and flag of the country. It was one of the largest religious buildings in history - its area is about 200 square kilometers.

 

Plaza of Spain, Seville, Spain

Attractions of the World Quiz - Plaza of Spain  

Extensive semicircular square in the southern part of Seville may seem part of an old palace complex. But this is not at all the case. The building, embracing it from three sides, was not a palace, but an exhibition pavilion. Without leaving the square, you can bypass all of Spain. The scenes depicted on mosaics in niches in the walls of the pavilion are devoted to Spanish provinces, which follow alphabetically. And all this is part of the main city park, named after Infanta Marie-Louise. Be sure to take a walk there and admire the flower gardens, fountains and sculptures.

 

Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Attractions of the World Quiz - Sheikh Zayed Mosque.

Unlike almost all other attractions in the list, this mosque was built quite recently (as, incidentally, everything worthy of note in the UAE). It was opened in 2007, calling in honor of the founder and first president of the country, and made one of the windows of the state and an exhibition of achievements and records. This is one of the largest mosques in the world - it can accommodate 40 thousand worshipers, the world's largest carpet covers an area of ​​5,627 m2, and one of the world's largest chandeliers hangs on it (10 meters in diameter, 15 meters in height, weighing about 12 tons). And in general the building is very impressive. We recommend to visit, even if you are not a Muslim, - you will be let in and take a tour, and for free.

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