Everyone loves a geography quiz… and this time it’s about European Landmarks!
This quiz on famous European landmarks should be tricky even for the geography buffs! Europe has its fair share of impressive landmarks, including its many well known castles and palaces. In fact, Neuschwanstein in Germany was the inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland!
However, since there are so many landmarks spread across over 800 European cities, it can be hard to keep track of where they’re all located. See how well you know them by taking our quiz!
Which city is The Little Mermaid in?
Where are The White Cliffs of Dover found?
The Matterhorn lies on which countries’ border?
Where can you find the Brandenburg Gate?
Where can you visit Bratislava Castle?
In which country is Lake Bled found?
Which city is the famous Charles Bridge in?
The Atomium can be found in which city?
Hofburg Imperial Palace is a landmark in which city?
Where can Chain Bridge be found?
How well did you know these Famous European Landmarks? Some of these were definitely easier than others… If you enjoyed this quiz, you’ll definitely enjoy our quiz on Facts about Europe! Here’s some fun facts to start you off:
- London was the most visited city in Europe in 2017, with The British Museum the most visited spot, with over 6.4 million visitors.
- The most visited tourist attraction in Europe is the Eiffel Tower, attracting 7 million visitors per year. This comes as no surprise as it is the most iconic landmark in Paris.
- The Cairn of Barnenez is the oldest building in Europe, found in Brittany, France. It dates back to about 4800BC, and is about 2000 years older than the Great Pyramid of Giza!
What’s your favourite European landmark? Let us know in the comments below!