Where Would You Find? - Famous World Landmarks

This quiz addresses part of the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 for children aged 5 and 6 in years 1 and 2 in Geography. Specifically it looks at some famous world landmarks or particular animals and their locations. It is one of 50 quizzes to help you understand the world around you.

It is fun to know where in the world you can see different animals in the wild. It is also fun to know where countries are, and the locations of famous landmarks, like the Great Wall of China or the Eiffel Tower. This quiz asks ten questions about countries, cities, landmarks and animals around the world.

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Do you know the locations of the following famous landmarks and animals? Where in the world would you find them?

  1. Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. On which continent is Mount Everest?
    Mount Everest is in the Himalayas
  2. The Parthenon is in Athens. Athens is the capital city of ______.
    What does the Parthenon look like?
  3. Where do kangaroos live in the wild?
    Have you ever seen a kangaroo?
  4. Where can you see elephants in the wild?
    African elephants grow a little bit bigger than Indian elephants
  5. The Coliseum is in Rome. Rome is the capital city of _____.
    What does the Coliseum look like?
  6. In which country is Mecca?
    Can you find Mecca on a map of Saudi Arabia?
  7. In which city is the Eiffel Tower?
    Paris is the capital city of France
  8. Where is the Statue Of Liberty?
    The Statue Of Liberty is at the entrance to New York harbour
  9. In which country is the Great Wall?
    Can you find the Great Wall on a map of China?
  10. Where are the Pyramids?
    What is the shape of a pyramid?

Author: David Bland

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