How Many Of These Iconic Landmarks Can You Name?

Since 1889, more than 250 million people have visited the Eiffel tower. The Great Wall of China gets over 10 million visitors per year, and the Statue of Liberty 4 million.

You probably get my point. These landmarks receive a ton of visitors and are centrepieces to the surrounding economy. Some people literally travel with the sole purpose of seeing these landmarks in person.

I’ve put together a collection of 21 different landmarks; some well known and others not so much. Have a look through and see how many you recognize. Feel free to comment any questions. Enjoy!

Credit to respective artists.


landmark-1credit: Steve Parker

landmark-2credit: Jay Buangan

St. Basil£§s Cathedral and Kremlin. Moscow. Russiacredit: yolanda.white84

landmark-4credit: Roderick Eime

landmark-5credit: Jonathan Corbet

landmark-6credit: Dennis Jarvis

landmark-7credit: Maurice

landmark-8credit: mattharvey1

landmark-9credit: McPig

landmark-10credit: Christian Haugen

landmark-11credit: Al Jazeera English

landmark-12credit: Alexandra Svatikova

landmark-13credit: Stefan Fussan

landmark-14credit: Eric Fredericks

landmark-15credit: Tom Hilton

landmark-16credit: Steve Collis

landmark-17credit: Javier Vieras

landmark-18credit: Davide D’Amico

landmark-19credit: askii

landmark-20credit: Jason Baker

landmark-21credit: Gnaphron


How’d you do?

I’ve seen quite a few of these landmarks in person, but definitely plan on seeing them all at some point in my life!

It’s really amazing how creative and resourceful humans are. If you think about how old the Giza Sphinx and the Pyramids are. Or how magnificently big the Great Wall of China is. It’s really amazing!

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