Famous World Monuments Quiz: Monumental Trivia 2022

July 6, 2022.

Daily trivia quiz: Test your knowledge of the most famous world monuments – in the US, United Kingdom, France, and beyond. When was the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC built? What is the purpose of the Mt Rushmore monument? Which London monument has been officially known as the Elizabeth Tower? And how high is the Eiffel Tower? Take the Famous World Monuments Quiz!

World Monuments Quiz

Daily Trivia for July 6, 2022: 11 Multiple-choice general knowledge questions on the most famous monuments, memorial statues, and classic iconic towers in the US, UK, France, and worldwide. No time-limit. How smart are you today?

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1. When was the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC built?

Photo: Carlos Delgado, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

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2. Where is the first US national monument dedicated to LGBTQ history?

Photo: Marko Kudjerski from Toronto, Canada, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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3. What is the purpose of the Mt Rushmore monument?

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4. Which London monument has been officially known as the Elizabeth Tower since 2012?

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5. Where is the Diana memorial statue placed?

Screenshot: BBC

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6. How high is the Eiffel Tower?

Screenshot: France 24 on YouTube.

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7. Which Paris monument got wrapped in 2021?

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8. Who or what is the Iron Lady (La Dame de Fer) of Paris?

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9. Who is the first Black woman buried at the Pantheon monument in Paris?

Photo: Lucien Waléry, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

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10. Where is the famous Little Mermaid sculpture displayed?

Screenshot: Carlsberg on YouTube

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11. What does the Latin term Amphitheatrum Flavium stand for?

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  • What is the purpose of the Mt Rushmore monument?

    Photo: Jim Bowen from Hope Mills NC, US / CC BY
    Commemorating the American independence war.
    Commemorating the American civil war.
    Bringing in tourists.
    Artistic innovation.

    What does the Latin term Amphitheatrum Flavium stand for?

    Tadpoles.
    Flowers of the amaryllis family.
    The Roman Colosseum.
    Greek comedy.

    Where is the Diana memorial statue placed?

    Screenshot: BBC
    In Charles and Camilla’s London residence.
    In William and Kate’s London residence.
    In Queen Elizabeth’s Official country residence.
    In Harry and Meghan’s Montecito residence.

    Who or what is the Iron Lady (La Dame de Fer) of Paris?

    Photo: Getfunky Paris, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
    The Eiffel Tower.
    Brigitte Macron.
    The Jeanne d'Arc statue.
    Marine Le Pen.

    Where is the famous Little Mermaid sculpture displayed?

    Screenshot: Carlsberg on YouTube
    Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Stockholm, Sweden.
    Oslo, Norway.
    Helsinki, Finland.

    Who is the first Black woman buried at the Pantheon monument in Paris?

    Photo: Lucien Waléry, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons
    Josephine Baker.
    Dorothy Dandridge.
    Billie Holiday.
    Eartha Kitt.

    Which Paris monument got wrapped in 2021?

    Photo: Chabe01, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
    Eiffel Tower.
    The Louvre museum.
    Arc de Triomphe.
    Cathédrale Notre-Dame.

    How high is the Eiffel Tower?

    Screenshot: France 24 on YouTube.
    320 meters.
    330 meters.
    230 meters.
    220 meters.

    When was the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC built?

    Photo: Carlos Delgado, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
    1809.
    1865.
    1885.
    1922.

    Where is the first US national monument dedicated to LGBTQ history?

    Photo: Marko Kudjerski from Toronto, Canada, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
    San Francisco.
    New York City.
    Las Vegas.
    Boston.

    Which London monument has been officially known as the Elizabeth Tower since 2012?

    Photo: ketrin1407, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
    Tower of London.
    Tower Bridge.
    London Eye.
    Big Ben.

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