Welcome to a quiz dedicated to famous landmarks in Europe! While limited to only 20 questions, this certainly isn’t an exhaustive quiz about all the landmarks found across the pond. But we still managed to fit quite a lot in and give you travel nerds a way to test your knowledge about European history and culture. From the Colosseum in Rome to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Europe is full of amazing and historic landmarks that should be on everyone’s bucket list.
In this quiz, we found 20 interesting facts about European landmarks that you may or may not know. Are you up to the task? Don’t forget to log in to get your score on the leaderboard!
Travel Trivia: 20 Questions About Famous European Landmarks
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Match the landmark to the country that it resides in.
What castle has the distinctive honor of being the most besieged fortress in Europe?
Select all the landmarks that are found in Italy.
Select all the landmarks that are found in London, England.
Select all the famous landmarks in Europe that were built for a World’s Fair.
What iconic castle in Germany was the inspiration for the popular Disney movie Sleeping Beauty?
What historic monument can be found within the Acropolis of Athens in Athens, Greece?
What European landmark throughout history has been a museum and seat of Eastern Orthodox Christianity but is currently a mosque (since the 15th century)?
What European castle is the largest coherent castle complex in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records?
What famous religious structure has Michelangelo’s famed painting on the ceiling?
What is the name of the giant Ferris wheel in London, England, that has become a significant landmark in the city?
What French landmark was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1806?
Brandenburg Gate is a monument of great historical significance in Berlin, Germany. Above all else, what is it meant to symbolize? Hint: When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, Brandenburg Gate was where thousands of people celebrated the momentous occasion.
What do the two cities of Venice, Italy, and Amsterdam, Netherlands, have in common?
True or False? The Eiffel Tower has a paint color named after it, called Eiffel Tower Brown. The iconic landmark has to be repainted every 7 years.
True or False? You cannot go inside the Atomium structure in Brussels, Belgium.
True or False? The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in Rome, Italy.
True or False? The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, attracts more visitors per year than the Louvre in Paris, France.
True or False? Although construction on the Cologne Cathedral began in 1248, it wasn’t completed until 1880.
True or False? The Tower of London is a bell tower.
More About Famous Landmarks In Europe
Need to study more about European landmarks? We’ve got several answers to the quiz – plus much more – in our facts about famous landmarks in Europe post. Or if you want to learn some facts about other landmarks around the world, check out our post of fascinating facts about world landmarks.