LIVE – May 2024 – Landmark Legends – Win £10

May 2024 – Landmark Legends – Win £10

Name The Famous Landmark. Test your knowledge of iconic landmarks from around the world by identifying them from the images provided. From ancient wonders to modern marvels, each picture holds a piece of global history.
How well do you know your landmarks?

Simply examine the images, and if you manage to correctly name the landmark, you’ll earn an impressive 2 entries into our monthly draw. Don’t worry if you’re unsure—every brave attempt deserves recognition, and even incorrect guesses will earn you 1 entry into the draw. At the end of the month, we’ll pool all entries and draw one lucky winner at random. Dive into the quiz, explore the world through these captivating images, and let the thrill of discovery be your guide. Who knows, your knowledge might just lead you to victory in our monthly draw! Good luck!

The competition started on 1st May 2024 and runs until the end of the month. The last question will be shown on 31st May 2024, with the winner being announced here on 1st June 2024. The winner will then have 24 hours to claim their £10 cash prize. If you don’t claim your prize by 11am on 2nd June 2024 you will unfortunately lose out. No late claims accepted.



Previous Answers

1. Big Ben / Elizabeth Tower (England)
2. Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy)
3. Taj Mahal (India)
4. Statue of Liberty (USA)
5. Arc de Triomphe (France)
6. Colosseum (Italy)
7. Sydney Opera House (Australia)
8. Great Wall of China (China)
9. Eiffel Tower (France)
10. Buckingham Palace (England)
11. Petra (Jordan)
12. Golden Gate Bridge (USA)
13. St Peter’s Basillica (Italy)
14. Acropolis of Athens / Parthenon / Erechtheion (Greece)
15. Empire State Building (USA)
16. Machu Picchu (Peru)
17. Great Sphinx of Giza (Egypt)
18. Mount Rushmore (USA)
19. Stonehenge (England)

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Stuart
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Stuart

Fortunate to have visited today’s answer (20th). A truly remarkable Landmark

tracy
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tracy

it is a beautiful building, and a place I would like to visit.

GillP
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GillP

Used to live two mile down the road from this one (19th May), never was allowed to get close enough to touch though (never did Solstice).

Arthur
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Arthur

When I was on holiday as a child in the 60’s I played climbing and jumping on the stones. There used to be just a few posts with a rope around them

Stuart
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Stuart

Really is the wonder of the world. Has to be seen to be believed!

Ian
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Ian

Day 14 answer yesterday is INCORRECT. It’s not the Acropolis of Athens, it is actually The Ancient Erechtheion Temple on Acropolis Hill in Athens Greece.

hornetcarp
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hornetcarp

so many different variations/names for some of these!!!!

Heather10
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Heather10

I hope I got my answer marked as correct yesterday as the landmark was the Parthenon. The Parthenon is located on top of the acropolis so I’m guessing both answers are correct. Please can you let me know Daniel, thanks

Lostkiwi
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Lostkiwi

I put the Parthenon as well but with Acropolis in brackets. In theory Parthenon is the correct answer

hornetcarp
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hornetcarp

i put Erechtheion which it is also known by

Susan
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Susan

so did I!

STEVEN
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STEVEN

Agree.

krispii
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krispii

This one brings back memories!
It’s a mighty windy crossing on a streetcar.

GillP
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GillP

On a boat underneath also, plus looking down on it from the top of the bank.

Beverly
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Beverly

I named the landmark not the place for yesterday,was that incorrect? (Ed Deir-The Monastery)

purplevamp
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purplevamp

That’s what I put.

Christine
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Christine

Same here i put The Monastery

Hilde
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Hilde

Same. Monastery of Petra

Heather10
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Heather10

I just put Petra. I’m thinking both answers should be correct,.like the one from yesterday which was the Parthenon but the answer is listed differently (see.my question to Daniel above)

Rosalind
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Rosalind

This one is on the tip of my tongue but can’t quite remember! I prefer not to Google as it’s just a bit of fun so here’s hoping Hobbit Palace (Jordan) is correct…wish me luck folks

Andrew
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Andrew

Nothing to do with the site (sorry!), but if anyone is reading this through the night, look for the Aurora! I can see it in Hertfordshire. You might not see it with your eyes, so look through your smartphone, and you will see the reds and greens, it’s amazing! Should get another chance on saturday if you missed it on friday.

Christine
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Christine

Yes Andrew it was amazing over the Hertfordshire countryside

tracy
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tracy

I missed it all as didn’t know about it until after the event, Seeing the Aurora is on my bucket list.

Heather10
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Heather10

I hope that its just the.landmark.that we need to have been putting and not the place as well

DivitLad
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DivitLad

just landmark

Sally
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Sally

Asked & answered a week ago, just scroll down a bit 😁😉

Marie
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Marie

Oops…spelled yesterdays wrong. Never mind, I still get a point.

David
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David

I don’t think spelling matters on the picture rounds (or it didn’t used to!)

Justin
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Justin

Fairly easy so far, tho I think some are taking the landmark naming bit too seriously with what to put as the answers.. don’t need to be so precise. Most will know the first 4, very straightforward. Just a game after all. Enjoy everyone.

Hilde
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Hilde

I agree. No need to get upset if the answer is slightly different from what you put. You’ll still get 2 entries, and even if you get it totally wrong you still get 1 entry into the draw. I once won this draw while I did not have every question right in that month.

Elaine
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Elaine

Do we need to put the country as well as the landmark?

David
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David

I don’t think so, it just says to “name the landmark”.

hornetcarp
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hornetcarp

i’m just putting the name of the landmark

Jackie
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Jackie

Ah, a few years ago I had a lovely day in the place where today’s landmark is – thoroughly recommend it!

jan
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jan

NOT big Ben, that is the bell. The building you showed was the Elizabeth Tower and any one who stated that should get the 2 entries

Jane
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Jane

Completely agree Jan – I put Elizabeth Tower

Jackie
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Jackie

Definitely Elizabeth Tower, that’s what I put too.

jan
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jan

hi all welcome to Jan’s Pedant Club

Stacy
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Stacy

Good luck for May everyone.

Andrew
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Andrew

I can see comments about this one coming tomorrow…

Lynne
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Lynne

Yeah, not clear whether they want the correct name or the most used, but incorrect, name

Hilde
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Hilde

I only know one name for this..

Khadija
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Khadija

Well done Adrian
Hopefully you claim in time.
Good luck for May folks.

ColinR
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ColinR

Congratulations to Adrian, last months winner. Hope you remember to claim. New game could be interesting 🙂 Good luck to all.

Bernie
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Bernie

Hurry Adrian! 🙂 Time is running out to claim.