For this Spanish Difficult Review picture quiz, and its sister quiz to follow, we will be taking you around the world to look at some of the world’s wondrous landmarks. A landmark is either a natural or manmade fixture that is easily recognizable. For example, Diamond Head, a natural volcanic cone located on the Hawaiian island of O’ahu, is easily and quickly recognized by people the world over. Then there is the Acropolis located in Athens, Greece. It is a manmade structure but it, too, is easily and quickly recognized by people the world over.
Landmarks are part of the world’s history and that makes them just as important in Spanish as they are in English. In your Spanish Difficult Review academic quiz series, you were given a number of world landmarks that are, perhaps, among some of the more famous. Now you get to test your memory on ten of those structures.
Try to move through the quiz quickly and look carefully at each pictures as the pictures show you the landmarks. If you would like a review of the landmarks in Spanish, please check out the Spanish Difficult Review vocabulary quiz titled World Landmarks! and then when you are ready, begin your journey around the world!
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