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Quiz: Where on earth are these buildings?

We’re bringing you around the world in tonight’s quiz.

TONIGHT’S QUIZ IS all about buildings.

They come in all shapes and sizes but can you tell where on earth the ones featured below are located?

Best of luck.

In which Irish county would you find the aptly-named Wonderful Barn?
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Galway
Kildare

Westmeath
Cork
In which American state would you find the mammoth AT&T Stadium
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Texas
California

Ohio
Florida
The so-called original Ice Hotel is located in the Jukkasjärvi area of which country?
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Norway
Sweden

Finland
Iceland
This is a view of St Peter's Church, two town halls and a toy musuem in what central European city?
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Berlin
Budapest

Vienna
Munich
Where would I find this tower?
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Seoul
Tokyo

Kyoto
Busan
Not your average housing estate. Where would you find Habitat 67?
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Melbourne
Madrid

Mexico City
Montreal
Where would you find this?
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Belfast
Buenos Aires

Birmingham
Baku
What about this building which shares its name with a prestigious ballet company?
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Vilnius
Kiev

Moscow
Bucharest
This rather large mosque is located in what city?
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Baghdad
Riyadh

Istanbul
Tehran
We'll finish with our neighbours across the Irish Sea. Where would you find this?
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Bristol
Brighton

Bath
Bournemouth
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Top Dog
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Clever cat
Almost purrfect
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Fintastic
A decent effort
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You scored out of !
What are ewe doing?
Baaaaaad
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Turtely awful
A shell of a bad effort
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