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Quiz: How well do you know your American landmarks?

Tomorrow is America’s Independence Day. Time to put that hard-earned J1 knowledge to the test…

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TOMORROW IS 4 July. And that can only mean one thing – Independence Day (No, not Brexit Day. No, not the film).

To celebrate, TheJournal.ie invites you to demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of famous US landmarks.

Ready? Let’s go…

She's the symbol of a nation, but what year did America receive the Statue of Liberty from France as a gift?
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1880
1882

1886
1893
Which of these is NOT a president to feature on South Dakota's Mount Rushmore?
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Abraham Lincoln
George Washington

Franklin Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Someone famous lives there. But what is the White House's address?
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1548 New England Street
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

1690 Potomac Way
1430 Delaware Boulevard
The iconic Golden Gate Bridge has been around since 1937, but in which city is it located?
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Los Angeles
San Diego

Sacramento
San Francisco
Mount McKinley (also known as Denali) is North America's highest mountain, standing at roughly 20,200 feet. But what state is it in?
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Colorado
Vermont

North Dakota
Alaska
Which of these is NOT a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip?
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The Florentine
The Palazzo

The Cromwell
The Bellagio
Alcatraz was an infamous maximum-security prison situated in San Francisco Bay which played host to Al Capone among others. What year did it close?
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1971
1958

1969
1963
One World Trade Center became the tallest building in America upon its completion in 2014. But what building did it take the title from?
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Trump International Hotel, Chicago
The Empire State Building, New York

Sears Tower, Chicago
432 Park Avenue, New York
The Hollywood sign has been looking out over Los Angeles in some shape or form since the 1920s. But why was it erected in the first place?
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It was a personal vanity project of 20s film star Buster Keaton
To advertise a housing development

As a tourist attraction
As a warning signal for low-flying aircraft
What state is the Grand Canyon in?
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Utah
Colorado

Arizona
California
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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You scored out of !
You're Donald Trump
You don't know your American geography. Bad!
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You scored out of !
You're Donald Trump
You don't know your American geography. Bad!
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You scored out of !
You're Donald Trump
You don't know your American geography. Bad!
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You scored out of !
You're Donald Trump
You don't know your American geography. Bad!
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You scored out of !
You're Sarah Palin
You can see Russia from your house, but you know a thing or two about the USA to boot.
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You scored out of !
You're Sarah Palin
You can see Russia from your house, but you know a thing or two about the USA to boot.
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You scored out of !
You're Sarah Palin
You can see Russia from your house, but you know a thing or two about the USA to boot.
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You scored out of !
You're the Naked Cowboy
You're as American as Mom's apple pie.
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You scored out of !
You're the Naked Cowboy
You're as American as Mom's apple pie.
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You scored out of !
You're Uncle Sam
We want YOU for our quiz team.
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You're Uncle Sam
We want YOU for our quiz team.
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