How Cultured Are You? Can You Name Every One Of These Historical Artifacts?

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Calling all history nerds: it's your time to shine!

See how much you really know about history by taking this quiz and correctly identifying the historical artifact or landmark.

 Jun 05, 2020

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Stonehenge
www.history.com
Rapa Nui
Troy
Stonehenge

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pinterest.com
Venus de Milo
The Mona Lisa
The Birth of Venus

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list25.com
Petra
Tikal
Terracotta Army

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pinterest.com
Pyramids of Giza
The Great Sphinx of Giza
Angkor Wat

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pinterest.com
Machu Picchu
Petra
Rapa Nui

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culture, travel
wikipedia.org
The Colosseum
Pompeii
Pantheon

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www.mysticrhythmsadventure.com
Arc de Triomphe
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Parthenon

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luxurysociety.com
Winter Palace
The Taj Mahal
Versailles

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pinterest.com
Rosetta Stone
Roman Forum
The Great Wall of China

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Public Domain via Wikimedia
The Birth of Venus
The Creation of Adam
Mona Lisa

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citywonders.com
Troy
Versailles
Angkor Wat

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Tower Bridge
pixabay
The Rialto Bridge in Venice
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
The Tower Bridge in London

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fodors.com
The Little Mermaid Statue
Mount Rushmore
Petra

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simplexitytravel.com
Sistine Chapel
Notre Dame Cathedral
Globe Theatre

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www.leannemoore.ie
The London Bridge
Notre Dame Cathedral
Big Ben

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ccskills.org.uk
Globe Theatre
Westminster Abbey
Buckingham Palace

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Cristo Redentor, Christ the Redeemer, Jesus Statue, jesus, rio, Rio Brazil Jesus, Brazil, culture, politics, travel
www.walldevil.com
St. Peter's Basilica
Forbidden City
Christ the Redeemer

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lovindublin.com
Versailles
Pantheon
The Berlin Wall

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nomadicmatt.com
Machu Picchu
Petra
Stonehenge

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simplexitytravel.com
La Sagrada Familia
Edinburgh Castle
St. Basil's Cathedral

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art, paintings, culture
wikipedia.com
The Mona Lisa
Statue of David
Venus de Milo

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sumfinity.com
The Colosseum
The Taj Mahal
The Brandenburg Gate

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smartdestinations.com
Sea of Galilee Boat
The Pearl Harbor Memorial
The Tomb of Sunken Skulls

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palazzoverone.com
Pompeii
Terracotta Army
Baghdad Batteries

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wabe.org
The Cave of Altamira
Tutankhamun's Tomb
Dead Sea Scrolls

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art, paintings, culture
wikipedia.com
The Creation of Adam
The Birth of Venus
Mona Lisa

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10mosttoday.com
Angkor Wat
The Great Sphinx of Giza
Petra

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turkeytotravel.com
Mona Lisa
Venus de Milo
David

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pinterest.com
Venus de Milo
The Statue of Liberty
The Creation of Adam

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bravobike.com
The Statue of Liberty
The Little Mermaid Statue
The Great Sphinx of Giza

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catacombs
sedimentality.com
Pompeii
Catacombs of Paris
Tutankhamun's Tomb

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aitschoolofengineering.wordpress.com
Versailles
The Rosetta Stone
Tikal

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The Alamo
pixabay.com
The Alamo
Coba
Forbidden City

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pinterest.com
Lincoln Memorial
Liberty Bell
Washington Monument

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Christ The Redeemer
The Statue of David
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WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

When it comes to understanding history, historical artifacts are incredibly important. They reveal details about the past and help archeologists and historians to make deductions about people and cultures that once lived. There have been a number of very prominent discoveries in recent years which have led to modern society understanding a whole lot more about the past. Similarly, some of the greatest pieces of art, statues and monuments have been preserved for hundred, and sometimes thousands, of years, and these open up a door to the past for modern scholars. Some of the most prominent historical artifacts, including landmarks, statues, pieces of art and monuments, are the Stonehenge, the Rosetta Stone, the Liberty Bell, the Little Mermaid Statue in Copenhagen, the Roman Forum and Colosseum, the Statue of Liberty in New York City, the Venus de Milo, the Great Sphinx and Great Pyramids of Giza, the Birth of Venus painting, the Mona Lisa, Michelangelo's David, Tutankhamun's Tomb, Angkor Wat, the city of Pompeii, St. Paul's Cathedral in London, St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, the USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil, the Globe Theatre in London, Big Ben in London, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Mount Rushmore, London Bridge, the Tower of London, the palace of Versailles, The Creation of Adam painting, the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal, the Acropolis and the Parthenon in Athens and the Pantheon in Rome. Take this quiz to see if you can identify these famous artifacts!