Famous European Landm ar k To find it

Famous European Landm ar k  To find it

Famous European Landm ar k To find it you must travel to the country that is shaped like a boot and continue your search in the city of Rome.

Its big, oval-shaped and very old. Built in 80 AD, today only a portion of it is standing. In its better days it was a stadium where gladiator fights and different competitions were held. Today many sports arenas are named after this building.

2 The Coliseum Youll find this landmark on a large island that lies to the west of the North Sea. It is an example of a megalithic

monument. It was built between 1800 and 1400 B.C. The main structure is large and shaped like a circle. The pieces were used to show 14 astronomical relationships. It

Stonehenge Its located in the country that lies south of Belgium. When you get there, be prepared to look up, because it is very tall. Its one of the most famous

landmarks in this capital city. It was built in 1889 for an international exposition. It was named after the engineer who designed it and is 984 feet tall. 3

The Eiffel Tower Travel first to the country that is famous for spaghetti and pizza. In the central part of this country youll find a city that has the same name as this landmark.

It was built as a bell tower for a church. Galileo performed a famous experiment here. He dropped a cannon ball and a feather from the top and proved that objects of different masses fall to the earth at the same speed. It once stood erect but only for a very short time. It began tilting before it was

completed. 6 Leaning Tower of Pisa Its a famous fortress on the River Thames. It was built by William the Conqueror

and Henry VIII between 1078 and 1300. Over the years it has served as a fortress, a palace, a prison, and a mint. It now houses the crown jewels and an armor museum. It bears the name of the capital 15

city Tower of London Once youre in Greece, find your way to Athens and look up. It is home to famous ancient Greek buildings.

It was considered a sanctuary for the citys gods and the center of religious ceremonies. It means high city in Greek. The Parthenon sits on this famous hill. 1 Acropolis

Youll find this landmark in London. Its a permanent fixture in the parliament building. Its name doesnt tell you that its a clock. Its name tells about its

size. Its name is a mans name. 19 Big Ben

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