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What was the name of the beloved wife of Shah Jehan in whose memory he built the Taj Mahal beside the River Jamuna in Agra?
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
In 1986 which natural "monument" was declared the first World Heritage Site in Northen Ireland?
Cairngorms National Park
The Giant's Causeway
Snowdonia National Park
Whose inscription in St Paul's Cathedral reads "Lector, si monumentum requiris, circumspice"?
On which Hebridean island are the Standing Stones of Calanais?
In which Indian city is the triumphal arch called the Gateway of India?
There are two obelisks known as "Cleopatra's Needle". One is on the Thames Embankment in London - where in the USA is the other?
Central Park, New York
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California
Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois
Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C.
Where is the so-called "Rufus Stone" to be found?
Hamsterley Forest, County Durham
Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire
Epping Forest, Essex
New Forest, Hampshire
What is the popular name given to the prehistoric circle of standing stones near Little Salkeld in the Vale of Eden, Cumbria?
The Rollright Stones
Long Meg and her Daughters
What is the name of the government agency responsible for maintaining ancient monuments in Wales?
To which religious leader are "stupas" (also known as "chortens") dedicated?
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Compiled Jun 28 12