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Quiz about You and I
Quiz about You and I

You and 'I' Trivia Quiz


You really just need to get away from it all. Thinking it over, you decide to head to locations beginning with 'I'. After all, what's more romantic than a trip-- just 'You and I'?

A photo quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
kyleisalive
Time
5 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
342,507
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
6979
Awards
Top 5% quiz!
Last 3 plays: NETTLES1960 (10/10), Guest 102 (7/10), Guest 38 (6/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. Opting to enjoy a cool summer abroad, you've chosen this island situated in the middle of the British Isles. What 'I' are you visiting if you've rented a room in a Douglas hotel? Hint


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Question 2 of 10
2. Despite what they say, not all of this country is frozen solid. What 'I' should you head to if you want to visit the majestic cascade of Dettifoss or the wondrous expanse of Vatnajokull?

Answer: (One Word)
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Question 3 of 10
3. You decide to hit the slopes in Western Austria, opting to spend your vacation time at a two-time Olympic host city. In which of these 'I' spots would you find the statue of Annasäule? Hint


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Question 4 of 10
4. In which 'I' state would you be able to visit 'The Windy City' and watch the game at Wrigley Field? Hint


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Question 5 of 10
5. You're looking for somewhere exotic so this nation of over 13,000 islands is a decidedly good option. Where would you find the temple of Tanah Lot and the beaches of Bali?

Answer: (One Word - Asian nation)
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Question 6 of 10
6. Your newest destination is in the Scottish Highlands! Where should you head if you're looking for a castle in the Highland capital? Hint


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Question 7 of 10
7. Found on the Brazilian-Argentinean border, what is the name of this 'I' waterfall in which you can visit the Devil's Throat? Hint


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Question 8 of 10
8. The image shown is that of Hagia Sophia. Where in the world would you need to travel to visit this structure? Hint


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Question 9 of 10
9. Can you see how green it is? What 'I'-land are you visiting if you're stopping at Limerick, Kilkenny, and Cork?

Answer: (One Word)
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Question 10 of 10
10. South Korea is the destination for you! In what 'I' city can you stay in New Songdo City, mere miles from the North Korean border? Hint


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1. Opting to enjoy a cool summer abroad, you've chosen this island situated in the middle of the British Isles. What 'I' are you visiting if you've rented a room in a Douglas hotel?

Answer: Isle of Man

Under British rule, but not part of the UK proper, the Isle of Man is found directly between Ireland and England. At only 572 square kilometers, the Isle of Man may be the perfect getaway if you're looking for somewhere cozy; there are quite a few people living there though-- as many as you'd find in a small city.

The island is fairly green (like neighbouring Ireland) with rolling hills and many of its inhabitants live in the capital city, Douglas, on the southeast corner. As with much of the rest of the surrounding islands, the Isle of Man is also rife with folklore; perhaps that will entice you to visit for a mystical trip.
2. Despite what they say, not all of this country is frozen solid. What 'I' should you head to if you want to visit the majestic cascade of Dettifoss or the wondrous expanse of Vatnajokull?

Answer: Iceland

Iceland, found in the North Atlantic, may not be everyone's perfect destination spot but its unique, natural beauty is unparalleled. From the geothermal hot springs of the Blue Lagoon outside Reykjavik (the capital city) to the fieldscapes dotted by high waterfalls and expansive glaciers, Iceland is a real treat for the traveler.

Despite Iceland's penchant for being covered in ice, really, Greenland is more ice-covered; Iceland is a geothermal hotspot, so you'd actually be able to find volcanoes and the like instead. Iceland is also home to the most geysers in all of Europe.

It's certainly a blast!
3. You decide to hit the slopes in Western Austria, opting to spend your vacation time at a two-time Olympic host city. In which of these 'I' spots would you find the statue of Annasäule?

Answer: Innsbruck

Innsbruck host the Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976, both in the winter, and has since become a beautiful tourist spot in the Austrian Alps, home to several ski resorts and a beautiful city. Taking a trip here would typically mean bundling up; summers can be warm but at its altitude, it can get mighty cold during winters and extremely snowy.

But that's not a problem-- there's plenty to do on the slopes and in the streets. From museums to gardens and parks, Innsbruck is a well-equipped city for any traveler looking for a taste of an alpine destination. Interlaken can be found in Switzerland, Istres is in France, and Ingolstadt is in Germany.
4. In which 'I' state would you be able to visit 'The Windy City' and watch the game at Wrigley Field?

Answer: Illinois

'The Windy City' is actually Chicago, the largest city in Illinois (though its capital is Springfield). Chicago is one of the largest cities in the United States and is well known for the Chicago Cubs baseball team and deep dish pizzas. Amongst its notable sites are Willis Tower, the Aon Center, and the Cloud Gate (better known as 'The Bean') in Millennium Park. Chicago might be the ideal place for you to visit, even if you're not one for the buildings and the food. If you're into history, Chicago has it all from a great fire to a gangster past. Illinois borders two other 'I' states, Iowa and Indiana, so if you get tired of one you can move on to the next.
5. You're looking for somewhere exotic so this nation of over 13,000 islands is a decidedly good option. Where would you find the temple of Tanah Lot and the beaches of Bali?

Answer: Indonesia

Indonesia is found in Southeast Asia and its capital, Jakarta, is on the island of Java, one of the world's most densely-populated islands. Bali, which is home to Tanah Lot, is primarily influenced by Hindu culture and it's known for its beautiful tourist resorts.

Many of the thirty-three provinces of this nation are situated on small islands, most of which only constitute a small percentage of Indonesia's entire population; most citizens live on Java, an island which (surprise, surprise) does grow coffee. You may find Indonesia to your liking, but remember, the area is situated in the Ring of Fire-- many of Indonesia's islands contain active volcanoes.
6. Your newest destination is in the Scottish Highlands! Where should you head if you're looking for a castle in the Highland capital?

Answer: Inverness

Head to the northern reaches of Scotland to visit this city on your search for the 'I' spot. Situated on the River Ness, Inverness is northwest of Aberdeen and it's home to the depicted Inverness Castle, a structure built overtop a fort originally erected in the eleventh century.

In 2005, the castle started to appear on Scottish currency (the £50 note). You may take a shine to the Scottish Highlands-- the areas contains many hilly ranges and very few large cities (at least compared to the south end of the country). Ben Nevis, at 1,344m, is Scotland's highest peak; it's in the Highlands. Loch Ness, likewise, can be found here.
7. Found on the Brazilian-Argentinean border, what is the name of this 'I' waterfall in which you can visit the Devil's Throat?

Answer: Iguacu Falls

Known as Iguacu Falls in Brazil and Iguazu Falls in Argentina, this expanse of cascading falls is often regarded as one of the most beautiful sites of its type in the world; both sides of the falls are protected by UNESCO and their respective countries' national parks. Cutting into the Iguazu River, three times as much water heads over these falls as opposed to Niagara. You may wish to take a boat ride through the basin at the bottom of the falls to get a more intimate view taking you to a perch in the Devil's Throat or you may decide to look overtop the falls from a panoramic visitor's center. Either way, Iguacu is a miraculous site.

To visit Ivela Falls, you'd travel to Gabon; India is home to Irupu Falls, and Inglis Falls is in Ontario, Canada.
8. The image shown is that of Hagia Sophia. Where in the world would you need to travel to visit this structure?

Answer: Istanbul

Once known as Constantinople, Istanbul is situated on the Bosphorus Strait separating Turkish Europe from Turkish Asia. A city with a rich, exotic history, it's the largest city in Turkey; it's also the only city in the world straddling the border of two continents. Hagia Sophia, the depicted structure, is perhaps the most famous mosque in the city and it was originally built in the sixth century. If you're interested in a beautiful city tour, Istanbul also contains the Ottoman-ruled Topkapi Palace and Maiden's Tower, a structure situated on a small islet between continents.
9. Can you see how green it is? What 'I'-land are you visiting if you're stopping at Limerick, Kilkenny, and Cork?

Answer: Ireland

Ireland, also known as 'The Emerald Isle', is found next to the United Kingdom. While Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland, Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland; the country is most known for the Blarney Stone, Guinness beer, and four-leaf clovers. That's really only the start of it though-- Ireland is a land of verdant meadows, historic castles, and quaint coastal towns. You could be set to fly over to the land of Eire to visit Limerick and Cork in the island's mid-west or Kilkenny Castle in the southeast.

In Northern Island, you could also stop off at the Giant's Causeway near Belfast. You could be that lucky!
10. South Korea is the destination for you! In what 'I' city can you stay in New Songdo City, mere miles from the North Korean border?

Answer: Incheon

Incheon, one of the largest cities in all of South Korea, is a bustling metropolitan area home to Samsung, one of the nation's most famous businesses. New Songdo City was built beginning in the mid-1990s in order to stimulate growth in the region. As a result, the city has grown to be one of the most important hubs of the nation. The Northeast Asia Trade Tower, South Korea's tallest building, was completed here in 2011.
Inazawa is a part of Aichi on the Japanese island of Honshu, Indore is part of Central India (in the province of Madhya Pradesh), and Ipoh is in Malaysia.
Source: Author kyleisalive

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