The Ultimate US Monuments and Memorials Quiz (30 Questions)

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The Ultimate US Monuments and Memorials Quiz (30 Questions)
The United States of America is a huge country with a rich history. There are a huge number of monuments and memorials known all over the world, and some - only to residents. Let's check how well you understand this topic!

Memorializing a short-lived French presence in sixteenth century Florida.

Fort Caroline

Duval Fort

Sea Oats Castle

St John's Memorial

This Pennsylvania site commemorates the crash of a United Airlines flight.

Flight 93 Memorial

Capitol Memorial

United Memorial

9/11 Memorial

Who's boyhood home is this?

Kennedy

Washington

Elvis

Lincoln

A national monument on the Potomac.

Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove

George Washington Memorial

Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad Memorial

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

In Nebraska, this monument rises 800 feet above the North Platte River.

Mormon Trail

Jewel Cave

Mitchell Pass

Scotts Bluff

Preserving Minnesota catlinite quarries used to make Plains Indian ceremonial pipes.

Pipe Spring

Pompeys Pillar

Organ Pipe Cactus

Pipestone

Two of the largest natural bridges in the Western Hemisphere are found here in Utah.

El Morro

El Malpais

Natural Bridges

Florissant Fossil Beds

This active stratovolcano in Washington had a notorious 1980 eruption.

Clough Volcano

Skamania Mountain

Mount St. Helens

Fuji of America

A well at this Arizona monument has been used since the 8th century.

Casa de Canine

Montezuma Castle

Helena Castle

Chat Castle

The Grange Memorial is actually whose country home?

Martin Luther King Jr.

Langston Hughes

Alexander Hamilton

Jeremy Bentham

This Alaskan site is sometimes called the Yosemite of the North.

Quartz Hill

Eocene Epoch

Misty Fjords

Tonga Trails

A reminder of Custer battling Cheyenne, Lakota, and Arapaho forces in Montana.

Custer's Calvary Grounds

Little Bighorn Battlefield

Marianas Trench

Casa Custer

Which war does this memorial commemorate?

World War II

Vietnam

World War I

Civil War

Whose memorial is this one in DC?

Jefferson

Lincoln

Kennedy

Roosevelt

One of the longest caves in the world, found in South Dakota.

Blue Cave

Jewel Cave

Really Long Cave

Badlands Cave

The grounds of the largest Japanese internment camp during WWII.

Ironwood

Hovenweep

Hohokam Pima

Honouliuli

The first of its kind in the country, found in Nebraska.

Homestead

George Washington birthplace

Clinton Castle

Fort Freeman

South Carolina site where first shots of American Civil War fired.

Fort Ord

Fort Stanwix

Fort Sumter

Fort Pulaski

This South Dakota monument has been rewritten by Hollywood films.

Mount Rushmore

George Washington's Birthplace

Keystone Mountain

Mount Fuji

What does this Ohio monument commemorate?

Lincoln

Thaddeus Kosciuszko

Roger Williams

Perry's Victory and International Peace

Who is memorialized by this Kitty Hawk, North Carolina monument?

Martin Luther King Jr.

Washington

Wright Brothers

Carter

This New Mexico monument is composed of gypsum crystals.

Tularosa Caverns

Walnut Canyon

White Sands

Vermillion Cliffs

This New York institution was a site of riots in the 1960s.

Stonewall Inn

Sally's

CBGB

Christopher's

She goes for a walk sometimes in movies.

Independence Lady

Lincoln Memorial

Statue of Welcome

Statue of Liberty

Preserving 50-million-year-old Green River lake beds.

Carrizo Plain

Chiricahua

Craters of the Moon

Fossil Butte

If you were going to drive your car through a tree you'd do it here.

Capulin Volcano

Muir Woods

Giant Sequoia Groves

Canyon de Chelly

The first national monument dedicated to an African-American.

Casa Grande Ruins

George Washington Carver birthplace

George Washington birthplace

Bears Ears

A 1740 Spanish fort in Florida protecting 100 acres of salt marsh and barrier islands.

Fort Frederica

Fort Monroe

Fort Matanzas

Fort McHenry

In the San Juan National Forest of Colorado.

Chimney Rock

Castle Mountains

Cascade-Siskiyou

Browns Canyon

This was the first national monument.

Black Hill

Cheyene Canyon

Bear Claw Tower

Devils Tower

First-Time Tourist

Not only did you not see most of these monuments live, but you didn't even know they existed. So, if you are going to go to the United States of America, we recommend that you carefully study the tourist attractions, so as not to miss anything. Our test will help you with this! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

Attentive Tourist

Although you have not seen many of these monuments in person, you have a good idea where they are located and to whom they are dedicated. However, you have not yet fully explored the tourist attractions of the United States of America and may miss something important when traveling. Our test will help you! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!

Experienced Guide

You are an avid tourist! You not only know the history of these monuments and memorials, but also saw most of them live. Surely you are motivated by your interest in the historical past of the country and its cultural heritage. In any case, such enthusiasm is inspiring! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!