Bing Wonders of the World Quiz is the most popular bing quiz this year. The quiz has 7 questions with multiple choices. Test your smarts of 7 wonders of the world by taking this quiz. You can also challenge your friend to take this quiz. The benefit of taking this quiz is you can earn 10 Microsoft Reward points.
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Below is the bing wonders of the world quiz questions sample. You can read this sample to increase your smarts, so you can easily take the quiz.
1. The city is famous for its architecture carved in rock:
Petra lies on the slope of Jebel al-Madhbah in a basin between the mountains that form a great valley running from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Many scientists believe that Petra was colonizing in 9,000 BCE. Petra possibly established as the capital of the Nabataean Kingdom in the 4th century BCE.
2. Which Italian monument was also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre?
a. Roman Forum
b. Circus Maximus
Colosseum is the largest amphitheater in the world. The location is in the east of the Roman Forum. This amphitheater reaching a capacity of up to 90,000 people by the time. Roman emperor Vespasian was in power when Colosseum is built. The construction begins in 72 CE and complete in 80 CE under the regime of his successor and heir, Tito.
3. This city was once one of the largest Maya urban centers:
b. Chichén Itzá
Chichén Itzá is a large pre-Columbian city. The Maya civilization creates the city at the end of the Classical period. The city location is in the municipality of Tinúm in the state of Yucatán, Mexico. Today, its ruins are maintained by the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico.
4. The Lost City of the Incas is known as?
a. Colca Canyon
b. Machu Picchu
c. Sacred Valley of the Incas
In the valley of the Urubamba River in Peru, at a height of almost 8,000 feet, you can find the pre-Columbian city of Machu Picchu. This city was built in the 15th century but only became internationally famous in 1911 through Hiram Bingham’s expedition. Just a small percentage of the original city has been preserved (the remainder has been rebuilt), and its ruins are protected by the state since they lie within the boundaries of the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu (an area extending 80,536 acres). Since 1983 it is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site.
5. This wall measures a whopping 13,171 miles in its entirety:
a. Hadrian’s Wall
b. Antonine Wall
c. Great Wall of China
The oldest wall sections found so far date back to the 7th century BCE. Throughout each dynasty, new sections were built, existing ones joined and fortified, becoming what is now referred to as the Great Wall. It extends from Jiayuguan (Jiayu Pass in Gansu province) on the west side to Shanhaiguan (Shanhai Pass in Hebei province) on the east side, crossing the Gobi Desert, 12 provinces, three autonomous regions and the municipalities Beijing and Tianjin. Unesco In 1987 list the Great Wall as a World Heritage site. Research and archaeological excavations keep discovering new or unknown sections.
6. Semi-precious stones and gold were used in the construction of this monument:
a. Gateway of India
b. Victoria Memorial
c. Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal is built from 1632 to 1653 (21 years). It was made by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Arjumand Banu Begum, known as Mumtaz Mahal (Jewel of the Palace). She died after giving birth to their 14th child, with the monument being built over her tomb along the Yamuna River.
7. Which monument lies atop a mountain whose name means “hunchback” in Portuguese?
a. Selaron Staircase
c. Christ the Redeemer
The idea of building a statue on the top of Corcovado emerged in 1850, with the intention of honoring Princess Isabel, who was regent of Brazil at the time. The proposal was discarded in 1889 when Brazil became a republic with laws mandating the separation of church and state, but the idea was resurfaced in 1920 by the Catholic Circle of Rio de Janeiro. After looking through several projects, the statue of Christ the Redeemer with open arms was chosen as a symbol of peace.