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Famous Landmarks in Ireland

Quiz: Irish landmarks and popular tourist destinations

  1. According to Irish mythology, what did the legend of Fionn MacCumhaill build?
  2. What is the name of the Belfast 'quarter' which is one of Europe's largest urban waterfront regeneration projects?
  3. Can you name the sea cliffs located in County Clare which are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland?
  4. Which street has been the centre of shopping in Ireland since Victorian times? Clue: It's not O'Connell Street or Henry Street.

  5. Can you name the 5,200-year-old prehistoric monument in County Meath, overlooking the River Boyne?
  6. What do you lie on your back to kiss in a structure built in 1446 by Dermot McCarthy, King of Munster?
  7. Dominating the Belfast skyline, what exactly are Samson and Goliath?
  8. The General Post Office was the last great Georgian public building to be erected in Dublin and is famous as the headquarters of which 1916 event?
  9. Tourists visit Trinity College, in Dublin, to see which world famous 9th century manuscript?
  10. First erected 350 years ago by salmon fisherman, what sort of construction is Carrick-a-Rede famous for? We need an exact answer for the point!
  11. A visit to Dublin's Storehouse is all about experiencing the history of which Irish product?
  12. Name the largest enclosed city park in Europe which is also one of Dublin's oldest?
  13. It's said to be good luck to rub which statue in Suffolk Street, Dublin?
  14. The visitor centre in Oldbridge, County Meath, gives an insight into which 1690 battle?


  1. The Giant’s Causeway (40,000 basalt columns)
  2. Titanic Quarter
  3. The Cliffs of Moher
  4. Grafton Street
  5. Newgrange Tomb
  6. The Blarney Stone
  7. Shipbuilding gantry cranes (the largest free standing cranes in the world)
  8. Easter Rising, or Easter Rebellion
  9. Book of Kells
  10. A rope bridge
  11. Guinness beer
  12. The Pheonix Park
  13. The Molly Malone statue
  14. The Battle of the Boyne