Weekly Quiz #6: UNESCO Sites

Bored? Wanting inspiration and something to keep your mind occupied?
Why not try our weekly quiz? You might even win a £50 / €55 / US$60 quiz winner voucher to use against your next holiday!

How does this work?

Each Tuesday we will have 5 questions on a particular topic with a prize of a £50 / €55 / US$60 voucher to be used against your next trip. This can be combined with any of our other offers but only one quiz voucher per booking. 

The following week you will get 5 more questions on a new topic, and you will be able to see the quiz answers on our answers page (see link below) as well as the name of the winner from the previous week.

To play just add your contact details and answers below (by Sunday evening after the quiz has been issued). Note that participants will be added to our newsletter to ensure they get the answers, as well as notification of each week's quiz. You can unsubscribe from this at any time.

On certain rounds, there are some hints below the form, at the very bottom of the page.

Click here for QUIZ ANSWERS & WINNERS page

Question 1

Name this UNESCO site AND the country it is found in







Question 2

Name this UNESCO site AND the country it is found in







 

Question 3

Name this UNESCO site AND the country it is found in







Question 4

Name this UNESCO site AND the country it is found in







Question 5

Name this UNESCO-listed town AND the country it is found in







To enter

Simply fill in your details below with your answers in the comments field as well as the week number of the quiz and you will be entered into our competition. Where multiple people have the same top score the winner's name will be drawn from a hat.

You can see all answers as well as each week's lucky winner on our our quiz answers & winners page

Remember if you would like to book any trip with us you can avail of our flexi-deposit to keep your money secure in the current uncertain times. 

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Hints (if you need!)

Q1: One of the largest forts in the country, declared a UNESCO site in 2013

Q2: A pre historic burial site in South East Asia, declared a UNESCO site in 2019

Q3: Largest & richest Orthodox monastery in the country, houses a large collection of 13-14 Century Byzantine paintings, declared a UNESCO site in 1986

Q4: Built over 1900 years ago, it is one of the oldest working Christian monasteries in the world. Declared a UNESCO site in 2002

Q5: ​Considered the best existing example of early 19th century urban town planning. Declared a UNESCO site in 2005
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