Quiz: Only A Pennsylvania Native Can Name All These PA Landmarks, Can You?

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 May 16, 2018
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Question: 1/16This is an image of which major city in Pennsylvania?


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New Hope
Milford
Philadelphia

Question: 2/16This is the ___________ penitentiary where Al Capone was held.


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Western State
Eastern State
Golden Gate

Question: 3/16Harrisburg _________ of Pennsylvania.


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West
The State Capitol
A small mormon town outside

Question: 4/16Drake Well in Titusville, PA has a museum documenting...


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the start of fracking.
The birth of the oil industry.
The birth of the steel industry.

Question: 5/16The Pennsbury Manor near Tullytown, Pennsylvania was home to:


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George Washington
William Penn
James Segal

Question: 6/16This historical item no longer rings, but is an iconic symbol of freedom:


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The War Bell
The Cowbell
The Liberty Bell

Question: 7/16Johnstown is known for which natural disaster that occurred there?


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Flood
Hurricane
Tornado

Question: 8/16Valley Forge was a refuge for _________ and his troops.


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George Washington
Andrew Jackson
Michael Jordan

Question: 9/16Hershey Park, located in Hershey, is a theme park centered around:


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Root Beer
Popcorn
Chocolate

Question: 10/16Strasburg is a small town known for its Railroad history and _________.


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Amish culture
Jewish culture
Scandinavian

Question: 11/16In Pittsburgh there is a museum for the artist who photographed a soup-can:


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Georgia O'keeffe
Andy Warhol
Leonardo Dicaprio

Question: 12/16Which American Writer, Poet, and Critic had a house in Philadelphia?


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Steven Colbert
Edgar Allan Po
Mike Meyers

Question: 13/16Wellsboro, PA has its own version of this Arizona landmark:


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The Pyramids
The Grand Canyon
Niagara Falls

Question: 14/16Pennsylvania State University is known for their __________ Stadium.


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Beaver
Washington
Bushel

Question: 15/16This PA town was also a major battle in the Civil War:


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Gettsburg
Champaign
Atlanta

Question: 16/16"Horseshoe Curve" in Blair County is...


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A mountain
A railroad track
A sculpture
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

Pennsylvania (especially Philadelphia) is known for having many of the nation's historically famous landmarks. Are you from Pennylvania? Did you work or go to school there? If so, this quiz will probably be fun for you! You likely have some specialized knowledge about Pennsylvania's landmarks that you may not even be conscious of. Women.com geographic based quizzes can bring back nostalgic memories of your favorite cities, towns, and states where you may have lived, gone to school, or been raised. If you're from Pennsylvania or spent a good amount of time there, this quiz might be a fun chance for you to relive some of those memories and reconnect with those roots! The quiz will also tell you how well you really know the state of Pennsylvania's historical landmarks - a non local would likely not be able to identify all of these! Can you?