What is Europe's tallest building?
What is the tallest building in Europe
Naberezhnaya Tower B in Moscow is the tallest building in Europe, at 881 feet tall. Thanks for using ChaCha!http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-the-tallest-building-in-europe
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Q: Use the clues to find out where Mr. Bown is1. Mr. Bown has decided to start his virtual tour in one of the oldest towns in northern Europe. The people of this town are distinct from the Dutch and have struggled to maintain their own traditions and language. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?2. Mr. Bown has decided to check out a very old fort where Antipope Benedict XIII once sought. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?3. Mr. Bown has now decided to take a joyful ride on a breathtaking stretch of winding road carved out of limestone cliffs. These alluring sights bring many sightseers and make tourism the chief industry in the region. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?4. Mr. Bown decides to move his tour to the southern slopes of the Bakony Mountains. A lot of this city's centuries-old architectural monuments still survive today. Some date back to the 9th Century. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?5. Mr. Bown was in the mood to check out a mystery. Therefore, his next stop is at a famous site where it is not known what function these stones served, although the very precise alignment of the stones leaves little doubt that the builders had a good understanding of astronomy. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown6. Mr. Bown is now looking at one of the most impressive sites in Western Europe. It occupies 13 acres of land. This structure was founded by William the Conqueror and largely rebuilt by subsequent monarchs. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?7. Mr. Bown is now hanging out in one of central Europe's oldest and most beautiful cities. He is staying at fine hotels and fashionable shops that line a wide boulevard on the east bank of the Vltava River. This area is known for its frequent celebrations and political demonstrations. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?8. Mr. Bown has now decided to visit the “Museum City” where every five years singers, dancers, and musicians gather here to participate in an international folk festival. This place is known for its massive fortress and for the notable architecture of the houses that cloak the slopes of Mount Gjerë. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?9. Mr. Bown is now standing at the bottom of one of the steepest gorges in Europe. This river valley is so narrow that the Sun's rays do not reach its floor between October and February. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?10. Mr. Bown’s journey ends at a really big arched stone that stands 164 feet tall. This arch was built by Napoleon to celebrate his military successes; it is inscribed with the names of 386 of his generals and 96 of his victories. The famous unknown soldier from WWI was buried at the base of this arch. Where in Europe is Mr. Bown?Answer ChoicesA. Arc de Triomph, FranceB. Amalfi Coast, ItalyC. Bolsward in Historic Friesland (Netherlands)D. Gjirokastër, AlbaniaE. Nærøy Valley, NorwayF. Medieval Fortress situated in the Región Levantina of SpainG. Stonehenge, EnglandH. Veszprém, HungaryI. Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech RepublicJ. Windsor Castle, Great Britain