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Landmarks of Europe

by Karin Havlickova, a teacher  from Kutna Hora, The Czech Republic, Teresa Kulik and Elena Chwedoruk - teachers from Warsaw, Poland.



Do you really know famous landmarks in Europe? Do you recognize styles of architecture? These items will introduce you to quizzes and a crossword. What does Rococo mean? Where can you find La Sagrada Familia ? What elements are typical for the Baroque?



To find out the answers and learn more about famous European buildings and landmarks. Click the link to read more an article about architectural styles. To test your understanding try Famous landmarks in Europe- matching exercise, and for your knowledge of architectural styles try the multiple-choice exercise and follow it up with the crossword



To find out more about famous buildings and landmarks in Europe  use encyclopaedia to describe architecture styles: http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Architectural%20style .




Teacher’ s notes: this material is meant for pupils from 12 to 18 years old

·         It is possible to use each part separately to support your own lesson or as a whole to create a lesson about European architecture and landmarks.


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