the largest floor space of any building of its kind. But how large is it?
It’s the longest man-made structure in the world.
You can see it from the Moon.
It’s in the south of China.
I would like to visit Al-Faisaliah Centre because it’s a wellknown landmark
Yes, many. Some examples are the Floating Mosque and the King’s Fountain.
Deep in the Venezuelan jungle there is a waterfall where the water drops down 979 metres. It is the highest waterfall in the world and you can feel the mist from over a kilometre away. But what do they call it?
4The Grand Canyon in the USA is 446km long and 1.83km deep. It was one of the first National Parks in the country. But which river runs through it?
Visit Chichen Itza in Mexico and you’ll see something quite amazing. It’s the place where you can see one of the most beautiful pyramids in the world. But who built it?
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A: Where is Lake Titicaca? B: It’s between Peru and Bolivia. A: How high above sea level is it? B: It’s 3810m above sea level. A: How deep is it? B: It’s 281m deep. A: What does Titicaca mean? B: It means ‘puma rock’. A: Why does it have this name? B: Probably because its shape is like that of a puma which is hunting. B: OK, now what about the Palace of Culture and Science? Where is it? A: It’s in Warsaw, Poland. B: How tall is it? A: It’s 231m tall. B: When did it use to be the tallest building in Europe? A: From 1955 to 1957. B: How many floors has it got? A: It’s got 42 floors. B: What