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Monuments in Europe

More than any other continent, Europe is known for its wide selection of manmade historic monuments. Kidzworld lists the top 10 must-see monuments for traveling in Europe! Back to Article

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Kaylamon
Kaylamon wrote:
2013-07-15 21:24:53 -0700

eiffel tower? big ben?

-nosebleeds-

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-ZeroHero-
-ZeroHero- wrote:
2013-07-15 21:22:28 -0700

Darn, Europe.❤

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-15 20:35:05 -0700

Eiffel Tower❤

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Which European Monument would you most like to see?

  • The Eiffel Tower
  • The Stonehenge
  • The Colosseum
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa

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