The U.S.: Tall Buildings - Geography Games

The U.S.: Tall Buildings - Map Quiz Game

Bank of America Plaza, Comcast Technology Center, JPMorgan Chase Tower, One World Trade Center, Salesforce Tower, Willis Tower (Sears Tower), Wilshire Grand Center (7)  Create custom quiz

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Can you identify 7 of the tallest buildings in the United States? This quiz game will make it easy and learning a few skyscraper facts will help too. The JPMorgan Chase Tower is 1,002 feet tall, rising 75-stories over Travis Street in downtown Houston, Texas. It's the tallest five-sided building in the world. The Wilshire Grand Center towers 1100 feet in the financial district of downtown Los Angeles, California. The Comcast Technology Center in Center City, Philadelphia is 1,121 feet tall and features the highest hotel in the US. These tall buildings are memorable landmarks—if you commit a few details to memory and work with this map quiz, you'll be able to identify all 7 of these skyscrapers with ease.

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The U.S.: Tall Buildings - Map Quiz Game

Seterra is an entertaining and educational geography game that lets you explore the world and learn about its countries, capitals, flags, oceans, lakes and more! You can access the Seterra online quiz site using your computer, phone, or tablet running the latest version of most web browsers, including Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.

There’s also a Seterra app that runs on iOS and Android phones and tablets! The Seterra app offers two game modes, plus high score lists to keep track of your progress. Also, with the app, you can play offline!

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