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Can You Name These Tallest U.S. Buildings?

The United States is home to some of the largest and most impressive buildings in the world. Are you a fan of architecture? Take our quiz to see just how many of the tallest U.S. buildings you can identify.

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What is the name of this building?
Willis Tower
Shaws Tower
Chrysler Building

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What is the name of this building?
Franklin Center
Aon Center
John Hancock Center

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What is the name of this building?
Chrysler Building
Bank of America Tower
JPMorgan Chase Tower

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What is the name of this building in the center?
Bank of America Tower
Wells Fargo Plaza
Comcast Center

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What was the original name of this building, now known as New York by Gehry?
Wave Tower
Beekman Tower
Spruce Building

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What is the name of this building in the center?
One World Trade Center
Sears Tower
Empire State Building

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What is the name of this building?
Trump Tower Chicago
Trump Tower New York
Trump Tower Boston

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What is the name of this building?
U.S. Bank Tower
Chrysler Building
432 Park Avenue

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What is the name of this building?
432 Park Avenue
One57
Crystal Palace

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What is the name of the tallest building in this image?
One World Trade Center
Four World Trade Center
U.S. World Trade Center

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What is the name of this building?
TD Bank Plaza
Wells Fargo Center
Bank of America Plaza

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What is the name of this building?
432 Park Avenue
One57
Two Prudential Plaza

C+, Crumbling Construction

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It's okay, not everyone can identify a building from a mere picture. It doesn't mean you can't get into architecture and everything about it. Take a trip and see some of these buildings first-hand if you ever get a chance - it may help your memory of them.

B+, Sturdy Structure

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You're well on your way to becoming a master of building identification, but you have a little ways to go yet. Next time you think about a vacation, why not forego the tropical beaches most people seek out, and take a tour of some of the most famous pieces of architecture in areas like New York and Chicago.

A+, Ace Architect

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You're a master architect...at least as far as building identification goes. You can pick any famous U.S. structure out of a line-up, and we're sure you've taken, or want to take, a trip to the big architecture cities like New York and Chicago to check everything out first hand.
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1
What is the name of this building?
Willis Tower
Shaws Tower
Chrysler Building
2
What is the name of this building?
Franklin Center
Aon Center
John Hancock Center
3
What is the name of this building?
Chrysler Building
Bank of America Tower
JPMorgan Chase Tower
4
What is the name of this building in the center?
Bank of America Tower
Wells Fargo Plaza
Comcast Center
5
What was the original name of this building, now known as New York by Gehry?
Wave Tower
Beekman Tower
Spruce Building
6
What is the name of this building in the center?
One World Trade Center
Sears Tower
Empire State Building
7
What is the name of this building?
Trump Tower Chicago
Trump Tower New York
Trump Tower Boston
8
What is the name of this building?
U.S. Bank Tower
Chrysler Building
432 Park Avenue
9
What is the name of this building?
432 Park Avenue
One57
Crystal Palace
10
What is the name of the tallest building in this image?
One World Trade Center
Four World Trade Center
U.S. World Trade Center
11
What is the name of this building?
TD Bank Plaza
Wells Fargo Center
Bank of America Plaza
12
What is the name of this building?
432 Park Avenue
One57
Two Prudential Plaza

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