|No 10, Downing Street
||Official residence of the British
||Famous for oil refinery
||In 1958 it was declared as 49th State
of U.S.A. It is near Canada
||City and sea-port of Egypt, founded by
Alexander the Great. Handles about 80% of the country's exports.
||Ruined temple in Cambodia. Signposts
of ancient oriental civilization.
||A dam in Egypt across the River Nile.
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||Oilfields of Azerbaijan.
||It was a Jail in Paris. Destroyed
during the French Revolution.
||Famous for gold mines.
||A town Palestine, the birth place of
||In Pacific Ocean, where first hydrogen
bomb was tested by U.S.A.
||An atoll of the Marshall Islands.
Atomb Bomb was dropped here experimentally in 1948.
||A town in Czechoslovakia on
||London residence of the British
||In Ladakh, highest airfield in the
world. Chinese troops attacked it in 1962.
||An island where Napoleon was born.
||The biggest car manufacturing town in
|Elephanta Caves (India)
||Situated in an island 15 miles from
Bombay. Famous for the statues of Siva and Parvati.
||Press Center in London.
||In Egypt near Israeli border, was seat
of United nations Emergency Force till 1957. Now under Israeli
||Key to Mediterranean, fortress and
novel base situated on rock in the extreme South of Spain.
|Golden Temple (India)
||Famous temple of the Sikhs at
Amritsar, constructed by Guru Ram Dass.
||An industrial center of Japan which
was destroyed by atom bomb in 1945.
|Hollywood (California. U.S.A.)
||Famous for film industry
||A huge park in London.
||City in Israel. Jesus Christ was
crucified here (now capital of Israel)
||It is the State of chattarpur,
Bundelkhand in Madhya Pradesh. It is famous for Mahadev Temple.
||Important town of Ukraine,
manufactures motor cars, tractors and agricultural machinery.
||Palace in Sinkiang (Red China), site
for atomic tests.
|Los Angeles A part of California
||The famous film industry of Hollywood
is established here. It is famous as Cinima City of the world.
||Venue of non-aligned nations summit in
September 1970. Capital of Zambia.
||Cotton manufacturing city. It is one
of the world's biggest cloth manufacturing center.
||City and Seaport of Southern France.
Famous for silk, wine, olive soap, margarine and candles.
|Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
||Sacred place of the Muslims because
Prophet Mohammed was born here.
||Longest city of Canada. Famous for
iron and steel works and motor car factories.
||It is noted for its iron and steel
industries. Atom was dropped here during World War II.
||An important port on the Tyne in
England, famous for coal industry.
|New Orleans (U.S.A.)
||It is the greatest cotton and wheat
exporting center in the world.
||Known as the Manchester of Japan. It
is sometimes called the Venice of Japan.
||In Italy, famous for Leaning Tower,
one of the seven wonders of the world.
||Headquarters of American Defence
||Capital of Cambodia.
|Plais Des Nations
||Venue in Geneva for holding
||Dalai Lama's palace at Lhasa (Tibet).
||Peninsula of Egypt between the Gulfs
of Suez and Aquba, at the head of Red Sea.
||Island in Indian Ocean, got freedom on
June 28, 1976.
||In Israel, the lowest point on earth.
||Official residence of the Pope of
||Famous for the treaty of Versailles
which ended World War I in 1918.
||Capital of Austria. The venue of
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) between Russia and U.S.A.
||Part of the Western Wall of the Temple
Court in Jerusalem. Part of the wall, probably dates from the time of
Solomon, is regarded by both Jews and Moslems as one of special
||In Manhattan, New York, famous for
American's stock exchange market.
||The official residence of the
President of U.S.A. in Washington D.C.
||Famous for the manufacture of cotton
and silk and for its lenses.