Welcome back to our page and yet another puzzle that will test your general knowledge and your attention to detail.
If you’ve always wanted to visit the UK, you’ll be thrilled to know that the puzzles we’ve gathered for today all feature great monuments from across the pond.
Whether you’re here for the fun or to train your brain, we can guarantee that the following puzzles will push your logical thinking to the edge.
Take a close look at the picture above and see if you can spot the mistake in less than one minute!
To help you out, we can tell you that the picture shows the Palace of Westminster and the Victoria Tower. But is this really how they’re supposed to look?
As we promised, spotting the error won’t be easy this time. You better check some real photos of the palace and the tower if you hope to solve the mystery in time!
If you’re still not sure where the error lies, we are here to help you out. Take a look at the top of the Victoria Tower. There, you can see two clocks. The real tower, however, doesn’t have clocks at the top!
If you enjoyed this challenge but found it too hard to solve, you’ll be happy to know we have another great monument waiting for your attention in the picture below.
Take a close look at the picture puzzle and see if you can find the error under one minute this time.
What you’re looking at this time is Windsor Castle. But where’s the mistake?
To spot the error, take a close look at the Windsor Castle tower. Keep in mind that the tower is also called the Round Tower. This should help you crack the puzzle.
As you’ve probably already guessed, the Round Tower of Windsor Castle is round, while the tower in the picture above appears to be hexagonal.
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