TH2304 Major Attractions and Festivals Quiz

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Where can you find the famous monumental statues called Moai carved by the Rapa Nui people?

Easter Island

Where is the Portland Jerk Festival, the largest food and jerk festival, held?

Port Antonio

What defines the cuisine at the Portland Jerk Festival?

Marinating in allspice and habanero

Which Chilean attraction is known for its crystal lakes, snowcapped mountains, and icy glaciers?

Torres del Paine National Park

Where is the largest national park in Argentina located?

Santa Cruz

What event in Chile commemorates the country's Independence Day from Spain?

Fiestas Patrias festival

Which place in Argentina is internationally renowned for its opera and acoustics?

Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires

Which of the following Chilean attractions features monolithic figures made from volcanic rocks with disproportionately large heads?

Easter Island

Which Chilean attraction is named a biosphere reserve by UNESCO?

Torres del Paine National Park

What unique feature is Talampaya National Park in La Rioja known for?


Which Florida city is famous for being a crossroads of the Americas?

Panama City

What type of attractions may a tourist find in a destination country?

Both man-made and natural attractions

Which festival is held in Santiago de Cuba and is known for its colorful celebrations?

Festival of Fire

Where can tourists witness the annual Habano Festival celebrating the world’s best tobacco?

Havana, Cuba

Which former French and British colony has a rich heritage stretching from the North Coast Indians of British Columbia to the French explorers of Quebec?


What is a notable historical site in Panama City known for its well-preserved colonial architecture?

Casco Viejo

What country is known as the 'Crossroads of the Americas'?


Study Notes

World's Destinations and Heritages

  • The world has numerous attractions scattered across continents, which attract tourists to visit specific destinations.
  • These attractions can be man-made (malls, buildings) or natural (beaches, mountains, forests, rivers).
  • Cultural heritage can be classified into tangible (monuments, physical artifacts) and intangible (traditions, performing arts, rituals, knowledge, skills).

North America - Canada

  • Canada is the second largest country in the world, with vibrant and culturally rich cities.
  • The country offers diverse attractions, from island sights to scenic mountain waterfalls.
  • Canada's cultural heritage is influenced by the North Coast Indians of British Columbia and French explorers of Quebec.


  • Easter Island is a remote island and special territory of Chile, famous for its monumental statues called Moai, carved by the Rapa Nui people centuries ago.
  • The Moai statues are made of volcanic rocks, characterized by disproportionately large heads, broad noses, and strong lines.
  • Marble Caves, Patagonia, is an intricate cave system carved from solid marble over a thousand years of glacial water erosion.
  • Torres del Paine National Park is the most visited attraction in Chile, known for its crystal lakes, snowcapped mountains, and icy glaciers.
  • Fiestas Patrias is the country's national holiday, celebrated on September 18 and 19, commemorating Chile's independence from Spain.
  • Portland Jerk Festival, Port Antonio, is the largest food and jerk festival, usually taking place on the first Sunday in July.

South America - Argentina

  • Argentina's diverse geography includes bright deserts, tropical jungles, long ocean beaches, and mounting rivers.
  • The country's cultural, artistic, and architectural heritage is influenced by various cultures from around the world.
  • Los Glaciares National Park, Santa Cruz, is the largest national park in Argentina, featuring marvelous glaciers, glacial lakes, and mountains.
  • Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, is one of the best opera buildings in the world, renowned for its acoustics and heritage value.
  • Talampaya National Park, La Rioja, is a large desert preserve, notable for its various petroglyphs and wildlife sightings, including condors, guanacos, maras, and foxes.

Test your knowledge on major attractions and festivals around the world as discussed in the TH2304 course 'World's Destinations and Heritages'. Explore both man-made and natural attractions, along with cultural heritages from various countries.

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