What type of building is famous in Milan, Venice, Florence, Seville, Paris, Chartres, Amiens, Rheims, Cologne, Mainz and Trèves?
Which building on the Île de la Cité in Paris took 300 years to build from 1163, and was one of the first to have flying buttresses?
The hammerbeam roof, a mediaeval type of stepped wooden architecture designed for spanning wide spaces, is a feature of which ancient English building?
What medieval coin, first minted around 1140 by Roger II of Sicily, was adopted by Florence in 1252 and Venice in 1283, and was in use in Austria-Hungary until 1914?
What building, erected at Sydenham near London in 1834 in 200 acres of grounds and given to the public in 1920, was gutted by fire in 1936?