It is believed that which building stands on the site of temples built successively by Micah, Zerubbabel and Herod in Jerusalem?
What is the seven-branched candlestick, based on the candelabrum that was used in the Temple in Jerusalem in ancient times, that is the national symbol of the State of Israel?
The initial parts of which London building were built as a fortress by the Normans, had additions to become a palace and then was used primarily as a prison?
What architectural term was applied by the Romans to any public building built in a rectangle twice as long as it was broad with an internal 2 storied colonnade?
Which award winning building was built directly underneath Waterloo Bridge, London, in the 1980s and has stalactites (from water leaking through the Bridge) growing in it?
What building, built between 1754 and 1790 as a church to St Genevieve, was set aside as a mausoleum for famous Frenchmen in 1792?