How well do you know your gay landmarks? Take the quiz! by CraigCrowther · Published July 13, 2017 · Updated September 27, 2017 In which city is this famous gay street? New York San Francisco London Berlin Continue >> This is the Homomonument in Berlin - a tribute to the LGBT community who were persecuted by the Nazi regime. But, what do you see when you look inside? A rainbow flag Two men kissing A list of names of people murdered Photos of gay men at Auschwitz Continue >> The Sitges Monument Against Homophobia was erected by the city in protest to homophobic attitudes in which decade? 1940s 1960s 1980s 2000s Continue >> Which famous gay man lived and died in this Miami mansion? Władziu Valentino Liberace Freddie Mercury Gianni Versace Rudolf Nureyev Continue >> This is the entrance to one of London's smallest cocktails bars called Cellar Door. But why is it famous? Oscar Wilde was arrested here for sodomy It served as the HQ for the first Pride movement in the UK It was the birthplace of burlesque in Britain It was once the meeting place of closeted gay men Continue >> This is the Homomonument in the Dutch capital Amsterdam. But what sets it apart. Is it... The most expensive The first The most visited The smallest Continue >> This newly opened memorial in New York highlights which stuggle? Equal rights Homophobia Transphobia AIDS Continue >> This statue to commemorate the life of computer scientist Alan Turing is situated in which UK city? Leeds Manchester London Edinburgh Continue >> This indiscriminate office in San Francisco was once the workplace of politician and activist Harvey Milk before he was brutally murdered in 1978. But, what was the office formerly? Bar Laundrette Camera shop Cafe Continue >> This monumnet to sexual diversity, the first of its kind in South America, is loacted in which country? Brazil Argentina Bolivia Uruguay Continue >> How well do you know your gay landmarks? Congrats! Share your Results : Facebook Twitter Google+ VK PLAY AGAIN !