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English Landmarks Quiz

England is famous for its landmarks but there is always more than meets the eye 10 Questions.

 
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1

The Cobb is a harbour wall and an important feature in the Jane Austin novel 'Persuasion' Where can you find it?

  • Portland
  • Chesil Beach
  • Weymouth
  • Lyme Regis

2

The Angel of the North sculpture can be located in which area in the north east of England?

  • County Durham
  • Northumberland
  • Tyne & Wear
  • Middlesborough

3

A top-secret development of British space rockets and missiles took place between 1955 1971 At which coastal location in the south of England did this happen?

  • Poole Harbour
  • Portsmouth
  • Isle of Wight
  • Hastings

4

What is the correct name for the ancient Somerset caves?

  • Rookey Hole
  • Wookey Hole
  • Nookey Hole
  • Kookey Hole

5

Where can you find the burial ground of the Anglo Saxon pagan kings of East Anglia?

  • Bury St Edmunds
  • Lakenheath
  • Sutton Hoo
  • Long Melford

6

The Jurassic Coast can be found in which part of England?

  • North East
  • North West
  • East
  • South

7

Which English landmark was first opened to the public in 1894?

  • Brighton Pier
  • Waterloo Station
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Blackpool Tower

8

London is famous for its parks and gardens but which would you find nearest to the London Eye?

  • The Green Park
  • St James Park
  • Jubilee Gardens
  • Victoria Embankment Gardens

9

Hampton Court Palace is in which English County?

  • Surrey
  • Middlesex
  • Berkshire
  • Hampshire

10

The worlds first iron bridge near Telford Shropshire was cast by local Ironmaster Abraham Darby III and erected in 1779 over which river?

  • River Wye
  • River Trent
  • River Severn
  • River Avon

 

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