Landmarks of The UK

Enter the name of the landmark when given a clue
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Last updated: March 23, 2017
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Huge, Prehistoric circle of stones
London's clock tower (not Elizabeth Tower)
Big Ben
Medieval London castle built by William the conqueror
Tower of London
Square in London named after a famous naval battle
Trafalgar Square
Tall column located in the previous answer
Nelson's column
Gallery that is located in the square
National gallery
London residence of the royal family
Buckingham Palace
Castle that is also the royal residence
Windsor Castle
Most famous Museum in London
British Museum
Seat of the UK government
Houses of Parliament
What the city of Bath is named for
Roman Baths
Lake that is home to 'Nessie'
Loch Ness
The tallest peak in Britain
Ben Nevis
Northern wall built by Roman Emperor
Hadrian's wall
Castle located in the capital of Scotland
Edinburgh Castle
Where William Wordsworth spent most of his life
Lake District
Mountain in Wales
Oldest university in England
Where the royals (among others) are laid to rest
Westminster Abbey
Huge Ferris Wheel along the Thames
London Eye
The Prime Minister's residence
10 Downing Street
Major courthouse
Old Bailey
Collection of large greenhouses in Cornwall
Eden Project
Large London church
St Paul's Cathedral
Famous suspension and bascule brdige in London
Tower Bridge
Church where Thomas Beckett was murdered.
Canterbury Cathedral
Collection of mostly hexagonal columns in Northern Ireland
Giant's Causeway
Large toy store in Regent street
Famous department store
Where Shakespeare's plays were performed
Globe theatre
Level 95
Mar 22, 2017
You need to correct the number for the answer about the prime ministers residence to 10. Also suggest you allow Snowdon (on its own without "Mount"). Not sure about the Bath answer - arguably it is most famous for its architecture, particularly the Royal Crescent, and for its associations with Jane Austen.
Level 46
Mar 23, 2017
Thanks, should be fixed now.