England County Quiz - City of London

Can you guess these facts about the English ceremonial county of City of London?
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Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedDecember 17, 2020
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Cathedral of the Bishop of London, situated on Ludgate Hill
St. Paul's
Architect of the above cathedral
Sir Christopher Wren
Official residence of the Lord Mayor of London
Mansion House
Bank tube station is served by the Docklands Light Railway, Northern, Waterloo & City and this other underground line
Central Line
Performing arts complex in the City of London, the largest of its kind in Europe
Barbican Centre
London Central Markets is the largest wholesale meat market in the UK and is usually known by this other name
Insurance and reinsurance marketplace in the city, within which multiple syndicates come together to underwrite risk
Lloyds of London
Steel suspension footbridge across the River Thames, connecting the city with Bankside
Millennium Bridge
Informal name given to the skyscraper at 30 St. Mary Axe
Mainline railway terminus in the southeastern corner of the City of London which
also features on the British version of Monopoly
Fenchurch Street
Name by which the Central Criminal Court is usually known
The Old Bailey
Notorious prison within the city boundary, built in the 12th century and not demolished until 1904
Nickname often used to refer to the UK's trading and financial services industries
which are based predominantly in the City of London
Square Mile
Major road through the city, in which most British national newspapers used to be printed
Fleet Street
Name by which the Bank of England is sometimes known
The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
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