England County Quiz - Greater London

Can you guess these facts about the English ceremonial county of Greater London?
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Quiz by Berney
Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedDecember 17, 2020
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Palace in which the two houses of the UK Parliament meet
Actor and filmmaker of the silent era, born in Walworth; known for playing 'The Tramp'
Charlie Chaplin
Iconic bascule and suspension bridge over London's river, completed in 1894
Tower Bridge
The UK's busiest airport, situated in the west of the county
World's leading museum of art, design and performance with a collection of over
2 million objects
Victoria & Albert
Luxury department store located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge
Richmond district in which the Royal Botanic Gardens is located
Line of longitude which passes through the Royal Observatory in Greenwich
Prime Meridian
Main thoroughfare running south from Trafalgar Square towards Parliament Square,
and the location of the Cenotaph
Electronic smartcard payment method for public transport in London
Oyster Card
The UK's second longest river which flows through the capital
Large peninsula on the above river, which includes the Canary Wharf district
Isle of Dogs
Major tourist attraction, displaying the waxworks of famous and historical figures
Madame Tussauds
Home of the England national football team, the FA Cup Final, Football League Cup Final and other major sporting events
Wembley Stadium
Hampton Court Palace was built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, in the 16th century but later given to this monarch
Henry VIII
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