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England County Quiz - Lincolnshire

Can you guess these facts about the English ceremonial county of Lincolnshire?
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Last updated: January 27, 2022
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First submittedDecember 22, 2020
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County town
Lincoln
Estuary which borders the north of Lincolnshire
Humber
Spalding is famous as the focus of the bulb industry, and this flower in particular
Tulip
Coastal seaport town which was once home to the world's largest fishing fleet
Grimsby
Seaside resort town which is now almost a southern extension to the above place
Cleethorpes
The UK's first female Prime Minister who was born in Grantham
Margaret Thatcher
Range of low hills which run roughly parallel with the coast
Wolds
Lincoln Castle is home to a 1215 copy of this document designed to limit the king's power
Magna Carta
RAF Coningsby is home to this iconic collection of airworthy historical aircraft
Battle of Britain
Memorial Flight
Lincolnshire traditionally had three of these divisions; Lindsey, Holland and Kesteven
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Coastal plain of wetlands which encompasses much of southern Lincolnshire
The Fens
Market town which gave its name to a major city in Massachusetts
Boston
One of the most influential scientists of all time, born at Woolsthorp Manor near Grantham
Sir Isaac Newton
In 1936, Skegness became the first place to have one of these popular holiday camps
Butlins
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