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Multiple Choice UK Geography - 3

Can you identify the correct answer to each of these questions relating to the geography of the United Kingdom?
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1. Which places make up what is sometimes referred to as the 'English Riviera'?
Bournemouth, Poole and Swanage
Torquay, Paignton and Brixham
Morecambe, Blackpool and Southport
Brighton, Hove and Shoreham
2. In which city can you visit the Jorvik Viking Centre?
Kingston upon Hull
Leeds
Lichfield
York
3. Which city is known for its history of 'Jute, Jam and Journalism'?
Stirling
Glasgow
Dundee
Aberdeen
4. Which bridge over the River Thames is the furthest downstream?
London Bridge
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, Dartford
Blackfriars Bridge
Tower Bridge
5. What is the county town of Hampshire?
Winchester
Portsmouth
Basingstoke
Southampton
6. Which Roman Road connected London with York?
Fosse Way
Ermine Street
The Stanegate
Watling Street
7. In which city can you see the 'Mathematical Bridge'?
Oxford
Durham
St. Andrews
Cambridge
8. In which county is Portland Bill?
Somerset
Devon
Hampshire
Dorset
9. The UK has many AONB's but what is an AONB?
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Ancient or Original Notable Building
Antiquity Of National Benefit
Area Of National Battleground
10. What stretch of water separates Anglesey from the Welsh mainland?
The Wash
Bristol Channel
Menai Strait
Dornoch Firth
11. What is the largest town on the Hebridean island of Lewis and Harris?
Portree
Stornoway
Rothesay
Tobermory
12. Cornwall is most associated with the mining of which metal ore?
Aluminium
Iron
Tin
Gold
13. What original ancient document is on display in Lincoln Castle?
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
Mappa Mundi
Domesday Book
Magna Carta
14. Which of these towns is on the west coast of Wales?
Aberystwyth
Barry
Wrexham
Llandrindod Wells
15. What is the Cerne Abbas Giant?
A high, craggy mountain in Snowdonia
A huge redwood tree in southwest Scotland
A large chalk outline of a man, carved into a Dorset hillside
A towering sea stack off the coast of Hoy in the Orkney Islands
16. What city is at the heart of the area known as 'The Potteries'?
Coventry
Manchester
Stoke-on-Trent
Wolverhampton
17. What is the name of Gloucestershire's ancient woodland?
Forest of Dean
New Forest
Sherwood Forest
Kielder Forest
18. Which of these towns is closest to the border between England and Scotland?
Galashiels
Dumfries
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Kendal
19. The Giant's Causeway comprises many natural columns of which mineral?
Quartz
Sandstone
Granite
Basalt
20. What is the name of Gateshead's large, iconic, steel sculpture?
Angel of the North
Guardian of the East
Spirit of the Sea
Soul of the Tyne
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