UK Town and City Trivia - Bath

Can you guess these facts about the UK city of Hereford?
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Last updated: March 22, 2024
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First submittedFebruary 20, 2024
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Roman name for what became the city of Bath
Aquae Sulis
Ceremonial county in which Bath is located
Terrace of 30 grand Georgian houses overlooking the Royal Victoria Park
Royal Crescent
River that flows through central Bath
Historic, shop-lined bridge spanning the above river
Pulteney Bridge
Church of England diocese in which Bath lies
Bath and Wells
Commonly used acronym of the Unitary Authority which includes Bath
Hard biscuit or cracker that was named for its Bath inventor
Bath Oliver
Astronomer who discovered Uranus from the garden of his house in Bath
William Herschel
Home ground of Bath's professional rugby union club
Recreation Ground
Closed railway line that once connected Bath and Bournemouth
Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway
Author of 'Northanger Abbey' and resident of Bath
Jane Austen
Elegant public rooms, once at the heart of fashionable Georgian society
Assembly Rooms
Order of monks that once occupied the monastery now known as Bath Abbey
Children's book written by Bath born author, Jacqueline Wilson
The Story of Tracy Beaker
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