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#1. A bridge called ‘The Bridge of Sighs’ can be found in which three cities? [V—–, O—-d and C——–]

#2. In which British city is the Clifton Suspension Bridge?

#3. In which English Country is Romney Marsh?

#4. Name one of the two British cities which have stations called Central and Queen Street. [G—— and ——f]

#5. Of which British city is St Mungo the patron saint?

#6. On which river is Balmoral Castle?

#7. The A2 and the A20 both run from London to which town?

#8. The upper reach of which British river is called the Isis?

#9. There is only one station name which is on both the Paris Metro and the London Underground. Any idea? [T—–]

#10. What is the largest lake in England? [Lake W——–]

#11. What is the name of the ancestral home of the Marques of Bath? [L——-]

#12. What is the name of the island situated at the end of the Hoo peninsula in Kent, the site of a major power station? [Isle of G—-]

#13. What river is also known as the Isis for part of its length?

#14. What was the country Belize called until 1973? [British H——-]

#15. What was the original name for London Gateway services on the M1? [S———-]

#16. what was the UK’s first National Park? [The P— D——-]

#17. Where in London would you find a statue of Peter Pan? [———- G——]

#18. Where might you see the Ceremony of the Keys, The Beating of the Bounds and The Ceremony of the Lilies and Roses? [—– — ——]

#19. Where was the Marble Arch before it was moved to Oxford Street? [Outside ———- ——]

#20. Where would you find the towns of Douglas and Castletown? [— —- — —]

#21. Which British town did the Romans call Aquae Sulis? [—-]

#22. Which is the only place name in England with an exclamation mark in it? [Westward –!]

#23. Which public building in the Strand, London, held the General Register Office for births Deaths and Marriages from 1836 to 1970? [S——- House]

#24. Which range of hills is the source of the River Thames? [The ———]

#25. Which river enters the Irish sea via Liverpool and Birkenhead? [The ——]

#26. Which river exits Loch Ness at its Northern end? [The R—- —-]

#27. Which river flows through Chester?

#28. Which Scottish city is nicknamed The Granite City?

#29. Which street in London takes its name from a croquet-like game once played by Charles I? [—- —-]

#30. Which U.K. city is served by John Lennon airport?

#31. Whose statue stands in the middle of Piccadilly Circus in London? [—-]

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