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British Landmarks

Can you figure out which famous British landmark is being described?


 

Quiz ID:#15168
Fun:*** (2.41)
Difficulty:** (1.6)
Category:Geography
Created By:MazzaTravels*en***!!!

 

 

 



#1   This steel sculpture has a very large wingspan (larger than the Statue of Liberty's height), and overlooks the longest British road.






#2   This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world, and is believed to date back to 3100 B.C.

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#3   This freshwater landmark, located 37 km southwest of Inverness, is best known for its largely believed myth.






#4   This very tall skyscraper shadows over the very large city it is built on, and over the rest of the skyscrapers in the United Kingdom.





#5   This high landmark is the highest point in Britain, and attracts over 100,000 ascents every year.






#6   This large stadium hosts many events, mostly for England's international football and rugby team.





#7   This environmental landmark is located at the very south of the country, and is shaped like giant golf balls that house many different plant species.

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#8   This very well known landmark is located in the country's largest city, and can be heard from every corner of Westminster.

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#9   This UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the shores of the Irish Sea, is an area of 40,000 columns, supposedly built by Finn McCool to reach Scotland and fight his counterpart!






#10   This popular castle is built on an extinct volcano, and human habitation of the castle site has dated back to the ninth century B.C.





 

 


   



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