British Cities Trivia QuizPrintable British Geography Trivia Questions
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"Always Faithful" is the motto of which British city?
Exeter - Exeter is a historic city in Devon, England.
"Badger Fame" and "Exton" are settlements in which British city?
b. City of Westminster
Winchester - Winchester developed from the Roman town of Venta Belgarum.
"Crowland Abbey" is a famous site in which British city?
Peterborough - Crowland Abbey is a Church.
Geographically, in terms of area, which of these cities is larger?
London - The capital city of England and the United Kingdom, London has a population of over 13 million inhabitants.
"Granite City" is the nickname of which British city?
Aberdeen - Other nicknames for the city are the Grey City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands.
Which of these British cities is furthest South?
Bournemouth - Located on the south coast of England, Bournemouth is a coastal resort town.
Letocetum was the Roman name for which British city?
Lichfield - Lichfield is located approximately 16 miles north of Birmingham.
Of the following British cities, which is the most populated?
Sheffield - The metropolitan population of Sheffield is approximately 1,569,000.
"Old Catton" and "Taverham" are parts of which British city?
Norwich - Norwich is located on the River Wensum.
Roger Bannister ran the first 4-minute mile in which English city?
Oxford - Roger did his run on May 6th, 1954 with a time of 3 min 59.4 sec.
SP is the postcode for which British city?
b. St Albans
Salisbury - Stonehenge is about 8 miles northwest of Salisbury.
The Beatles hailed from which British city?
Liverpool - Liverpool became a city in 1880.
The "Grosvenor Museum" is located in which British city?
Chester - Grosvenor Museum was founded in 1885.
The "River Chelmer" is found closest to which British city?
Chelmsford - River Chelmer flows entirely through the county of Essex, England.
Which of these British cities has the most international visitors?
London - London hosts four World Heritage Sites including the Tower of London.
The largest city in Wales, what is the approximate population of "Cardiff"?
346,000 - Cardiff is the tenth largest city in the United Kingdom.
Which cities' coat of arms features a blue background with 3 crowns?
Hull - Hull is a city in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Which city is often known as the "Land of the Prince Bishops"?
Durham - Durham is known for the Norman cathedral and a 11th century castle.
Which of the following British cities lies furthest north?
Aberdeen - Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city.
Which of the following British cities was granted City Status BEFORE the others?
Carlisle - Carlisle is located ten miles south of the Scottish border.
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