British Cities Trivia Quiz IIIPrintable British Geography Trivia Questions
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The "University of Warwick" is located in which British city?
Coventry - The University of Warwick was founded in 1965.
Which city has a name which loosely translates to "Three Rivers"?
Truro - Truro is located in Cornwall, England.
Which of the following cities lies furthest north?
Birmingham - Birmingham is the largest and most populous British city other than London.
"Wyvern Way Retail Park" lies in which UK city?
Derby - Derby is located in Derbyshire, England.
"With Gods Help, Our Labour is Successful" is the motto of which British city?
c. St Albans
Sheffield - Sheffield is located in South Yorkshire, England.
Which of the following cities has had city status the longest?
Salisbury - Salisbury received its status in 1227.
Which city is located on the north bank of the "River Ribble"?
Preston - Preston was granted city status in 2002.
"Roswell Pits" is located in which British City?
Ely - Roswell Pits is a nature reserve.
Geographically, in terms of area, which of these cities is the largest?
Newcastle - Newcastle is located in North East England.
"Chapelfield Gardens" can be found in which British city?
Norwich - Opening in 1880, Chapelfield Gardens is a park.
In which city does the music and arts festival "Strawberry Fair" take place?
Cambridge - Strawberry Fair has been held in Cambridge, England, since 1974.
Samuel Johnson once remarked that which city was the "City of Philosophers"?
Lichfield - Lichfield is located in Staffordshire, England
Which city has the highest population?
Preston - The City of Preston is located in Lancashire, England.
Which city is situated on the "River Clyde"?
Glasgow - Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland.
Which of these cities is located the furthest south?
Norwich - Norwich was designated England's first UNESCO City of Literature in 2012.
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