How much do you know about the United Kingdom? Take our great British geography quiz
The Angel of the North is a Michelin-starred restaurant, Stonehenge is in Hampshire and Landâs End is a kingdom in TV hit Game of Thrones ... or at least thatâs what some people believe.
One in five does not know the Severn Bridge connects England and Wales, and 10% think Pudding Lane is where the Beatles recorded their first album rather than where the Great Fire of London started in 1666, a survey reveals.
Of those quizzed, 28% did not know the Eccles cake originated in Manchester, with 13% thinking it came from Beccles in Suffolk.
Some people even suggested the Queen sometimes resides in Downton Abbey, according to the research from Marriott Hotels.
Itâs easy to mock, so weâve put together a great geography quiz of Britain to find out how much you know about our country.
1 Which is longer, Yorkshireâs Humber Bridge o r San Franciscoâs Golden Gate Bridge?
2 Name the only four-letter English county.
3 In which city is the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
4 Which of these stadiums is in Wales?
a) Elland Road
b) Principality Stadium
c) Old Trafford
d) Goodison Park
5 Which city does Hendersonâs Relish come from where itâs known by locals as âreliâ?
6 Which is further south Edinburgh or Glasgow?
7 Which port is famous for its white cliffs?
8 Sitcom Gavin and Stacey was filmed and set in Billericay and which Welsh town?
9 At which port did Dracula first land?
10 Which of these royal pa laces has its own police station?
a) Windsor Castle
b) Buckingham Palace
c) Sandringham Estate
d) Kensington Palace
11 A traditional type of pork pie gets its name from this Leicestershire town, but what is the town called?
12 What is the largest natural lake in England?
13 Where would you find the Giantâs Causeway?
b) Northern Ireland
14 Singer Craig David was born in which south coast city?
15 The cult film Kes is set in which northern town?
16 Which of these is the smallest city in Britain?
a) St Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales
b) Wells, in Somerset
c) Truro, in Cornwall
d) Ely, in Cambridgeshire
17 Which Midlands city is famous for its Lace Market?
18 Which county is London Stansted Airport in?
19 The stottie cake originates from which area of England?
a) North East
b) North West
c) South East
d) South West
20 What is the highest mountain in England?
21 Where can you climb Arthurâs Seat?
22 In which university city can you go punting on the River Cherwell?
23 Where is Steel City?
24 Which of these is not a seaside town?
b) Bognor Regis
25 Name the biggest island in the British Isles, after Great Britain and Ireland, in terms of area?
26 What is a Sally Lunn and where is it from?
27 What is the most westerly point in England?
28 Which of the following is not one of the Channel Islands?
29 Which county hosts Glastonbury music festival?
30 Name the most northerly town in England.
31 Which motorway runs between South Wales and London?
32 Which one of these is a Scottish river?
33 Which village in Somerset shares its name with a type of cheese that first originated there?
34 Where would you find the Eden Project?
35 What city was once known as Londinium, Lundenwic and Ludenberg?
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1. Humber Bridge
4. b) Principality Stadium
10. b) Buckingham Palace
11. Melton Mowbray
12. Lake Windermere
13. b) Northern Ireland
16. a) St Davids in Pembrokeshire, Wales
17. d) Nottingham
19. a) North East
20. Scafell Pike
24. d) Taunton
25. Lewis and Harris
26. A Bath bun
27. Landâs end
28. b) Tresco
29. c) Somerset
31. The M4
32. b) Tay
35. LondonSource: Google News United Kingdom | Netizen 24 United Kingdom