The Great British Quiz
To celebrate the publication of Great Britain in Colour (a beautifully illustrated journey through the British Isles), we decided to put your knowledge of some lesser known facts about Ol' Blighty to the test!
Which city has gained the nickname 'The Granite City'?
An annual Watercress Festival is held in which market town?
Hadrian's Wall marks the border between Scotland and England
Where is the oldest fish & chip shop in the world?
Yeadon, West Yorkshire
Neath, Port Talbot
Who was the first British monarch to have a fully-fitted flushing toilet?
St Benet's Abbey, in the Norfolk Broads is famous for being the only monastery that:
Survived closure by King Henry VIII
Still includes an active brewery
Is built by all original medieval stonework
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is often believed to be based on which British bridge?
The Clifton Suspension Bridge
The Humber bridge
The Tyne Bridge
The first purpose-built mosque in the UK and Northern Europe is in which town
Which mythical creature lives atop the Royal Liver Building in Liverpool?
Which county is home to The Pudding Club, which seeks to preserve the great British pudding?
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