British City Quizzes and Answers
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- Which British city has more trees per person than any other city in Europe?
- Name the northernmost city in the United Kingdom?
- Victorian poet Matthew Arnold called which city the 'the city of dreaming spires'?
- Name the only official city in the Republic of Ireland province of Connacht?
- Which city is the largest city in England by land area?
- Which city, roughly 16 miles north of Birmingham, is notable for its three-spired medieval cathedral?
- Which city, with historical links to lace making, was in 2015 named as England's official 'Home of Sport'?
- Which city, located at the western end of the South Downs National Park on the River Itchen, developed from the Roman town of Venta Belgarum?
- The Census Act 1800 resulted in Great Britain's first modern Census a year later, which city had the greatest population after the big four of London, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham?
- Which city was the most severely damaged British city (or town) during World War Two, with 95 percent of its houses damaged?
- The M5 motorway starts at Junction 8 of the M6 at West Bromwich and ends in which city?
- Where would you find a collection of narrow lanes called The Lanes, which are famous for their small shops?
- Name Scotland's fourth-largest city?
- During the 19th-century which city was nicknamed 'Copperopolis'?
- There are two cities in Somerset, can you name both?
- Can you name the smallest city in Wales (less than 2,000 people live there)?
- Which English city was granted city status in 2012, to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II?
- From the Middle Ages until the Industrial Revolution, which city was the largest city in England after London?
- The Albert Dock is a complex of dock buildings and warehouses in which city?
- According to a legend, in which city did Lady Godiva ride through naked?
- Galway (it will be the European Capital of Culture in 2020)
- Carlisle (although the majority of its territory is not urbanised, but rural)
- Exeter (in Devon)
- Swansea (the 19th-century centre of the copper industry)
- Bath and Wells
- St Davids
- Coventry (to gain a remission of the oppressive taxation that her husband imposed on his tenants)
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