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World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom

Name the UNESCO Heritage Site

  1. Mountainous region and national park which includes Scafell Pike.
  2. British city which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
  3. Country house in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough.
  4. Southern England coastline stretching from Exmouth to Studland Bay in Dorset.

  5. Victorian model village built between 1851 and 1871 to give workers a better life away from the Bradford slums.
  6. Turf fortification built by the Romans across what is now the Central Belt of Scotland.
  7. Large, well preserved, ruined Cistercian monastery located 3 miles south-west of Ripon in North Yorkshire.
  8. Some say the mythical giant Fionn MacCumhail built this to fight a Scottish rival giant.
  9. London borough with UNESCO World Heritage Site status as home of the Prime Meridian.
  10. 25 miles southeast of Glasgow, described as an exceptional example of a purpose-built 18th century mill village.
  11. Built between 1795 and 1808 by Thomas Telford to carry the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee.
  12. A magnificent cantilever bridge connecting Fife and Edinburgh since 1890.
  13. An isolated archipelago situated 40 miles west-northwest of North Uist. A UNESCO World Heritage Site for its natural features.
  14. Cathedral designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 which contains the Venerable Bede's remains.


  1. The Lake District
  2. Bath
  3. Blenheim Palace
  4. The Jurassic Coast
  5. Saltaire
  6. Antonine Wall
  7. Fountains Abbey
  8. The Giant’s Causeway (in Northern Ireland)
  9. The Royal Borough of Greenwich
  10. New Lanark
  11. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
  12. The Forth Bridge
  13. St Kilda
  14. Durham Cathedral