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London QuizHow much do you know about London?

London Quiz

How much do you know about London?


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1. Who gave London its first name? the Egyptiansthe Greeksthe Romans

1. Who gave London its first name?

the Egyptians

the Greeks

the Romans


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c) the Romans

c) the Romans


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2. Which river runs through London?

the Thames

the Severn

the Seine


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a) the Thames

a) the Thames


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3.Who founded the Tower of London? Charles IWilliam IHenry VIII

3.Who founded the Tower of London?

Charles I
William I
Henry VIII



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b) William I


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4. Who said “When a man is tired of London he

4. Who said “When a man is tired of London he is tired of life”?

Charles Dickens

William Shakespeare

Samuel Jonson


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c) Samuel Jonson

c) Samuel Jonson


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5. Which is the oldest part of London? WestminsterThe CityThe West End

5. Which is the oldest part of London?

Westminster

The City

The West End


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b) The City

b) The City


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6. How much of London did the Great Fire of London destroy

6. How much of London did the Great Fire of London destroy in 1666?

a quarter of London

) three quarters of London

the whole city


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b) three quarters of London

b) three quarters of London


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7. Who designed St. Paul’s Cathedral? Christopher WrenBenjamin HallFrancis Drake

7. Who designed St. Paul’s Cathedral?

Christopher Wren
Benjamin Hall

Francis Drake



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a) Christopher Wren

a) Christopher Wren


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8. Where are the British kings and queens crowned? St. Paul’s CathedralWestminster Abbeythe House of Lords

8. Where are the British kings and queens crowned?

St. Paul’s Cathedral

Westminster Abbey

the House of Lords




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b) Westminster Abbey

b) Westminster Abbey


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9. Which birds, according to the legend, protect the Tower of London? pigeonsravensswans

9. Which birds, according to the legend, protect the Tower of London?

pigeons

ravens

swans


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b) ravens

b) ravens


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10. Which is the most famous shopping street in London?Oxford streetDowning streetBaker street

10. Which is the most famous shopping street in London?

Oxford street

Downing street

Baker street


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a) Oxford street

a) Oxford street


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11. What is a “double-decker”? a busa lorrya ship

11. What is a “double-decker”?

a bus

a lorry

a ship


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a) a bus

a) a bus


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12. Where can you make a speech in Hyde Park? Poet’s CornerSpeaker’s CornerRevolutionary Corner

12. Where can you make a speech in Hyde Park?

Poet’s Corner

Speaker’s Corner

Revolutionary Corner


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b) Speaker’s Corner

b) Speaker’s Corner


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13. What is “The Globe” in London? the largest department store in

13. What is “The Globe” in London?

the largest department store in Europe

Cockney rhyming slang for “hope”

a Shakespearean theatre


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c) a Shakespearean theatre

c) a Shakespearean theatre


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14. Which is the only London bridge that can be raised? Tower BridgeLondon BridgeWaterloo Bridge

14. Which is the only London bridge that can be raised?

Tower Bridge

London Bridge

Waterloo Bridge


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a) Tower Bridge

a) Tower Bridge


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15. Why will 2012 be a special year for London? It’s the

15. Why will 2012 be a special year for London?

It’s the city’s 2000th anniversary

The city will be hosting the Olympic Games

There will be an eclipse of the sun


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b) The city will be hosting the Olympic Games

b) The city will be hosting the Olympic Games


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16. Where are the Crown Jewels kept? Buckingham PalaceThe Tower of LondonThe Bank of England

16. Where are the Crown Jewels kept?

Buckingham Palace

The Tower of London

The Bank of England


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b) The Tower of London

b) The Tower of London


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17. If you visited Number One, London, where would you be?

17. If you visited Number One, London, where would you be?

Buckingham Palace

The Tower of London

The Bank of England


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c) The Bank of England

c) The Bank of England


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18. Which museum is situated at 221B Baker Street? Tate ModernMadam Tussaud’sSherlock Homes Museum

18. Which museum is situated at 221B Baker Street?

Tate Modern

Madam Tussaud’s

Sherlock Homes Museum


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c) Sherlock Homes Museum

c) Sherlock Homes Museum


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19. What colour is traditional London taxi? yellowblackgreen

19. What colour is traditional London taxi?

yellow

black

green


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b) Black taxi

b) Black taxi


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20. What’s the popular name of the underground system in London? the Tunnelthe Channelthe Tube

20. What’s the popular name of the underground system in London?

the Tunnel

the Channel

the Tube


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c) the Tube

c) the Tube


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21. What is the London Eye? a telescopean observation wheela newspaper

21. What is the London Eye?

a telescope

an observation wheel

a newspaper


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b) an observation wheel

b) an observation wheel


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22. How much will it cost you to visit the British Museum,

22. How much will it cost you to visit the British Museum, the National Gallery, the Tate Modern Gallery?

10 pounds

30 pounds

Nothing. They are free.


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c) Nothing. They are free.

c) Nothing. They are free.


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23. Which former London resident has been voted “the greatest Briton of

23. Which former London resident has been voted “the greatest Briton of all times”

Sir Winston Churchill

Charles Darwin

John Lennon


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a) Sir Winston Churchill

a) Sir Winston Churchill


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24. Which bridge over the Themes was pulled down in 1970 and

24. Which bridge over the Themes was pulled down in 1970 and transported, piece by piece, to Arizona in the US?

London Bridge

Tower Bridge

Westminster Bridge


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a) London Bridge

a) London Bridge


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Thank you!

Thank you!