Buzz·Posted on Sep 6, 2013Quiz: Test Your British Geography KnowledgeNo pressure, but if you score under 10 you will be deported.by Robin EddsBuzzFeed Staff, UK FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Which of the following is one of the Channel Islands? Answer Image Anglesey Correct Incorrect Anglesey Answer Image Alderney Correct Incorrect Alderney Answer Image Albany Correct Incorrect Albany Correct! Wrong! Alderney. 2. Which is the largest English county by area? Answer Image North Yorkshire Correct Incorrect North Yorkshire Answer Image Lancashire Correct Incorrect Lancashire Answer Image Lincolnshire Correct Incorrect Lincolnshire Correct! Wrong! North Yorkshire. With a total area of 8,608 square kilometers, North Yorkshire is comfortably the largest county in England. Lincolnshire and Lancashire are 6,959 and 3,075 square kilometers respectively. 3. In which county would you find The White Cliffs of Dover? Devon Correct Incorrect Devon Hampshire Correct Incorrect Hampshire Norfolk Correct Incorrect Norfolk Dorset Correct Incorrect Dorset Kent Correct Incorrect Kent Correct! Wrong! Kent. 4. Which of the following cities is the furthest north? Answer Image Leeds Correct Incorrect Leeds Answer Image Liverpool Correct Incorrect Liverpool Answer Image Manchester Correct Incorrect Manchester Correct! Wrong! Leeds. 5. Which of the following is the flag of Cornwall? Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! The first two are Devon and Dorset. 6. What is the name of the stretch of water between England and Ireland? The North Sea Correct Incorrect The North Sea The English Channel Correct Incorrect The English Channel The Irish Sea Correct Incorrect The Irish Sea Correct! Wrong! The Irish Sea. 7. What is the tallest mountain in the UK? Answer Image Ben Nevis Correct Incorrect Ben Nevis Answer Image Snowdon Correct Incorrect Snowdon Answer Image Scafell Pike Correct Incorrect Scafell Pike Correct! Wrong! Ben Nevis. With a summit reaching 1,344 meters above sea level, Ben Nevis is the highest point in the UK. Snowdon and Scafell Pike are the highest points of Wales and England respectively. 8. What is the name of Britain's longest river? Trent Correct Incorrect Trent Thames Correct Incorrect Thames Tyne Correct Incorrect Tyne Severn Correct Incorrect Severn Avon Correct Incorrect Avon Correct! Wrong! Severn. 9. Which English county does NOT share a border with Wales? Answer Image Herefordshire Correct Incorrect Herefordshire Answer Image Worcestershire Correct Incorrect Worcestershire Answer Image Gloucestershire Correct Incorrect Gloucestershire Correct! Wrong! Worcestershire. 10. After London, what is the most populous capital city in the UK? Cardiff Correct Incorrect Cardiff Edinburgh Correct Incorrect Edinburgh Belfast Correct Incorrect Belfast Correct! Wrong! Edinburgh. 11. Name this island. Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Answer Image Correct Incorrect Correct! Wrong! Isle of Wight. 12. Name this country. England Correct Incorrect England Northern Ireland Correct Incorrect Northern Ireland Scotland Correct Incorrect Scotland Wales Correct Incorrect Wales Correct! Wrong! It's Giant's Causeway. 13. What is the name of the southernmost point of mainland Great Britain? Answer Image Dragon Point Correct Incorrect Dragon Point Answer Image Lizard Point Correct Incorrect Lizard Point Answer Image Dinosaur Point Correct Incorrect Dinosaur Point Correct! Wrong! Lizard Point. 14. What is the name of the biggest lake in the UK in terms of area? Answer Image Loch Ness Correct Incorrect Loch Ness Answer Image Lough Neagh Correct Incorrect Lough Neagh Answer Image Lake Windermere Correct Incorrect Lake Windermere Correct! Wrong! Lough Neagh At 383 square kilometers Lough Neagh is nearly seven times larger than Loch Ness. 15. Which county does NOT share a border with Scotland? Answer Image Durham Correct Incorrect Durham Answer Image Cumbria Correct Incorrect Cumbria Answer Image Northumberland Correct Incorrect Northumberland Correct! Wrong! Durham. 16. Which capital city is the furthest west? Answer Image London Correct Incorrect London Answer Image Edinburgh Correct Incorrect Edinburgh Answer Image Cardiff Correct Incorrect Cardiff Correct! Wrong! Edinburgh. To be fair, this one is a bit of a stinker. At first glance it looks certain that Cardiff is further west, but when you look at a map with lines of longitude you can see that in fact Edinburgh is further west. Edinburgh is 3° 11′ 20″ West, while Cardiff is 3° 11′ 0″ West. Every day's a school day.