The Ulster StepsGiant's CausewayThe CovesCarrick-A-Rede
The MonumentThe CenotaphThe Monument to Women in WarThe War Memorial
The statue is of the Duke of Wellington.
Norman FosterSir Anthony GormleyAnish KapoorDamien Hirst
Sir Anthony Gormley
LondonBathBrightonTrick question, it’s not in Britain
This is the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.
Corfe CastleDover CastleAlnwick CastleCarlisle Castle
Corfe Castle, in Dorset
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From left to right: Clifton Suspension Bridge (Bristol), Tyne Bridge (Newcastle), Iron Bridge (Shropshire), and Forth Bridge (Edinburgh, Inchgarvie and Fife).
Although technically it is called York Minster, rather than York Cathedral.
Cambridge also has a Bridge of Sighs which crosses the river
Isle of WightWhitby, North YorkshireBoscastle, CornwallNew Quay, Wales
The original Whale jaw bone arch was erected some time after 1853, signifying the town's whaling history.
How Well Do You Actually Know British Landmarks?
Get Google maps out, it's time to explore the country!
You know a few British landmarks, but there's still more to learn!
You know quite a lot of British landmarks. You're probably pretty well travelled in Britain. Well done you!
You should be a tour guide! You're probably a National Trust member and spend your weekends looking at castles.