That's the Bullring in Birmingham (specifically, the Selfridges store bit of it.)
It's the Millennium Centre and Water Tower in Cardiff (aka "that bit in Torchwood").
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The Royal Liver Building in Liverpool. The clues there being that a) it's really well-known and b) IT'S WRITTEN ON THE BUILDING.
It's King's Parade in Cambridge. That's the famous King's College Chapel lurking behind the tree.
That's the view from the top of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh.
It's The Mall in Central London.
That's Whitworth Street West in Manchester. One clue: the Hacienda Apartments, built on the site of the legendary club.
That's a famous old street in York called The Shambles.
It's the Titanic Belfast museum.
That's Balfron Tower in Poplar. (Canary Wharf in the background might have been a giveaway.)
That's the At-Bristol science and education centre.
It's Glasgow City Chambers on George Square.
It's Royal Crescent in Bath. (It does helpfully say "Royal Crescent" on the picture.)
It's Coventry Cathedral - a combination of ruins of the old cathedral left after World War II bombing, and a modern building replacing it.
That's the Tay Road Bridge, seen from Dundee.
That's St Peter's Collegiate Church in Wolverhampton.
Look, there's the Blackpool Tower in the background.
That's Leeds Town Hall.
That's Brighton Pier (well, the Palace Pier, the only one that still exists - the other two have been destroyed.)
It's the Cathedral in St. Asaph in North Wales - population 3,491, it was granted city status in 2012, and is one of the smallest cities in Britain. (Not the smallest, though - that's St. David's, also in Wales.)
You spotted the Angel of the North in the background, right?
How Well Do You Recognise British Cities?
Now's the time to improve it. Get a few guide books. Jump on a train. Go exploring!
Which ones did you miss? Maybe you could pay them a visit.
Just a few gaps in your knowledge. That's okay. Now you know where to go on holiday next...
Well done you. Take a victory tour of the country.