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Great Britain Alphabetically - Part B

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Great Britain Alphabetically  Part B game quiz
"The second part of my alphabetical journey around Britain, with all the answers beginning with B."

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1. Which city in northern England is home to the National Media Museum, the most visited museum in Britain outside of London?
    Brighouse
    Bradford
    Blackburn
    Bolton


2. Which city in southwestern England is famed for its naturally occurring hot springs and Georgian architecture?
    Bideford
    Bristol
    Bath
    Bridgwater


3. Which town in Powys was formerly a county town, and shares its name with a range of mountains?
    Bridgend
    Brecon
    Builth Wells
    Blaenau Ffestiniog


4. Which English seaside resort is home to a Royal Pavilion, and a series of narrow winding streets called The Lanes, filled with antique shops?
    Brighton
    Bournemouth
    Blackpool
    Bognor Regis


5. Which is the second largest city in Great Britain, home to the Bull Ring shopping centre, and Edgbaston Cricket Ground?
    Answer: (One Word, begins with B)


6. Which famous seaside resort has a famous pleasure beach, which includes the Pepsi Max Big One, the tallest, fastest and steepest roller coaster in the world when it opened in 1994?
    Blackpool
    Bournemouth
    Brighton
    Broadstairs


7. Which Derbyshire town is famous for its mineral springs, and is known as the the 'gateway to the Peak District National Park'?
    Belper
    Bakewell
    Burton Upon Trent
    Buxton


8. Which small Scottish town is famous for its castle, whose owner is the only person in Britain allowed to have his own private army?
    Braemar
    Ballater
    Balmoral
    Blair Atholl


9. Which town on the England-Scotland border has changed hands between the two countries 14 times?
    Berwick-upon-Tweed
    Burnmouth
    Brampton
    Bowness-on-Solway


10. Which seaport was the birthplace of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's steamships, the Great Western, in 1837, and the Great Britain, in 1843; is the site of Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge, opened in 1864; and is home to Gloucestershire County Cricket Club?
    Answer: (One Word, begins with B)


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