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1. It's not just a fictional land of green, but a real place declared a royal hunting forest by William the Conqueror in 1066. Which of these lush locales is it?
2. Located across from the coast of France, these white cliffs get their appearance from the amount of chalk in their rock faces. In which southern town are they located?
3. Named after a village that it flanks, this gorgeous limestone gorge is located in Somerset, England. Which "cheesy" name does it have?
4. Eroded to the point that they look sharp to the touch, what is the name of these rocky features found in the Isle of Wight?
5. This geological feature is known as Gaping Gill, found in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in England. What kind of enthusiasts is it most likely to attract?
6. This unique feature found in Dorset is called Durdle Door. It is a part of which natural World Heritage Site, located on the English Channel?
7. Micheldever Wood is the perfect locale for many tourists who want to snap photos of which flower?
8. A favorite vacation locale of Alfred Tennyson and located in Cornwall, what is the name of this famous cove?
9. Scafell Pike is the highest point in England at 978 meters above sea level. In which northern county (bordering Scotland) can you find it?
10. It is one of the lakes that gave the Lake Poets their name. It is found in numerous works of literature and film. And it is the largest natural lake in England. What is its name?
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