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1. Which town in the county of Kent is known for its landmark white chalk cliffs, located in the southeast England?
2. Situated on the banks of the River Mersey, the Royal Liver Building is one of the most recognizable structures in which northwest English city?
3. The Angel of the North can be found in the northeast of England, beside the A1 and the A167 truck roads. Which town is it located in?
4. The Severn suspension bridge can be used to travel from England to Wales, and vice versa. The Welsh town of Chepstow lies on one side. Which English city is just a few miles south on the other side?
5. Situated on the northwest coast of England, a famous steel-tower structure was inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Which Lancashire town is it found in?
6. Which city, in the county of East Sussex, is home to the Royal Pavilion and is a popular destination for tourists?
7. Which city is the home of the British Navy in Hampshire on the south coast of England?
8. Which place is located on the most westerly point of mainland England, on the peninsula of Cornwall County?
9. This city is on the mouth of the River Humber, 25 miles from the North Sea. It is the home of 18th century abolitionist William Wilberforce. Which of the following am I describing?
10. Name this industrial town and seaport in the northwest of England. It lies to the north of Morecambe Bay, and east of the Irish Sea. It is probably best-known for producing ships and the Vanguard class of submarines.
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