A Modern Thriving Society Test 3

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With what substance The Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland was formed?

The Houses of Parliament are built in the medieval gothic style of architecture.

What is name of the period of the Christian calendar when fasting is maintained as tradition?

In which decade of the twentieth century Sir Roger Bannister achieved The first four-minute mile?

Normally, Pantomimes are associated with which festival period?

At the Tower of London what is the common name used for the Yeoman Warders?

Ted Hughes and John Masefield are renowned:

Ridley Scott is a famous personality associated with which of the following fields?

14th February is renowned as:

Which of the following was written by the German-born composer George Frederick Handel who became a British citizen later?

Who is the writer of Paradise Lost?

Is the statement below TRUE or FALSE? In recent years population growth in the UK has been faster than the previous because of the reason of more migration and longer life expectancy.

After Protestant, which is the largest group of Christianity population in the UK?

What is the name of the place where the Crown Jewels are kept?

What is the name of the annual flower show in London where garden designs from around the world is exhibited?

Which flower is worn by the people of Wales on St David's Day?

Which of the following theatre awards were named after Lord Olivier?

When did the longest initial run of the murder – mystery play ‘The Mousetrap’ take place in London?

Coins existing in the United Kingdom consists of 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and ____?

By which Christian name is the famous wheelchair athlete Baroness Grey-Thompson renowned as?

Who is the author of the novel Brideshead Revisited?

Complete the name of this British film: Passport to

Which month of the year is associated with Father’s Day?

What is the name of the famous religious building that has been the coronation church since 1066 and is the final resting place for 17 monarchs?