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#1  Location  50 seconds  58% correct rate

Where is London?

#2  Buttons  20 seconds  49% correct rate

In 1666, the Great Fire of London erupted on Pudding Lane and quickly spread. What building did the fire begin in?

A bakery

A pub

A bank

A brothel

Although the owner claimed to have extinguished the fire, three hours later, his shop was a blazing inferno

#3  Buttons  20 seconds  39% correct rate

It is illegal to die in The Houses of Parliament. True or False?



While the law against dying in Parliament is a myth, there is a law that prohibits wearing armor suits in Parliament.

#4  Location  50 seconds  5% correct rate  

Where is the Royal Observatory?

#5  Buttons  20 seconds  47% correct rate

Representing Longitude 0, the Royal Observatory divides the world into which two hemispheres?

Eastern & Western

Northern & Sothern


Every place on earth can be measured in terms of its distance east or west from the Longitude 0 mark, the Prime Meridian

#6  Type answer  30 seconds  69% correct rate

Thanks to the use of a standard longitudinal point, the world was finally able to use a universal measure of what?


Finally the timings of journeys, transactions and production periods could be standardized across the whole planet.

#7  Location  50 seconds  15% correct rate  

Where is one of England’s most iconic structures, the Tower of London?

#8  Buttons  20 seconds  57% correct rate

Due to superstition, Charles II ordered to have which type of bird placed in the Tower of London to protect it?





To this day, six ravens can be found in the tower. There is even have a spare raven handy in case one flies away.

#9  Buttons  20 seconds  48% correct rate

Although it is most often known as the Tower of London, what is the official name of this historic monument?

Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London

Elizabeth's Tower

Monument to the Great Fire of London

London Mithraeum

Built around the White Tower, it is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.

#10  Type answer  30 seconds  78% correct rate

The tallest building in London is made of 11,000 Panels of Glass, what is this building called?

The Shard


Built in 2012, the Shard stands almost 310 meters high and has exactly 72 habitable floors.