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Film & TV Quiz

A. King Richard III was the last of the Plantagenet kings. But in which city were his remains discovered?

C. Can you identify this famous 12th century castle? Clue: it gave its Tyneside city its name.

B. The Houses of Parliament are open for groups tours – when was Guy Fawkes’ famous Gunpowder Plot?

D.This statue of Frankel can be seen at Newmarket’s King’s Yard. How many races was he unbeaten in?


Snowdon Mountain Railway travels from Llanberis to the summit of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales. But how high is it (in metres)?

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