Around Wales 2

Published: Sunday 16th October 2011
  1. What is the name of the limestone headland just North of Llandudno?
  2. Which hills in West Wales are thought to be the source of the blue stones used in the construction of Stonehenge?
  3. In which town would you find The National Library of Wales?
  4. Where in Wales did J G Parry-Thomas break the World's land speed record in 1926?
  5. The smallest city in Britain is in Wales, what is it called?
  6. What is the name of the Roman settlement just north of Newport?
  7. Which bridge carries the A55 from North Wales to Anglesey?
  8. In which county would you find the National Botanical Gardens of Wales?
  9. Which is the largest natural body of water in Wales?
  10. What is the name of the village built by Clough William-Ellis made famous by the 1960's TV series "The Prisoner"?
  11. Where are the reservoirs built in the early 20th Century to supply Birmingham with drinking water?
  12. Which museum in Wales features historical buildings which have been dismantled and re-erected on site?
  13. Where is the Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Agency [DVLA] offices located?
  14. At which race course is the Welsh Grand National run?
  15. What is the name of the river that flows through Cardiff?
  16. Which is the second largest city in Wales?
  17. A statue of The White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland stands in which North Wales resort?
  18. What is the Welsh delicacy "Laver Bread " made from?
  19. What is the only Welsh county to play first-class cricket?
  20. By what name did the Romans refer to Wales?
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