London (part 1) - UNESCO World Heritage Quiz

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Part of the etwinning project Culture Compass - quiz questions and solutions prepared by Secondary l school students from Germany and made for partners in Spain, Finland and Bulgaria

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Question 1

Question
Who built the Tower of London?
Answer
  • Edward V
  • William the Conqueror
  • Henry Vlll
  • Anne Boleyn´s grandfather

Question 2

Answer
  • It should protect the city and demonstrate the king´s power.
  • It was only meant to be a symbol of London.
  • It was built as the home of the royal family.
  • It was built as the first museum ever.

Question 3

Question
When was the Tower of London built? In the
Answer
  • 8th century
  • 10th century
  • 11th century
  • 12th century

Question 4

Question
Who is the most famous ghost haunting the Tower of London? The ghost of
Answer
  • Queen Elizabeth I
  • Maria Stuart
  • Anne Boleyn
  • Queen Victoria

Question 5

Question
Today, the Tower of London has become and still is
Answer
  • a 5-star hotel
  • a ruin
  • a symbol of royalty
  • an art gallery

Question 6

Question
The Royal Botanical Kew Gardens opened in
Answer
  • Seventeen hundred ninety-five
  • Seventeen hundred sixty-nine
  • Seventeen hundred fifty-nine
  • Nineteen hundred fifty-nine

Question 7

Question
What do you find in Kew Gardens?
Answer
  • Apple trees and conserved fruit
  • Living and conserved plants
  • Fruit and vegetable gardens
  • Living plants, conserved plants and documents

Question 8

Question
The Millenium Seed Bank is a place
Answer
  • where you can change foreign currency to British pound Sterling.
  • where tourists from Hawaii can pay with flowers.
  • where seeds of thousands of plant species are kept.
  • where you can learn to be a farmer during summer courses.

Question 9

Question
How many meters above the ground is the Treetop Walkway?
Answer
  • eight metres
  • eighteen metres
  • eighty-one metres
  • eighty-eight metres

Question 10

Question
In the Kew Gardens Bonsai House
Answer
  • you can order sushi for lunch
  • you can have a 5 o´clock tea
  • you can plant miniature trees
  • You can see miniature trees
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