|Capital of the U.K.||L||London|| |
|The Beatles come from this city on the River Mersey.||L||Liverpool|| |
|Among British cities, this one gets the second-most overseas visitors.||E||Edinburgh|| |
|City once called "Cottonopolis" due to its many textile mills.||M||Manchester|| |
|Robin Hood lived near here.||N||Nottingham|| |
|Isaac Newton was a faculty member of this city's university.||C||Cambridge|| |
|City whose name is also spelled Caerdydd.||C||Cardiff|| |
|City where you might see a don punting down the River Cherwell.||O||Oxford|| |
|Some people blame deep-fried Mars bars for this city's low life expectancy.||G||Glasgow|| |
|The Archbishop of this city heads the Church of England.||C||Canterbury|| |
|James Watt invented his steam engine in this city also known for the|
"Peaky Blinders" gang.
|Its team won the 2016 Premier League despite 5000-1 odds.||L||Leicester|| |
|Where the RMS Titanic was built.||B||Belfast|| |
|Last port of call for the Mayflower on its voyage to America.||P||Plymouth|| |
|Known as "Steel City".||S||Sheffield|| |
|The Angel of the North sits just a couple miles south of this city|
where Lucozade was invented.
|Where the HMS Victory can be seen.||P||Portsmouth|| |
|Often called the "Granite City".||A||Aberdeen|| |
|Known as the birthplace of Marks and Spencer, this city is also home|
to the Royal Armouries Museum.
|The county town of Norfolk, it was England's second largest city in 1500.||N||Norwich|| |