Statistics for Which City In the United Kingdom?

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Description Letter City % Correct
Capital of the U.K.LLondon
100%
The Beatles come from this city on the River Mersey.LLiverpool
96%
Among British cities, this one gets the second-most overseas visitors.EEdinburgh
94%
City once called "Cottonopolis" due to its many textile mills.MManchester
87%
Robin Hood lived near here.NNottingham
86%
Isaac Newton was a faculty member of this city's university.CCambridge
85%
City whose name is also spelled Caerdydd.CCardiff
84%
City where you might see a don punting down the River Cherwell.OOxford
80%
Some people blame deep-fried Mars bars for this city's low life expectancy.GGlasgow
80%
The Archbishop of this city heads the Church of England.CCanterbury
79%
James Watt invented his steam engine in this city also known for the
"Peaky Blinders" gang.
BBirmingham
78%
Its team won the 2016 Premier League despite 5000-1 odds.LLeicester
76%
Where the RMS Titanic was built.BBelfast
76%
Last port of call for the Mayflower on its voyage to America.PPlymouth
75%
Known as "Steel City".SSheffield
69%
The Angel of the North sits just a couple miles south of this city
where Lucozade was invented.
NNewcastle
67%
Where the HMS Victory can be seen.PPortsmouth
66%
Often called the "Granite City".AAberdeen
65%
Known as the birthplace of Marks and Spencer, this city is also home
to the Royal Armouries Museum.
LLeeds
61%
The county town of Norfolk, it was England's second largest city in 1500.NNorwich
58%

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