Statistics for UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom

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  • The average score is 8 of 31

Answer Stats

Region Answer % Correct
EdinburghOld and New Towns of Edinburgh
86%
WiltshireStonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites
86%
Greater LondonPalace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey, including Saint Margaret's Church
71%
CumbriaThe English Lake District
64%
Cumbria, Northumberland & ScotlandFrontiers of the Roman Empire
57%
Greater LondonTower of London
57%
AntrimGiant's Causeway and Causeway Coast
50%
Outer HebridesSt Kilda
50%
Devon & DorsetDorset and East Devon Coast
43%
MerseysideLiverpool, Maritime Mercantile City
36%
OrkneyHeart of Neolithic Orkney
36%
KentCanterbury Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, and St Martin's Church
29%
DurhamDurham Castle and Cathedral
21%
Edinburgh, Inchgarvie & FifeForth Bridge
21%
GwyneddCastles and Town Walls of King Edward in Gwynedd
21%
South LanarkshireNew Lanark
14%
ShropshireIronbridge Gorge
14%
SomersetCity of Bath
14%
Greater LondonMaritime Greenwich
14%
Greater LondonRoyal Botanical Gardens, Kew
7%
OxfordshireBlenheim Palace
7%
Saint Helena, Ascension & Tristan da CunhaGough and Inaccessible Islands
0%
BermudaHistoric Town of St George and Related Fortifications, Bermuda
0%
Pitcairn IslandsHenderson Island
0%
GibraltarGorham's Cave Complex
0%
YorkshireSaltaire
0%
Devon & CornwallCornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
0%
DerbyshireDerwent Valley Mills
0%
YorkshireStudley Royal Park including the Ruins of Fountains Abbey
0%
ClwydPontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal
0%
GwentBlaenavon Industrial Landscape
0%

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