Tourist Route of the UK

Below are 20 destinations of a tour of the UK. Based on the clues given, name the place.
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Last updated: September 13, 2013
First submittedJanuary 3, 2013
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Type
Clue
Distance
Miles
Destination
City
Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge
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London
Castle
Largest inhabited castle in the World
21
Windsor Castle
City
University Town
34
Oxford
Headland
Most westerly point of Britain
227
Land's End
City
Roman spa town, Aquae Sulis
172
Bath
Mountain
Tallest moutain in Wales, Mountain Railway
138
Snowdon
City
The Beatles, Albert Dock
51
Liverpool
City
City and United FC
31
Manchester
City
Pleasure Beach
41
Blackpool
National Park
Includes Winderemere and Scafell Pike
47
Lake District
Type
Clue
Distance
Miles
Destination
Mountain
Tallest Mountain in the UK
177
Ben Nevis
Lake
The Monster, Largest Lake in the UK
8
Loch Ness
City
Castle, Princes Street, Capital of Scotland
94
Edinburgh
City
Jorvik, The Shambles, The Minster
161
York
City
University Town
131
Cambridge
City
Music Festival
143
Glastonbury
Monument
Prehistoric World Heritage Site
31
Stonehenge
City
Mary Rose Ship, Island City, Spinnaker
47
Portsmouth
Town
Battle of Hastings
70
Battle
Cliff
Seven Sisters, Chalk Cliffs
39
White Cliffs of Dover
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Level 24
Sep 3, 2012
Brilliant Quiz, an even bigger tour is the only improvement!!!
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Level 71
May 24, 2017
Dover is about 75 miles away from Seven Sisters...a better answer would be Beachy Head

Glastonbury and Blackpool are towns not cities

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Level 60
Jul 12, 2017
I think the second last question needs to be fixed.
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Level 22
Feb 2, 2019
Battle is a small town in the UK near Hastings where the Battle of Hastings actually took place
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Level 22
Feb 2, 2019
Loch Ness isn't the largest lake in the UK, its Loch Neagh in Northern Ireland