UK Tourist Attractions

Name the tourist attractions by description
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Last updated: November 15, 2015
First submittedOctober 31, 2012
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Description
Attraction
Huge greenhouse in diused quarry
Eden Project
Replica of Shakespeare's theatre
The Globe Theatre
Recording studios of the Beatles
Abbey Road
Large bell in Elizabeth Tower
Big Ben
Circular prehistoric monument
Stonehenge
Inspired by the Eiffel Tower
Blackpool Tower
Lake District's largest lake
Windermere
The ____ ____ Monster
Loch Ness
Wales' tallest mountain
Snowdon
Castle built on extinct volcano
Edinburgh Castle
Description
Attraction
Basalt columns off the Northern Irish coast
Giant's Causeway
The most westerly point of Great Britain
Land's End
The official residence of the Queen
Buckingham Palace
Chalk cliffs on the Kent coastline
White Cliffs of Dover
Tidal island off Penzance
St Michael's Mount
Roman wall between England and Scotland
Hadrian's Wall
Formed by flooding of peat workings in Norfolk
The Broads
Home to Manchester United
Old Trafford
Henry VIII's sunken ship
Mary Rose
Largest Cambridge college
Trinity College
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Level 47
Feb 12, 2013
Land's End is the most southern point, other than that great quiz.
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Level 47
Feb 12, 2013
The most southernmost point on the mainland is Lizard Point
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Level 64
Nov 29, 2015
The most westerly point on Great Britain's mainland is Ardnamurchan Point in Scotland. Land's End is only the most westerly mainland point of England.
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Level 76
Jan 17, 2016
Can you tell Mr Robins that, who marked my homework wrong almost 40 years ago
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Level 72
May 15, 2018
You would be right if the question asked the most westerly point on the mainland. As it didn't, I would suggest two possible answers. Firstly the island of Soay (just West of Hirta where the St Kilda heritage site is located) but possibly Rockall, if that is considered a part of Great Britain. However, neither of those could really be described as tourist attractions, so I agree with you that the question needs rephrasing.
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Level 78
Jun 23, 2015
I would have put Manchester for the home of Manchester United, but that's probably because I don't follow football.