Chapter 4 Test 8

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Which is the capital city of Northern Ireland?
What name is given to the day when people play jokes on each other until midday?
What is Dame Ellen MacArthur known for?
What are Welsh cakes made of?
Where is the London Eye situated?
In the UK, many people continue to visit the countryside for holidays and for leisure activities such as  walking, camping and fishing:
How often does the Edinburgh Festival take place?
What name is given to the day that marks the end of the Ramadan, when Muslims have fasted for a month?
Who is the fastest person to have sailed around the world single-handed?
Where does the most famous sailing event in the UK take place?
What is Sir Jackie Stewart famous for?
How old do you need to be to be able to go into betting shops or gambling clubs?
How long do Muslims fast during Ramadan?
Which British actor has recently won an Oscar?
When is St Andrews Day, patron of the Scotland, celebrated? 
Which organisation has been organising ‘The Proms’ since 1927?
Where is Snowdonia National Park located?
Northern Ireland and Wales have their own banknotes, which are valid everywhere in the UK. However, shop and businesses do not have to accept them:
How many Formula 1 Grand Prix events are held in the UK every year?
Which TWO British areas have their own banknotes?
How many weeks does the orchestral classical music event known as ‘the Proms’ last for?
What is the name of the land formation consisting of columns made of volcanic lava located on the north-east coast of Northern Ireland?
What is the capital city of Wales?
When were the Houses of the Parliament built?

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