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United Kingdom Quizzes & Trivia

The United Kingdom is the successor of the British Empire, what was once the largest empire in history. It is composed of several states and is one of the most important countries in the Europe and in the whole world. But do you know much about it? Do you know enough about its traditions, its people and its rich world history?

What was the year when Britain was conquered by Normans under William the Conqueror? What was the name of the famous British scientist responsible for the three basic laws of motion? What was the year when Scotland and England united to form a single country named “Great Britain”? Answer these and find out more about the United Kingdom by attempting our quizzes. God Save the Queen!

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United Kingdom Questions & Answers


What are the four regions of the UK?
The four regions of the United Kingdom are England, Scotland, Whales and Northern Ireland. The largest of these four regions is England which covers a land area of 130,395 square kilometers and with a population of more than 52 million people. Its ca
What is the difference between GMT and BST?
There are different time zones in the world, and those time zones are meant to be used in determining the actual time of a particular place as the mean sun passes through the Greenwich Observatory. GMT and BST are examples of those time zones. GMT is