Miscellaneous Quiz / Places and sites of London

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Which palace became the official royal palace of the British monarch on the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837?
Which former royal residence and prison is famous for it's 'White Tower'?
What is the name of the district in South West London, home to a tennis championship since 1877?
The correct name for the Houses of Parliament is the Palace of ..........?
Which famous landmark on the Thames was built between 1886-94?
What is the name of the bell housed in the Elizabeth Tower, Westminster?
What is the name of the square, opened 1844, laid out to commemorate Nelson's famous victory of 1805?
Which cathedral was built by Christopher Wren to replace the one destroyed in the Great Fire of London?
Which museum of modern and contemporary art is housed in the former Bankside Power Station on the banks of the Thames?
What is the name of the Shakesperean theatre, reconstructed in 1997, that stands in Park Street, Southark?
What is the name of the district in the West End known for it's entertainment and theatres?
What is the name of the park famous for it's Speakers' Corner?
Which area of London was heavily bombed during the Blitz of 1940-41?
Often used in Tudor times, prisoners brought by barge along the Thames entered the Tower of London via which infamous gate?
What is the name of the street, former home of the London press, which has a river of the same name running beneath it?
What is the name of the former island in the East End of London that is bounded on three sides by a large meander in the River Thames?
What square in the Mayfair district of London is home to the United States embassy?
King Charles I was executed in 1649 on scaffolding erected outside which palace?
Which notorious gallows, last used in 1783, stood near the site of the present day Marble Arch?
In 1888 Jack the Ripper murdered at least five women in which London district?
Which column near the northern end of London Bridge and erected between 1671-7 commemorates the Great Fire of London?
Part of the Central Criminal Court, or Old Bailey, stands on the site of which medieval gaol?
What is the name of the street in Westminster, home to St James' Palace, also known for it's gentleman's clubs founded in the 18th and 19th centuries?
What is the name of the district of south-east London that is home to the Royal Observatory?
Which north London Borough was originally the site of the defeat and death of Warwick the Kingmaker in the Wars of the Roses battle of 1471?

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