The Life in the UK test revision notes below will cover some of the most famous places and landmarks you can find throughout the UK, all of these are found in the official Life in the UK test revision book. I will add/update this list in the coming days.
|Big Ben is the nickname given to the 160-year-old clock at London’s Houses of Parliament. The clock tower was renamed the Elizabeth Tower in honour of the diamond jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
|The Eden Project
|The Eden Project in Cornwall features biomes that contain house plants from around the globe.
|Edinburgh Castle is a fortress that dominates the skyline of Edinburgh, Scotland. This historic castle is currently maintained by a Scottish government agency called Historic Environment Scotland.
The Giant’s Causeway
|The Giant’s Causeway is a volcanic land formation that dates back about 50 million years. The formation is a prominent figure in Gaelic mythology. It is located on the north-east coast of Northern Ireland
|Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
|Loch Lomond inside Trossachs National Park is the largest concentration of fresh water in mainland Britain.
|The London Eye is a Ferris wheel situated along the River Thames. This 443-foot structure was built in 1998 to celebrate the coming of the new millennium.
|Snowdonia in North Wales is a beloved national park that features some of Britain’s highest peaks. It’s home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.
|The Tower of London
|William the Conqueror built the Tower of London after becoming king in 1066. Visitors can tour the tower and view the Crown Jewels in person.
|The Lake District
|The Lake District is famed for being England’s largest national park. The park’s mountains and lakes attract hikers, climbers and boaters.