Test your knowledge of UK physical landscapes for GCSE with this 16-question GCSE quiz.
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A group of 6,000 islands of which Great Britain is the largest.
An island located in the north west of Europe.
A country but not a sovereign state.
A sovereign state that includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Something that stands out in an area and can be recognised from a distance.
A country that is entirely surrounded by land.
What you can see of an area of land, including natural features and human features.
A feature of the Earth’s surface that is part of the terrain.
Snowdonia in Wales
The Grampians in Scotland
The Lake District in England
The Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland
An ice cap
A U-shaped valley
the south and west.
the south and east.
the north and west.
the north and east.
The Lake District
The Thames Valley
Erosion by the wind
Weathering, e.g. freeze-thaw
Deposition by glaciers
Few contour lines that are far apart.
Many contour lines close together.
Spot heights no higher than 200m.
Very large settlements.