St. George’s Day Quiz

6a00d83451bc4a69e20147e37f82a5970bWell, it’s the traditional St. Georges Day, so we should publish something for our English friends. I suppose I could write an article but a quiz would be more fun, and the Telegraph has a pretty good one for us, on England’s historic attractions. So take it and we’ll compare our scores.

Quiz: how well do you know England’s historic attractions? – Telegraph.

How’d you do? I managed 60% which is not optimal but then again, I’ve never managed to get to England either.

I had something else as well but my curating program is broke at the moment, so we’ll postpone it.

I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game’s afoot;
Follow your spirit: and upon this charge,
Cry — God for Harry! England and Saint George!

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10 Responses to St. George’s Day Quiz

  1. Reblogged this on swissdefenceleague.

    • NEO says:

      Thanks, Wil. :-)

  2. My pleasure .. Great Idea! Cheers :)

    • NEO says:


  3. Well even the so-called “English” don’t know much about so-called St. George? Save he was a Roman solider somewhere. Lots of myth here! Good ole Bede!

    • NEO says:

      Yep, Bede was the first mention in England, or so I read.

      And it’s also Shakespeare’s birthday, and the anniversary of his death.

    • can spell soldier today! ;)

      • NEO says:

        Good deal :-)

  4. Crash MacDuff says:

    Reblogged this on CrashCourse.

    • NEO says:


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