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Question 2: [23] The best remains of the Norman period are to be found in ________ and in the castle, also in some few parish churches, as at Pittington and Norton near Stockton.
York MinsterCanterbury CathedralDurham CathedralWestminster Abbey

Question 3: Wear Valley, including ________, Crook, Willington, Hunwick, and the villages along Weardale
Newton AycliffeChester-le-StreetDarlingtonBishop Auckland

Question 4: In 1614 a bill was introduced in parliament for securing representation to the county and city of Durham and the borough of ________.
Barnard CastleDarlingtonNewton AycliffeBishop Auckland

Question 5:
What is County Durham's current status?

Question 6: The bishops' special jurisdiction was based on claims that King Ecgfrith of Northumbria had granted a substantial territory to St Cuthbert on his election to the see of ________ in 684.
LindisfarneCatterick, North YorkshireEnglandCarlisle, Cumbria

Question 7: ________ and Castle, a World Heritage Site
Durham CathedralCanterbury CathedralYork MinsterWestminster Abbey

Question 8: County Durham (pronounced /ˈdʌrəm/) is a ceremonial county[2] and (smaller) unitary district in North East ________.
WalesEnglandScotlandUnited Kingdom

Question 9:
Which is the largest city in County Durham?

Question 10:
What region does County Durham belong to?


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