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Flintshire (historic): Quiz

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Question 1: The Maelor Saesneg, was bounded on the northwest by Denbighshire, on the northeast by ________, and on the south by Shropshire.
CheshireMerseysideGreater ManchesterLancashire

Question 2: The coast along the Dee estuary is heavily developed by industry and the north coast much developed for ________.
Travel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportWorld Tourism rankingsHotelTourism

Question 3: The chief towns are ________, Connah's Quay, Flint, Hawarden, Holywell, Mold, Queensferry, and Shotton.
ChesterBuckleyWrexhamBroughton, Flintshire

Question 4: The administrative county of Flintshire was abolished under the Local Government Act 1972 on April 1, 1974, becoming part of the new county of ________.
WalesFlintshire (historic)ClwydDenbighshire

Question 5: Flintshire is a maritime county bounded to the north by the Irish Sea, to the northeast by the Dee estuary, to the east by ________ and to the south and southwest by Denbighshire.
Greater ManchesterLancashireCheshireMerseyside

Question 6: Flintshire (Welsh: Sir Y Fflint) is one of thirteen historic counties and a former administrative county of ________, which mostly lay on the north-east coast of Wales.
EnglandUnited KingdomWalesScotland







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