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Question 1: Ravelston Garden________ residential apartments
Art NouveauDe StijlBrutalist architectureArt Deco

Question 2: Craigellachie Bridge, ________ – designed by Thomas Telford and built 1812–1814
Elgin, MorayLossiemouthBurgheadMoray

Question 3: ________, City of London, is an example of a site which includes buildings of different Grades, II and II*
Barbican EstateGolden Lane EstateA1 road (London)Farringdon station

Question 4: [10] Forty five per cent of Grade I buildings are ________ parish churches.
Archbishop of CanterburyArchbishop of YorkBishop of LincolnChurch of England

Question 5: New Zealand Historic Places Trust (________ equivalent)
New ZealandNauruUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 6: ________ and National Historic Landmark (American equivalents)
National Park ServiceNational Register of Historic PlacesProperty type (National Register of Historic Places)History of the National Register of Historic Places

Question 7: ________ (other parts of the castle are also listed A, B or C(s))
Holyrood PalaceWindsor CastleEdinburgh CastleStirling Castle

Question 8: One example is the November 30, 2001, de-listing of North Corporation Primary School, ________.

Question 9: [5] After the Firestone demolition, the Secretary of State for the Environment ________ also initiated a complete re-survey of buildings to ensure there was nothing which merited preservation and had been missed off the lists.
John MajorMichael HeseltineAnthony EdenMargaret Thatcher

Question 10: In ________, this complex system may be rationalised under the Heritage Protection Review (see below).
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomWales


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