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Millbank: Quiz


Question 1: The listed site has since been renovated as a purpose built arts college for the ________ in 2005.
Central Saint Martins College of Art and DesignChelsea College of Art and DesignCamberwell College of ArtsUniversity of the Arts London

Question 2: No.4 is the location commonly used by broadcasters for producing coverage of the Westminster area, including the ________, Sky News and ITV.
Raidió Teilifís ÉireannNorwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4BBC

Question 3: The ________ art gallery is situated directly opposite near the end of Vauxhall Bridge, providing a distinct arts presence in the area.
Tate BritainVictoria and Albert MuseumNational Gallery (London)Tate Modern

Question 4: There are parliamentary offices situated across this road, notably No.7, built as the headquarters of ________.
British American TobaccoMarks & SpencerHSBCInterContinental Hotels Group

Question 5: ________ is also a National Rail main line terminus and nearby is the national coach station.
London Paddington stationLondon Victoria stationLondon UndergroundBank-Monument station

Question 6: Millbank shares the name of the main road (A3212) along the north bank of the ________, extending northwards from Vauxhall Bridge to Abingdon Street, just south from Parliament Square.
TidewayRiver ThamesThames EstuaryHenley-on-Thames

Question 7: The name derives from "hide", an old English land measure (used in the ________ of 1086).
Domesday BookYorkshireEnglandSurrey

Question 8: Millbank is located by the River Thames, east of ________ and south of Westminster.

Question 9: The area derives its name from a mill house belonging to nearby ________.
Ely CathedralBath AbbeySt Augustine's AbbeyWestminster Abbey

Question 10: The headquarters for the Northern Ireland Office, ________ and Thames House are also nearby.
MI5Government Communications HeadquartersSecret Intelligence ServiceDefence Intelligence Staff


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