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St. George's Hall, Liverpool: Quiz

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Question 1: Between the equestrian statues is a ________ which was unveiled in 1930, designed by L. B. Budden and sculpted by H. Tyson Smith.
United KingdomChhatriLondonCenotaph

Question 2: It was initially tuned to meantone temperament to the specification of S. S. Wesley but in 1867 W. T. Best, city organist, retuned it to ________.
Bohlen–Pierce scaleJust intonationEqual temperamentPitch class

Question 3: A copy of part of the ________ runs round its walls.
Parthenon FriezeAthenaBritish MuseumPortico

Question 4: This is the flat space between the hall and the railway station and contains statues of four lions by Nicholl and ________ lamp standards with dolphin bases.
Alloy steelSteelCast ironWrought iron

Question 5: The roof is a tunnel vault carried on columns of polished red ________.
BasaltFelsicGraniteIgneous rock

Question 6: In 1838 the foundation stone was laid to commemorate the ________ of Queen Victoria.
Austrian Crown JewelsCrown jewelsMonarchyCoronation

Question 7: Spence, ________ by John Adams-Acton, the 14th Earl of Derby by William Theed the Younger, the 16th Earl of Derby by F. W. Pomeroy, and Joseph Mayer by Fontana.
H. H. AsquithBenjamin DisraeliDavid Lloyd GeorgeWilliam Ewart Gladstone

Question 8: It is a building in neoclassical style which contains concert halls and law courts, and is a Grade I ________.
Grade I listed buildings in BristolListed buildingGrade I listed buildings in South YorkshireGrade I listed buildings in Somerset

Question 9: The Plateau has been associated with public rallies and gatherings, including the deaths of ________, John Lennon and George Harrison, and the homecomings of Liverpool and Everton football teams after Cup Final Victories.
Paul McCartneyThe BeatlesStrawberry Fields ForeverI Want to Hold Your Hand

Question 10: This included making alterations to comply with the ________, restoring the historical painting scheme and restoring the chandelier, which consists of 2,824 crystal pieces.
Statutory Instrument (UK)Equality Act 2006United Kingdom legislationDisability Discrimination Act 1995







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