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St Bride's Church: Quiz

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Question 1: The church was designated a Grade I ________ on 04 January 1950.
Grade I listed buildings in South YorkshireGrade I listed buildings in SomersetGrade I listed buildings in BristolListed building

Question 2: The church was gutted by fire-bombs dropped by the Luftwaffe during the ________ of the Second World War, on the night of 29 December 1940, dubbed the "Second Great Fire of London".
The BlitzBelfast BlitzStrategic bombing during World War IIRotterdam Blitz

Question 3: Due to its location on Fleet Street it has a long association with journalists and ________.
DefamationNewspaperMedia biasNews media

Question 4: Having been duped into a bad marriage, the hapless Levet was taken in by the author ________ who wrote his poem "On the Death of Mr.
James BoswellEdmund BurkeSamuel JohnsonJames Macpherson

Question 5: Bride's is Robert Levet (________), a Yorkshireman who became a Parisian waiter, then a 'practicer of physick' who ministered to the denizens of London's seedier neighborhoods.
BristolEnglandLevettEast Sussex

Question 6: St Bride's Church is a church in the ________, England.
City of WestminsterGreater LondonCity of LondonBristol

Question 7: The church is a distinctive sight on ________'s skyline and is clearly visible from a number of locations.
StockholmBerlinMoscowLondon

Question 8: The building's most recent incarnation was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672 on Fleet Street in the ________.
Greater LondonBristolCity of WestminsterCity of London

Question 9: It has been conjectured that, as the patron saint is St ________, it may have been founded by Celtic monks, missionaries proselytising the English[1].
AssicusAdomnánBrigid of KildareBrendan







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