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Test your knowledge of Brighton in our original quiz

How much do you know about the wonderful city of Brighton?
 
By Ben Robson

Co-founder, GOAT

How much of a Brightonian are you? Only 7% of people can get 10/10 - take the challenge now!

Chris Eubank is one of a host of famous Brightonians. But how many Chris Eubanks would be equal to the height of the Brighton i360?
Brighton's i360
31
61
91
121

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How many pubs are there in Brighton?
A pint of beer on a bar in a Brighton pub
300
500
700
900

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The Brighton Sea Life Centre is the oldest operating aquarium in the world. When was it opened?
Brighton Sea Life
1808
1796
1872
1934

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Seagulls are an icon of Brighton, begging the question, 'if you've never had a chip taken out of your mouth by one mid-flight, can you really call yourself a Brightonian?'. OK, the real question here is - how big is the average wingspan of the common gull?
Brighton Seagull
95-109cm
110-125cm
126cm-140cm
300-400cm

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According to the 2011 census, what is the population of Brighton and Hove?
Brighton Population Image
776,311
273,369
3 million
185,611

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Nick Cave, Norman Cook (Fat Boy Slim) and Chris Eubank, are all famous names associated with Brighton. Which is the youngest of the group?
Chris Eubank
Nick Cave
Norman Cook

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How many litres of water do the creatures at Brighton Sea Life Centre live in?
4 litres
300 billion
2.5 million
17.5 million

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During World War II, why were the Germans instructed not to bomb the Royal Pavilion, Brighton?
Spitfire planes
Because Hitler wanted the Royal Pavilion as his headquarters after the war
Because Churchill went to school in Brighton in 1883 and asked that the Royal Pavilion be spared
Because the Royal Pavilion contained British war strategies that the Germans wanted to gather rather than destroy
Out of respect to King George VI, who loved the building

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The Brighton Palace Pier is another icon of Brighton life. But how many Seagulls, wing to wing could you fit on the length of the pier? A Seagull's wingspan being 125cm.
Brighton Palace Pier
300 Seagulls
2 Seagulls
420 Seagulls
1020 Seagulls

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Which famous album debuted at the Brighton Dome in 1972?
Crowd at music concert
Harvest - Neil Young
Never a Dull Moment - Rod Stewart
Dark Side of The Moon - Pink Floyd
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders - David Bowie

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