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Britain's greatest landmarks: vote for your favourite
Last week we asked you for your nominations for the ultimate list of Britain's greatest landmarks. We've collated your emails, tweets and messages and now need you to vote for your favourite.
If you're stuck for inspiration, flick through the gallery to remind yourself of some of the land's best sights.
What's Britain's greatest landmark?
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- Durdle Door
- York Minster
- Giant’s Causeway
- Forth Rail Bridge
- Angel of the North
- Tower Bridge
- Big Ben
- St Michael’s Mount
- The Needles
- Westminster Abbey
- Gateshead-Millennium Bridge
- Hadrian’s Wall
- Hampton Court Palace
- Leeds Castle
- White cliffs of Dover
- Houses of Parliament
- Loch Ness
- Ben Nevis
- Edinburgh Castle
- Conwy Castle
- Roman Baths in Bath
- Brighton Pier
- Whitby Abbey
- Blackpool Tower
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A land mark?
Didn't any one tell msn, that Big Ben is a bell, and not the clock tower ?
Just to clarify ...
England, Scotland and Wales are Great Britain.
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
All people born in the United Kingdom are British.
Officially, the nation is titled 'The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland' - Northern Ireland is not part of Britain.
That said, the Giant's Causeway is incredible and suitably ahead of British landmarks.
england needs a giant umbrella.
best we dont get it made from China.