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QUIZ - Can you name these famous landmarks in the Wirral?

PUBLISHED: 14:16 13 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:43 27 June 2017

Can you name these famous places in the Wirral? Photo: Val Alderson

Can you name these famous places in the Wirral? Photo: Val Alderson

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Test your knowledge on the Wirral Penninsula with this picture based quiz.

It’s safe to say the Wirral Penninsula has something for everyone, a stunning coastline, beautiful countryside, model villages and impressive gardens and parks.

Many people head to the coast when visiting the Wirral, whether it’s the popular spots of West Kirby, Hoylake or New Brighton or the lesser known places such as Hilbre Island.

The Wirral is a great place for walking, there is beautiful countryside around places such as Heswall and Thurstaton that bring walkers from far and wide, people also come to visit places such as Ness Gardens and Royden Park.

There are also many pretty towns and villages worth a visit, Thornton Hough is a popular place to visit especially as well as the model village of Port Sunlight that was built in the 19th century by philanthropist William Hesketh Lever.

What score did you achieve? Share and challenge your friends to beat your score.

You can also upload your images of famous Wirral landmarks in the reader photo gallery.

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