MILLENNIALS have no idea where many of Britain’s most iconic landmarks are located, a survey shows.
More than half of 25-34 year olds do not know that Tower Bridge is in London Big Ben amazes almost as many.
One in 12 people think they are in Cornwall or Edinburgh, the poll shows.
Others moved Sherwood Forest to Co Durham and Land’s End from Cornwall to Edinburgh.
And just one in seven knows Cheddar Gorge was in Somerset, according to the poll for Jackpotjoy.
13% of respondents thought Arthur’s Seat was in Brecon, Wales rather than Edinburgh and 10% thought the Clifton Suspension Bridge was in Liverpool rather than Bristol.
Finally, 10% thought Land’s End was more in Edinburgh than Cornwall.
In the battle of the sexes, men took the trophy and gave more correct answers than women.
The Angel of the North is seen by 33,000,000 motorists each year, but less than half of women correctly guessed it was in Tyne and Wear compared to 56% of men.
Three out of five men guessed that correctly stonehenge is in Wiltshire compared to only half of women.
Of those surveyed, 86% of men correctly identified Tower Bridge as being in London, compared to 83% of women.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/18397010/millennials-dont-know-british-landmarks/ Almost half of millennials don’t know where Big Ben and other British landmarks are located