How much do you know about the history, geography, culture and genealogy of Denbighshire?
Answer all twenty questions, then click the button at the bottom of the page to find out how well you've done.
Question 1 - Which is the county town of Denbighshire?
Question 2 - Which was once the home of the 'Ladies of Llangollen'?
Question 3 - On which river does the city of St. Asaph stand?
Question 4 - Which parish church contains the family vault of the Yale's of Plas yn Iâl?
Question 5 - In which building is the Denbighshire Record Office situated?
Question 6 - Which parish church is known as the 'Marble Church'?
Question 7 - Around which lake has the Rhyl Miniature Railway run since 1911?
Question 8 - Which newspaper was established in 1843 in Denbigh by Thomas Gee?
Question 9 - The parish church at Gwyddelwern is dedicated to which saint?
Question 10 - Which of the Llanarmon yn Iâl censuses is officially 'missing'?
Question 11 - The parish of Derwen was in which Poor Law Union?
Question 12 - Where is the source of the River Clwyd?
Question 13 - Which historic Meirionydd commote became part of Denbighshire in 1996?
Question 14 - Where was the North Wales Sanatorium, a tuberculosis hospital, built in WWI?
Question 15 - What was explorer Henry Morton Stanley's name at birth?
Question 16 - Which church was built around 1300 as a Garrison Chapel to Denbigh Castle?
Question 17 - Which historic Denbigh house was the seat of the Salusbury family?
Question 18 - In which parish can Valle Crucis Abbey and Eliseg's Pillar be found?
Question 19 - Which ship has lain wrecked in the Foryd harbour since 1906?
Question 20 - Which ancient Dyffryn Clwyd parish comprised of only one township, Rhydellteyrn?
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