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Europe A to Z: Part 1 (A to M)

written by: dippo
 
This is a quiz on various places in Europe.

Question 1:


This bridge across the Rhine was an objective of the allied Operation Market Garden in 1944. A movie of the battle was later made.
Aachen
Annaheim
Arnhem
Antwerp

Question 2:


This was the capital of the German Federal Republic (BRD), prior to the 1991 unification with the German Democratic Republic (DDR).
Bonn
Bremen
Berlin
Bern

Question 3:


The statue of the Little Mermaid is in this harbour.
Cherbourg
Copenhagen
Cork
Cannes

Question 4:


This town was the scene of a famous naval evacuation in 1940.
Dunkirk
Deauville
Dover
Dieppe

Question 5:


This Dutch town is famous for its cheese which is usually sold in spheres, and coated in wax.
Emmental
Edam
Epicerie
Eden

Question 6:


This German city is the headquarters of the European Central Bank, and the birthplace of Johann Wolfgang Goethe.
Frankfurt an der Oder
Freiburg
Frankfurt am Main
Fulda

Question 7:


Lech Walesa, a former president of Poland, was the leader of an unofficial strike at the Lenin Shipyard in this town.
Gstaat
Gstadt
Gdansk
Gday

Question 8:


A suburb of Edinburgh, this is the seat of the Scottish Parliament, and the British Queen's official residence in Scotland.
Holyrood
Hollywood
Hollyrood
Holyhead

Question 9:


The headquarters of a German car producer whose tag line is 'Vorsprung durch Technik' are located in this city.
Ingolstadt
Interlaken
Innsbruck
Iserlohn

Question 10:


This Spanish city is famous for horses, motor sport and the Sherry wine.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 11:


Situated on the Baltic Sea, this city is linked to the North Sea via a canal of the same name.
Kiel
Kronstadt
Kaiserslautern
Karlsruhe

Question 12:


Which of these countries was one of the six original members of the European Community (then known as the Common Market).
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Latvia
Liechtenstein

Question 13:


This Italian city on the Olona river is famous for its fashion, its soccer clubs, and a Grand Prix circuit.
Marseilles
Modena
Milan
Monte Carlo

 


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