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European Cities, Part II

written by: marcing
 
Try to identify these European cities.

Question 1:


Which city houses the oldest Polish university, established in 1364?
Kraków (Cracow)
Vilnius
Praha (Prague)
Warszawa (Warsaw)

Question 2:


In 1991 inhabitants of this Balkan city celebrated after their football club, Crvena Zvezda, won the European Cup.
Bucharest
Belgrade
Berno
Budapest

Question 3:


Legend has it that Martin Luther nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in this city, thus beginning the Reformation.
Nuernberg
Mainz
Insbruck
Wittenberg

Question 4:


Which city is nicknamed "Queen of the Adriatic"?
Trieste
Dubrovnik
Venice (Venezia)
Genoa

Question 5:


In which Danish city was Hans Christian Andersen born?
Odense
Aalborg
Copenhagen
Goeteborg

Question 6:


Strasbourg is the main city of the Alsace region which is located in this country.
Germany
the Netherlands
Switzerland
France

Question 7:


Which city's name literally means "merchants' harbour"?
Seville
Copenhagen
Venice
Gdansk

Question 8:


The former name of this city was Breslau and it used to be a major city of south-eastern Germany. It came under Polish administration in 1945. What is its present-day name?
Chemnitz
Brno
Wrocław
Brzeg

Question 9:


Which city was surrounded by an enormous Turkish army in 1683 and was saved by a much smaller multinational army led by the Polish king Jan III Sobieski?
Warsaw
Prague
Budapest
Vienna

Question 10:


In what city is the European Central Bank located?
Brussels
Paris
Frankfurt
Zurich

Question 11:


This city, which is an administrative center of a Russian enclave, was once a Prussian city called Königsberg.
Leningrad
St. Petersburg
Kaliningrad
Królewiec

Question 12:


This European capital consists of two parts, which used to be separate cities until 1873.
Madrid
Vienna
Budapest
Paris

 


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