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- What European city, once known as the ‘city of coronations’ was renamed as the ‘city of martyrs’ after suffering the devastating effects of WWI?
- What country in Europe is completely surrounded by another, and has the oldest written constitution?
- When it is ultimately finished what will be the largest Gothic cathedral in the world?
- What country has more than 1/2 of the natural lakes in the entire world?
- What is the most visited site in Europe?
- Of the 27 European Union countries, in how many would you drive on the left side of the road?
- The body of water known as the East Sea in German and Swedish and the West Sea in Estonian is known by which name in English?
- Which city has Europe’s oldest university, is regarded as the food capital of its country, and is called ‘the Red One’, referring to the colour of its buildings?
- What geographical feature marks the border between Europe and Asia?
- What is Europe’s highest point?
- What city in Belgium is famous for its cutting edge fashion design industry?
- Which country has the oldest national flag, in use since 1191?
- What southern city is the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder
of the Girl Scouts?
- What US wine-growing region’s name means “Valley of the Moon”?
- What is Europe’s longest river?
- What city is the setting for Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”?
- What palace, inspired by the theme of paradise on earth and described by poets
as “a pearl set amidst emeralds,” was first built as a Moorish fortress?
- Which city has been occupied since the 11th century, was once part of the Republic of Texas, and enjoys an open-air opera?
- What river’s name came from the goddess Sequana?
- What city grew from 200 to 36,000 in less than 4 years?