People in History
Name these cityscapes
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The name for this island city-state means Lion City.
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Nicknamed the Garden City of Lights, the most recognizable landmark is the Petronas Towers.
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Take a bite out of this one if you can.
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The patron saint of this city, Denis, had his headache permanently cured by the Romans.
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Over 90% of this City's citizens use public transportation.
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This UNESCO World Heritage Site is sometimes referred to as the Queen of the Adriatic.
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This ancient city was once part of the Roman Empire.
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In this "Paris of the East," you'll find the Yu Garden with its traditional pavilions, towers, and ponds.
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One of the neighborhoods of this city translates into English as "City of God."
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This city is nicknamed The City of Azaleas.
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The average score is 95%
Name these languages
What language is NOT a regional language of Spain?
Which of these languages is an example of a language isolate? (unrelated to any other existing languages.)
What is the oldest living language in the world?
What language ceased to be a dead language and is an example of a linguistic revival?
Which of these languages is NOT a Slavic language?
Cantonese is natively spoken in where?
90-95% of Afrikaans vocabulary has its origin in what other language?
Which of these languages is more closely related to Finnish?
The Breton language is spoken natively in what country?
Which of these languages is NOT a Semitic language?
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Do you know these masterpieces?
Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci can be found in what museum?
John Bauer (1882-1918), an illustrator of landscapes and mythology, was from what country?
Where do you need to go to visit Michelangelo's famous statue of David?
Alphonse Mucha was one of the most influential figures of the Art Nouveau movement. But where was he from?
This piece of art by the Early Netherlandish master Hieronymus Bosch is called what?
Polykleitos statue Doryphoros (Spear-Bearer) was meant to demonstrate what?
This piece of art by Marcel Duchamp, called "Fountain" created in 1917 is an example of what art movement?
The Renaissance painter Caravaggio was known for using what technique?
Norman Rockwell is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life he created for what magazine?
The "Swaying Dancer" was painted by what Impressionist artist?