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Question 1: What is the name of the river upon which Paris stands?
(A) The River Limousine
(B) The River Green Cruises
(C) The Seine
(D) The Marne River
Question 2: Founded about 1257 A.D., the name of the University is?
(A) The Harvard
(B) The Sorbonne
(C) The Oxford
(D) The MIT
Question 3: Who is the patron saint of Paris?
(A) St Alfred
(B) St Genevieve
(C) St Manual
(D) St Robert
Question 4: The pre-eminent theatre of France has it’s home in Paris.What is it called?
(A) La Comedie Francaise
(B) Grand Lake Theatre
(C) Cinema São Jorge
(D) The Projector
Question 5: In the year 3 B.C. a Celtic tribe, the Parisii, occupied and fortified the Ile de la Cite.What name did they give to it?
Question 6: The Eiffel Tower was built for what occasion in 1889?
(A) Paris National Day
(B) Paris Foundation Day
(C) Paris Memorable Day
(D) Paris World Fair
Question 7: In which building can you visit Napoleon’s tomb?
(A) Mount of Olives
(B) Gross Fredenwalde
(C) Panga ya Saidi Site
(D) Les Invalides
Question 8: As it flows through Paris, the river contains two islands. Name them please.
(A) Ile de la Cite and Ile de St Louis
(B) Seine and loire
(C) Garonne and Rhone
(D) Meuse and Adour
Question 9: In what period did Paris become the capital of France?
(A) Late 11th century
(B) Late 9th century
(C) Late 8th century
(D) Late 10th century
Question 10: By what name were the old central food markets known?
(B) Les Halles
Question 11: What is the highest point in Paris?
(A) Butte de Montmartre (423 ft above sea level)
(B) Butte de Montmartre (523 ft above sea level)
(C) Butte de Montmartre (723 ft above sea level)
(D) Butte de Montmartre (623 ft above sea level)
Question 12: Paris contains a famous botanical garden. Its name ?
(A) Pouso Verde
(B) Les Tuileries
(C) Kew Gardens B and B.
(D) Courtyard Chicago Highland Park
Question 13: On the Ile de la Cite there is a world famous cathedral, dating back to 1163 A.D. What is it called?
(A) Notre Dame
(B) Cologne Cathedral
(C) Duomo Di Milano
(D) St Stephen Cathedral
Question 14: Who, in the mid 19th century, was responsible for making many changes to the urban landscape?
(A) Baron George Haussman
(B) Charles Booth
(C) Jacob Riis
(D) Daniel Burnham
Question 15: What is the official residence of the President called?
(A) The Rashtrapati Bhavan
(B) Grand Kremlin Palace
(C) The Lodge in Canberra
(D) Palais de l’Elysee