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Euro Quiz # 78 - Matters of State

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Matters of State...

1- In 1957, six countries signed the Treaty of Rome, which extended the earlier co-operation within the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and created the European Economic Community (EEC), establishing a customs union.>

What were these six countries who created what evolved into today's EU?

2- Name as many European kings or queens - with actual first names - that you can?

3- Of all moarchs who is the 2nd longest reigning after Q E II?

4- Who is the most recently ascended European king or queen? (Popes not included)

5- Name at least five political heads of state - not heads of state on paper but those who actually are top politifcal dog in their country (like Obama is here)?

6- Who is the longest serving in consecutive years of any EU government head - again not kings or queens but people like David Cameron - heads of the government.

7- Who is (or was) Georges Marchais?

8- The Schengen Accords were named after this town - why was it symbolically chosen and where is it?

9- The Netherlands is often said to have two capitals - but really only one - why the confusion and where is the effective governmental capital and why is the other city also at times eroneously considered to be the capaital?

10 - France's Marie Le Pen has a famous father - who is he and why is he famous? And why is he often called half blind?

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