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Euro Travel Quiz #28 - Kings and Queens and Religion...

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1- What is the tallest cathedral in Germany (and Europe too) - at 157.4 metres?

2- What was the world's tallest building from 1876-89 and is still the tallest church building in France? (At 151.0 metres)

3- What countries in Europe have historically been Catholic countries up till nidern times?

4- What countries still have a king or queen or prince, etc - what countries are manarchies - all except one being Constitutional monarchies with very real little power for the monarch but one is an absolute monarchy.

5- .A place in a large Dutch city where in 1620 Pilgrims from Leiden set sail for the New World by boat for England to join with the Mayflower to set sail for the New World.

6- Since 1928, most members of the British Royal Family, except for sovereigns and their consorts, have been interred here. Among those interred here are three of Queen Victoria's children (Princess Helena, 1846–1923; Prince Arthur, 1850–1942; Princess Louise, 1848–1939) as well as one former monarch (Edward VIII, 1894–1972, later the Duke of Windsor). What is this mausoleum called and where is it?

7- Where was Marie-Antoinette jailed in Paris - today visitors can see the cell where she was held until taking that trip to the guillotine.

8- This world-renown concert hall in or adjacent to London's Hyde Park is named the Royal XXXXXXX Hall?

9- Who is the current King of The Netherlands?

10 - Who is the oldest monarch in Europe?

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