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Euro Travel Quiz # 50 - Potpourri!

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1- Paris has one funicular - where does it take folks up to?

2- Trummelbach Falls near Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland, is a rather unique water falls - why?

3- The Hague's Madurodam is one of the city's most popular sights - what is it?

4- In France at restaurants what on the menu means T.T.C.?

5- If you go to a Guignol Show in Paris' Luxemburg Gardens or other parks what will you see?

6- Where in London would you go to take in the spectacle of Speakers' Corner - be as precise as possible.

7- The Maison Picassiette is a famous example of Art Naive - art by non-trained artists, thus naive - this house features chards of glass and bottles a street sweeper picked up in the daily work and fashioned into designs and items in his house and especially in his garden - including a mini model of this town's famous cathedral.

8- If you take a Ryan Air flight from London to Paris you may have to land in this rather remote to the northeast of Paris city featuring one of the country's tallest cathedrals.

9 - This German town's Weissenhof was a novel type of new modern houses and apartments for working class folk - it is famous now for its Bauhaus-style housing.

10- Something is rotten in Denmark - where is Hamlet's Castle?

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