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Euro Trivia Quiz #16

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Back by popular demand! Today's Euro Trivia Quiz: Places and Towns

1- Name the 5 Cinque Terre towns and in order from one end to the other.

2- What are the five English towns that comprised the Cinque Ports or Five Ports?

3- Hadrian's Villa is near this Italian town and the famous Villa d'Este (known for its fantastic water gardens and splish-splashing fountains).

4- Name three of 'Mad' Ludwig's castles the mad king had built in the mid to late 1800s?

5- Gritty town in whose basilica traditionally kings and queens of France were buried and still are?

6- French city where French kings and queens were traditionally crowned in its cathedral.

7 - Place in Switzerland where James Bond's On Her Majesty's Secret Service was partyly filmed in its Piz Gloria, a mountain top building with famous revolving restaurant.

8- French city where Malcolm Miller gives tours through its world-famous cathedral.

9- Van Gogh and Cezanne and other Impressionists painters hung out in the late 1800s - Van Gogh shot himself here and died in his room in the local inn.

10- Small French town in the Gatinais where many Chinese now flock to see where many of the famous Chinese revolutionary figures gathered in the 1920s (Wiki says: "The list of those who passed through XXXXXXX reads like a revolutionary Who's Who, including Deng Xiaoping and Zhou Enlai.

First to name all winners gets a free year of posting on Fodor's!

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