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Euro Trivia quiz #21 - Potpourri

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Back by overwhelming popular demand - to quote George W Bush "I mis-under-estimated the popular demand so here it is, the first quiz of 2015!

1- Including Iceland name the capitals of the Scandinavian countries?

2- (Wiki): "It is the tallest church in the world, and the 4th tallest structure built before the 20th century, with a steeple measuring 161.5 metres (530 ft)[2] and containing 768 steps. Where is the world's tallest church located and what is its proper name?

3- This bridge in Berlin's Wannssee/Potsdam area was called 'The Bridge of Spies" in the Cold War because spies from both sides were exchanged on this bridge between East and West Germany/Berlin.

4- Oscar Wile's tomb in this famous cemetery is a popular tourist attraction? What cemetery?

5- The Battle of the Bulge occurred in and around what famous forest and hilly region of what country?

6- This city's King's Day draws huge mobs to this town - what town and when generally is King's Day?

7- This rather small town or village near D-Day Landing Beaches in Normandy is famous for this "Paratrooper Window"?

8- Where did the Allies in WW2 stage Operation Overlord?

9- In 1966 The New Vaudeville Band released this song named after a cathedral and went to near the top of the charts - what cathedral was it.
("XXXXXXXXX Cathedral
You're bringing me down
You stood and you watched as
My baby left town"

10 - Smack by the Pont de l'Alma RER station in Paris near the Eiffel Tower you can visit this weird underground attraction named Les Xxxxxx de Paris? What is the name of this subterraneas and at times smelly place you can tour?

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