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Euro Potpourri Quiz #24

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Back by overwhelming popular demand from here and abroad! And time to get tougher questions!

1- Albert Speer, convicted of war crimes after WW 2 ended spent his 20-yer sentence in this West Berlin prison?

2- This Czech Republic thermal resort that once drew royals and rich folks from all over Europe, was called Carlsbad under German control - what is its name today?

3- Ann Arbor, Michigan, a quintessential university town, has as a sister city this German college town just south of Stuttgart?

4- Austrian trains that run between Salzburg and Innsbruck via a large slice of German are called what kind of Zugs?

5- Kleine Schiedegg is a famouds place in the Berner Oberland - what does the name Kleine Schiedegg mean in German?

6- Why are many Italians now paying for two cups of coffee in a caffe when they are only drinking one? (Not tipping!)

7- This Shrine in San Giovanni Rotondo, southern Italy, is the second-most visited Catholic shrine in the world. Who do pilgrims flock to pay homage to here?

8- After the salt water Zuider Zee was dyked off from the sea it gradually became fresh water and is now known by what name?

9 Every June 16th Dublin celebrates this day that coincides with the events of one day in James Joyce's famous novel - what is the novel and what is this day, featuring pop crawls thru town, called?

10- Lyon France is located where two main rivers converge - what are the rivers?

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