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Word Chain - Italy

Guess these words related to Italy. The last letter of each word is the same as the first letter of the next word.
  • All the answers are a single word
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Jul 12, 2017
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2006 Winter Olympics host
City near Mount Vesuvius
Italy's second largest island
Sea on Italy's east coast
Gladiatorial arena of ancient Rome
Italy's most populous metro area
Emperor during the great fire
of ancient Rome
Musical style of Verdi and Puccini
Saint Francis of _____
Name of 13 "pure" popes
Italian word for Earth
Fashion mogul Giorgio
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Answer
Lampedusa or Elba, for example
Italian term for a cathedral
Ancient Roman poet who wrote
"Metamorphoses"
Michelangelo's most famous sculpture
Motorcycle manufacturer
18-time Italian soccer champs:
____ Milan
Common subject in ancient
Roman education
Dante's trilogy: The Divine _____
Country invaded by Italy in 1941
Malpensa or Fiumicino, for example
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level 78
Jul 12, 2017
While both Colosseum and Coliseum are used for that building in Rome, shouldn't there still be a consensus across JetPunk quizzes? The Satellite Images - Europe quiz gives "Coliseum" as an answer. - Yes, both are acceptable type-ins in both quizzes, but consistency?
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level 77
Jul 13, 2017
Both spellings are correct though, so if a certain spelling is not allowed then that would mean a correct answer does not work, and that wouldn't be good.
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level ∞
Jul 13, 2017
I like it better this way since people can learn that both spellings are valid.
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level 60
Jan 11, 2018
I guess the most similar one to the Italian correct spelling should be considered more appropriate, shouldn't it? Italian: Colosseo Exactly the way we spell Notre Dame de Paris as it is in French
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level 67
Jul 13, 2017
Inter ♥
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level 69
Jul 16, 2017
Can you accept Pompeii for 'city near Vesuvius' or indicate that you mean current not historic?
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level 57
Jul 17, 2017
N as the first letter should be a great indicator.
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level 42
Nov 19, 2017
could you accept "adria" for "adriatic" because in my language it is adrian so it would be easier
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level 56
Jan 11, 2018
The quiz is in English. It's not practical to accommodate every other language.
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level 73
Jan 14, 2018
The next word begins with c - this is a word chain - so Adria doesn't work.
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level 70
Jan 11, 2018
Unless I'm missing something, 'Common subject in Roman education' is a bit vague isn't it? Tried philosophy, maths, Latin, etc
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level 58
Jan 11, 2018
...but this is a word chain quiz and none of them start with 'r' and end with 'c' which is needed to fit the quiz. It should be fairly obvious that they aren't correct.
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level 70
Jan 11, 2018
Ah yes, sorry - blond moment.

I don't usually fall into that trap with the word chain quizzes, honest!
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level 40
Jan 11, 2018
Opera is a musical genre, not a style. Stylistically, Verdi and Puccini would both be generally described as Romantic (and there are plenty of non-Romantic operas).
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level 52
Jan 12, 2018
Motorcycle manufacturer: Aprilia ... what, no? but it is...
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level 54
Jan 13, 2018
Aprilia doesn't start with 'D'. This is a word chain quiz.
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level 74
Jan 15, 2018
I thought of "Idris" for the Elba answer...
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level 46
Jan 17, 2018
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