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Groups of Things Europe

Name these groups relating to Europe
Quiz by mrnafe
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Last updated: February 27, 2018
First submittedFebruary 27, 2018
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Multiple Summer Olympic host cities (including upcoming games)
Athens
 
London
 
Paris
Capitals of Italy since unification
Turin
 
Florence
 
Rome
Major Roman walls in Scotland
Antonine wall
 
Hadrian's wall
Major language groups of europe
Romance (Latin)
 
Germanic
 
Slavic
Nations that declared themselves neutral in WWII
Andorra
 
Estonia
 
Ireland
 
Latvia
 
Liechtenstein
 
Lithuania
 
Monaco
 
Portugal
 
San Marino
 
Spain
 
Sweden
 
Switzerland
 
Vatican City
5 Oldest Universities in Europe
Bologna
 
Oxford
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Salamanca
 
Cambridge
 
Padova
5 Largest European companies (by revenue)
Royal Dutch Shell
 
BP
 
Total
 
Volkswagen
 
Glencore Xstrata
FIFA World Cup winning captains
Franz Beckenbauer
 
Fabio Cannavaro
 
Iker Casillas
 
Gianpiero Combi
 
Didier Deschamps
 
Philipp Lahm
 
Lothar Matthaus
 
Giuseppe Meazza
 
Bobby Moore
 
Fritz Walter
 
Dino Zoff
Largest non capital cities (according to world atlas)
Barcelona
 
St Petersburg
 
Milan
 
Manchester
 
Birmingham
Countries the large hadron collider (LHC) at CERN straddles
France
 
Switzerland
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
Usual JP style would maybe not require typing the word wall, i.e. Hadrian's should be enough? Good quiz but need more time. Cheers
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level 75
Feb 27, 2018
Thanks for the input, yeah I'll alter the type ins to accept Hadrian and Antonine without the wall. I'll bump the time up a minute too. Cheers
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level 77
Mar 15, 2019
Romance doesn't work for "Romance (Latin)"; I had to type in latin for it to be accepted. Please fix. You should also accept Padua for Padova; that's what it is called in English.