Statistics for French Geography Quiz #3

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  • This quiz has been taken 143 times
  • The average score is 14 of 20

Answer Stats

QuestionAnswer% Correct
After what French city is a famous type of mustard named?Dijon
96%
What famous monument is located at the end of the above?Arc de {Triomphe}
95%
The President of France is considered one of the co-princes of what tiny country?Andorra
89%
In what Paris avenue does the bike race Tour de France end?{Champs}-Élysées
88%
What region east of Paris is famous for sparkling wine?Champagne
88%
What is the busiest airport of Paris?Charles de Gaulle
88%
What city in southern France was home to the papacy in the 1300s?Avignon
86%
What cabaret is known as the birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance?Moulin Rouge
85%
What city is Joan of Arc nicknamed to be the "maid of"?Orléans
83%
What is the capital of Corsica?Ajaccio
73%
What symbol appears on the French royal coat of arms?Fleur-de-lis
70%
What line of fortresses was meant to protect France from Germany during WWII?{Maginot} Line
69%
What city is the headquarters of the Interpol?Lyon
65%
What Alpine spa town is known for bottled water?Évian-les-Bains
65%
Name one of the two French islands located on the east coast of Africa.Mayotte | Réunion
61%
What island is the counter-part of Futuna?Wallis
55%
What language, starting with O, was historically the dominant one in southern France?Occitan
52%
What Flemish city, known for textiles, did France annex in 1668?Lille
47%
On what river are the cities Bordeaux and Toulouse located?Garonne
39%
What French island in the Caribbean did Sweden purchase in 1784, but returned it in 1878
to France after a referendum?
Saint Barthélemy
28%

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