Italian Geography #1

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Which river flows through Rome?
Tiber
What is the tallest active volcano in Europe?
Mount Etna
What is the largest island of Italy?
Sicily
What is the nickname of Rome?
The Eternal City
What upside-down Y-like shaped lake in Lombardy is a famous tourist attraction?
Lake Como
What sea is located between the Italian Peninsula and the Balkans?
Adriatic Sea
In what city is Juventus F.C. based?
Turin
What famous mountain is located near the ski district of Breuil-Cervinia?
Cervino (Matterhorn)
What still-standing concrete dome served as a temple to all Gods?
Pantheon
What is the term for an Italian country home?
Villa
What mountain range runs through the Italian peninsula?
Apennines
Which sub-sea of the Mediterranean is located between Italy and Greece?
Ionian Sea
What type of boat is Venice is famous for?
Gondola
What is the most populous city that is located on the "toe" of the Italian peninsula?
Reggio Calabria
In what Italian region is Florence located?
Tuscany
What is the birth country of the greatest number of foreign-born Italian residents?
Romania
How do one call someone from the city of Naples?
Neapolitan
In which Italian city does the Shakespeare play of Rome and Juliet take place?
Verona
What is the name of the most famous string of centuries-old seaside villages on
the rugged Italian Riviera coastline?
Cinque Terre
What town hosted the 1956 Winter Olympics and will again in 2026 with Milan?
Cortina d'Ampezzo
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Nov 3, 2019
Nice quiz!