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Aalborg: Quiz


Question 1: There are 414 kilometres (by Great Belt Fixed Link) to ________.

Question 2: Jens Bang's House, a five story building built in 1624 by the merchant Jens Bang is an example of ________.
Renaissance Revival architectureItalian RenaissanceRenaissance architectureBaroque architecture

Question 3: Aalborg is home to De Danske Spritfabrikker's ("Danish Distillers") ________ snaps, production facility for the distillation of the Aalborg family of akvavits consisting of 17 different brands.

Question 4: During the ________, Aalborg prospered and became one of the largest cities in Denmark.
High Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesLate Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 5: There are 450 kilometres to Hamburg in ________.

Question 6: They play their games at ________.
Denmark national under-21 football teamEnergi Nord ArenaEssex Park RandersBlue Water Arena

Question 7: Its population, as of 2009, is 122,461,[2] making it the fourth largest in the country after ________, Århus, and Odense.

Question 8: During the German invasion of Denmark in 1940, the Aalborg Aerodrome was captured by German ________ very early in the action and Aalborg is said to be the first city ever to be captured by paratroopers.
World War IIFallschirmjägerParatrooperAirborne forces

Question 9: Aalborg is still an industrial and commercial centre in Denmark, exporting grain, ________ and fish.
Fly ashConcretePortland cementCement

Question 10: Aalborg is located 120 kilometres north of ________, 82 kilometres north of Randers and 50 kilometres north of Hobro.

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