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Question 1: The Azores lies a third of the distance between ________ and North America.
Eastern EuropeWestern EuropeEuropeBalkans

Question 2: Note: ________ became a kingdom as part of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, and the Algarve (Reino Unido de Portugal, Brasil e Algarve(s) 1815-1822), independence in 1822.
MozambiqueAngolaBrazilEast Timor

Question 3: Following the ________, the regions and provinces were abolished and the districts became the second level administrative regions.
Carnation RevolutionPortuguese First RepublicPortugalEstado Novo (Portugal)

Question 4: Valimar gathers 6 municipalities: Arcos de Valdevez, ________, Esposende, Ponte da Barca, Ponte de Lima and Viana do Castelo.The largest (and only city) is Viana do Castelo.
Vila Nova de CerveiraMonçãoCaminhaValença Municipality, Portugal

Question 5: The ________ (Açores, in Portuguese) is an archipelago of nine islands and some islets discovered and settled by the Portuguese in the 15th century.
PortugalSaint HelenaAzoresMadeira

Question 6: The ________ (GAM de Lisboa) consists of 18 municipalities (in two subregions: Grande Lisboa and Península de Setubal).
Lisbon Metropolitan AreaLisbon DistrictLisboa RegionAlmada

Question 7: The two Autonomous Regions (regiões autónomas, singular região autónoma), in the ________, correspond to NUTS I, II and III.
Atlantic OceanPacific OceanIndian OceanArctic Ocean

Question 8:
  • ________ (Portuguese: concelhos)
    Administrative divisions of PortugalViseuList of municipalities of PortugalAzores

Question 9: The capital of the Greater Metropolitan Area is the densely populated city of ________.
AthensMadridLisbonParis

Question 10: The capital is ________.The largest city is Entroncamento.
Gualdim PaisLisbonJewsTomar







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