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Question 1: These rocks appear all over the region, but the most impressive examples are at Laon and the ________ ridge.
Chemin des DamesCorbenyFère-en-TardenoisBouconville-Vauclair

Question 2: Aisne is one of the original 83 departments created during the ________ on March 4, 1790.
French RevolutionFrench DirectoryNational Constituent AssemblyNational Convention

Question 3: Aisne borders the ________ Forest and Belgium to the northeast.
Meuse (river)ArdennesLiègeWallonia

Question 4: Most of the old growth forests in the area were destroyed during battles in ________.
Western Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War ICaucasus Campaign

Question 5: The French offensive against the ________ in spring 1917 is sometimes referred to as the Second Battle of the Aisne.
Chemin des DamesBouconville-VauclairFère-en-TardenoisLaon

Question 6: Aisne (French pronunciation: [ɛːn]) is a department in the northern part of ________ named after the Aisne River.
ItalyCanadaUnited KingdomFrance

Question 7: During ________ a number of significant architectural monuments were destroyed.
World War ICaucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)Armenian Genocide

Question 8: See also: List of the ________.
ViffortVigneux-HocquetVierzyCommunes of the Aisne department

Question 9: ________ is known for its production of mirrors, which started in the 17th century.
Nippon Sheet GlassSaint-GobainCorning IncorporatedPPG Industries

Question 10: ________ is one of the most important industrial crops of the area.
SugarcaneSugar beetMaizePotato







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