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Amt (administrative division): Quiz

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Question 1: The amt (plural, amter; English, "County") was an administrative unit of ________ (and, historically, of Denmark-Norway).
LuxembourgSpainDenmarkLithuania

Question 2: From 1662 to 1919, the ________ were called amter.
OsloCounties of EstoniaCounties of NorwayAutonomous communities of Spain

Question 3: Ambachten existed in Holland, Zeeland and ________ up to about 1800.
BelgiumFlandersLilleSouthern Netherlands

Question 4: An amt, as well as the other above-mentioned units, is subordinate to a ________, and is subdivided into municipalities.
MunicipalityProvinceDistrictIndependent city

Question 5: It is generally larger than a ________, and the term is thus roughly equivalent to a U.S.
ProvinceLocal administrative unitMunicipalityTownship

Question 6: Some states have similar administrative units called Samtgemeinde (Lower Saxony), Verbandsgemeinde (Rhineland-Palatinate) or Verwaltungsgemeinschaft (Baden-Württemberg, ________, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia).
RegensburgAugsburgMunichBavaria

Question 7: The Amt (plural, Ämter) is unique to the German Bundesländer (federal states) of Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and ________.
SaxonySilesiaBrandenburgOder







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