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Question 1: This is especially important in older parts of the city such as ________ and Rockcliffe Park.
OttawaSandy HillDowntown OttawaLower Town

Question 2: The Greenbelt has remained largely intact, but Ottawa's newest suburbs such as Kanata, ________, and Orleans have jumped over the belt.
BarrhavenGreenbank RoadWoodroffe AvenueOttawa O-Train

Question 3: Moshe Safdie, the ________ and Old City Hall
Culture of CanadaCanadian Museum of CivilizationSupreme Court of CanadaNational Gallery of Canada

Question 4: The most important of these buildings was the ________, unquestionably Ottawa's most famous building and one also acclaimed by architectural critics.
House of Commons of CanadaMonarchy of CanadaParliament of CanadaSenate of Canada

Question 5: The older suburbs each have central shopping malls, such as Billings Bridge Plaza, ________, Carlingwood Mall.
Les Promenades de l'OutaouaisPlace d'OrléansHazeldean MallBayshore Shopping Centre

Question 6: David Ewart, ________, Canadian Museum of Nature, Connaught Building
Nickel (Canadian coin)Rideau HallCanadian dollarRoyal Canadian Mint

Question 7: Thomas Fuller, original ________ Centre Block
Parliament of CanadaSenate of CanadaMonarchy of CanadaHouse of Commons of Canada

Question 8: One long standing rule that had a great effect on the downtown core, was a rule prohibiting buildings from being taller than the 92 meter tall ________.
Centre BlockParliament HillPeace TowerEast Block

Question 9: The houses in these areas tend to be in Victorian or ________, but rarely have any conspicuous ornamentation.
Moorish Revival architectureTudor Revival architectureQueen Anne Style architectureSpanish Colonial Revival architecture

Question 10: One distinctive area is the ________, home to dozens of small shops and restaurants.
OttawaChâteau LaurierByWard MarketCanadian War Museum







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