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Question 1: For example, a community has existed for over a millennium in the Holy Land, and one of the four quarters of the walled old city of Jerusalem has been called the ________.
ArmeniansArmenian QuarterArmenian diasporaOld City (Jerusalem)

Question 2: The Armenians developed close social, cultural, military, and religious ties with nearby Crusader States, but eventually succumbed to the ________ invaders.
Bahri dynastyMamlukAyyubid dynastyMongol Empire

Question 3: The first Armenian churches were built on the orders of ________, and were often built on top of pagan temples, and imitated some aspects of Armenian pre-Christian architecture.
ItalyOrthodox ChurchArmenian Apostolic ChurchGregory the Illuminator

Question 4: Armenians are also present in every country in Latin America, with the largest concentrations being found in Brazil, ________, Uruguay, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Costa Rica, and Mexico.
NicaraguaPeruBuenos AiresArgentina

Question 5:
What is the population of Armenians?

Question 6: The Armenians (Armenian: հայեր, hayer) are a nation and ethnic group which originated in the ________ and the Armenian Highland.
CaucasusAsiaGeorgia (country)Europe

Question 7: In football, their most successful team was Yerevan's FC Ararat, which had claimed most of the Soviet championships in the 70s and had also gone to post victories against professional clubs like ________ in the Euro cup.
Hamburger SVVfL WolfsburgFC Bayern MunichVfB Stuttgart

Question 8:
What region does Armenians belong to?
Eastern Europe and the Balkans
n French n Italian n Spanish n Portuguese n Romanian
Europe and North America

Question 9:
What is the metropolitican population of Armenians?
7.3 - 7.4 million

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  St. Mesrob Mashtots invented the Armenian alphabet in the year 406.
  Armenian-populated regions in Anatolia and the Transcaucasus in the year 1896.
  Armenian-populated regions in Anatolia and the Transcaucasus in the year 1896.
  Traditional Armenian Dance

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