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Belsnickel: Quiz

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Question 1:
Belsnickel, Dwarf and Pied Piper of Hamelin are all:
German folklore Christian folklore American folklore Christmas characters

Question 2:
Belsnickel, Lizzie Borden and Pocahontas are all:
Christian folklore Christmas characters German folklore American folklore

Question 3: In Pennsylvania Dutch communities, it is also a mythical being who visits children at ________ time.
ChristmasYule logWassailingYule

Question 4: In ________, it is spelled as it is in German language: Pelznikel.
North AmericaSouth AmericaAmericasLatin America

Question 5:
Belsnickel, Santa Claus and Holy Grail are all:
Christmas characters Christian folklore American folklore German folklore

Question 6: Belsnickel and Christkind are also found among population of Volga German descent in ________.
ChileBrazilArgentinaBuenos Aires

Question 7: Among some families of German descent, Belsnickel delivers socks or shoes full of candy to children on the feast day of St. Nicholas, ________.
March 4December 12December 6January 1

Question 8: Belsnickel is the fur-clad Santa of the Palatinate (Pfalz) in southwestern ________ along the Rhine, the Saarland, and the Odenwald region of Baden-W├╝rttemberg.
GreecePolandNetherlandsGermany

Question 9:
Belsnickel, Santa Claus and Saint Nicholas are all:
Christmas characters American folklore Christian folklore German folklore

Question 10: In ________, it is often spelled Belsnickel, Belschnickel, Belznickle or Belznickel.
AmericasSouth AmericaAmericas (terminology)North America







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