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Question 1:
Belz, Galicia (Eastern Europe) and Carpathian Ruthenia are all:
Polish historical regions Galicia (Eastern Europe) Belz Hasidism Ukrainian historical regions

Question 2: Beltz), a small town in the ________ (province) of western Ukraine, near the border with Poland, is located between the Solokiya river (affluent of the Bug river, called Western Bug) and the Rzeczyca stream.
Lviv OblastOdessa OblastKharkiv OblastTernopil Oblast

Question 3: 'Bălţi' (Бельцы/Beljcy, also known in Yiddish as 'Beltz'), ________ (Bessarabia)
RomaniaSerbiaUkraineMoldova

Question 4: Originally this song was composed for a town which bears a similarly sounding name in Yiddish (belts), called Bălţi in Moldovan/Romanian, and is located in ________ (presently the Moldova Republic).
Carpathian RutheniaBukovinaBudjakBessarabia

Question 5:
Belz, Silesia and Galicia (Eastern Europe) are all:
Belz Hasidism Shtetls Ukrainian historical regions Polish historical regions

Question 6: ________ (1902-1949), son of Yissachar Dov Rokeach (I), the third Belzer Rebbe, and father of Yissachar Dov Rokeach (II), the fifth Belzer Rebbe
Mordechai RokeachAharon RokeachGer (Hasidic dynasty)Belz (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 7: ________ − 'Pelz'/'Belz' (fur, furry)
German languageDutch languageRomanian languageSpanish language

Question 8: ________ and the Boyko language − «белз» or «бевз» (muddy place),
Serbo-Croatian languageOld Church SlavonicMacedonian languageCroatian language

Question 9: Belz (Ukrainian: Белз, Polish: Bełz, Yiddish/________: בעלז translit.
Biblical HebrewSamaritan Hebrew languageHebrew languageMishnaic Hebrew

Question 10: ________ − «бълизь» (white place, a glade in the midst of dark woods).
Belarusian languageRuthenian languageOld East SlavicUkrainian language







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