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Bizerte: Quiz

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Question 1: Bizerte was successively conquered by the ________ in 647 (who gave the city its current name), by the troops of Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire in 1535, and then by the Turks in 1574.
Arab peopleIraqSyriaPalestinian people

Question 2: Initially a small Phoenician harbour, the city came under the influence of ________ after the defeat of Agathocles during the Punic Wars.
SousseKerkouaneTunisCarthage

Question 3: It is also known as the last town to remain under French control after the rest of the country won its independence from ________.
FranceCanadaItalyUnited Kingdom

Question 4: The city and see of Hippo Diarrhytus should not be confused with those of Hippo Regius where Saint Augustine of Hippo was the ________.
SurpliceCatholicismBishopLutheranism

Question 5: Bizerte is located on the north coast of Tunisia, 66 km north of ________ and 15 km away from Cap Blanc, the northernmost point in Africa.
KairouanTunisSousseCarthage

Question 6: Bizerte or Bizerta (Arabic: بنزرت‎; transliterated: Banzart; Italian: Biserta) is a capital city of Bizerte Governorate in ________.
TunisiaMoroccoEgyptSyria

Question 7: Hippo Diarrhytus is a titular see of the ________.
Pope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPopePope Gregory I

Question 8: In 1924, after the French government officially recognised the Soviet Union (________), the western military fleet of White Russia that had been kept in the port of Bizerte was returned to the Soviet government.
Soviet UnionEastern BlocEast GermanyJoseph Stalin

Question 9: The city is on the Mediterranean coast and is close to both ________ and Sicily.
ItalyVenetoCampaniaSardinia







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