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Counties of Norway: Quiz


Question 1: ________ is divided into 19 administrative regions, called counties (singular Norwegian: fylke, plural Norwegian: fylker (Bokmål) / fylke (Nynorsk); until 1918 known as amt, pl.
NorwayPolandUnited StatesGermany

Question 2: See ________ for more information.
Politics of BelgiumPolitics of NorwayPolitics of the United KingdomPolitics of Portugal

Question 3: Up to 1660 the four principle len were headquartered at the major fortresses Bohus Fortress, Akershus Fortress, ________ and the fortified city of Trondheim[2].
Bergenhus FortressNorwayDenmarkGothic architecture

Question 4: The sub-regions corresponded to the church districts for the ________ church in Norway.
LutheranismProtestant ReformationApostles' CreedSacramental union

Question 5: Formerly the term len (plural len) in ________ signified an administrative region roughly equivalent to today's counties.
GermanyUnited StatesPolandNorway

Question 6: Båhus len (later termed Bohuslän after Denmark-Norway ceded it to ________ by the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658)

Question 7: At this time there were also two counties controlled by ________, together forming what is now Vestfold county:
MarquessCountRoyal and noble ranksMargrave

Question 8: Søndre Bergenhus amt (now: ________ county)
HordalandAskøySogn og FjordaneAustevoll

Question 9: From the consolidation to a single kingdom, ________ was divided into a number of geographic regions that had its own legislative assembly or Thing, such as Gulating (Western Norway) and Frostating (Trøndelag).
United StatesGermanyPolandNorway

Question 10: The capital ________ is considered as both a county and a municipality.


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