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Cupar: Quiz


Question 1: [4][18] The memorial was first unveiled by Field Marshall Earl Haig in 1922 and then again for the addition of the ________ memorial in 1950 by the Earl of Elgin.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 2: The town is approximately equidistant between the larger city of ________ and the New Town Glenrothes.

Question 3: Fife Council, the unitary local authority for Cupar, based in ________ is the executive,deliberative and legislative body responsible for local governance.

Question 4: [2] The oldest document, referring to the royal burgh, was a grant by Robert II in 1381 to give a port at Guardbridge on the River Eden for the residents of the burgh to help boost trade with ________.
LilleSouthern NetherlandsBelgiumFlanders

Question 5: [4] To the east is St Catherine Street, which is home to the category B ________ burgh chambers and county buildings, both designed by Robert Hutchison.
Grade I listed buildings in SomersetListed buildingGrade I listed buildings in South YorkshireGrade I listed buildings in Bristol

Question 6: [8] For the purposes of the ________, Cupar forms part of the North East Fife constituency.
Scottish ParliamentScotlandScottish independenceScottish Government

Question 7: The constituency is represented by Iain Smith, MP for the ________.
Liberal DemocratsLiberal International British GroupEuropean Liberal Democrat and Reform PartyDemocrats 66

Question 8: [4][15] On the other hand, the county buildings built between 1812 and 1817 are unique in ________ for being the only example replicating the style of buildings in the New Town of Edinburgh.

Question 9: The constituency is represented by Sir Menzies Campbell, MP of the ________.
Democrats 66European Liberal Democrat and Reform PartyLiberal International British GroupLiberal Democrats

Question 10: [5] The Scottish Parliament is responsible for devolved matters such as education, health and justice while reserved matters are dealt with by the ________.
Constitution of the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomParliament of the United KingdomMonarchy of the United Kingdom


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