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Question 1: In 1822, in accordance with the Congress of Vienna, this entity was eliminated and Dalmatia was placed within the ________.
Austrian EmpireLiechtensteinAustria–HungaryPrussia

Question 2: Venetian was the commercial ________ in the Mediterranean at that time, and it heavily influenced Dalmatian and to a lesser degree coastal Croatian and Albanian.
AzerbaijanLingua francaTurkeyMalaysia

Question 3: The Republic of Venice controlled most of Dalmatia from 1420 to 1797, the southern ________ being called Albania Veneta.
Vatican CityEnclave and exclaveRight- and left-hand trafficUnited States

Question 4: These cities and towns remained influential as they were well fortified and maintained their connection with the ________.
Byzantine IconoclasmRoman EmpireByzantine EmpireWestern Roman Empire

Question 5: ________ was razed to the ground by the Allies during World War II, so starting the exodus of its italian population.
CroatiaZadarSplit (city)Benkovac

Question 6: Other large cities in Croatian Dalmatia include Biograd, Kaštela, Sinj, Solin, Omiš, ________, Metković, Makarska, Trogir, Ploče, Trilj, and Imotski.
ŠibenikDrnišKninKijevo, Croatia

Question 7: Dalmatia (Croatian: Dalmacija, see names in other languages), is a historical region on the eastern coast of the ________.
Aegean SeaAdriatic SeaIonian SeaMediterranean Sea

Question 8: This gave its tradesmen advantages such as access to the Black Sea, and the ________ was one of fiercest competitors to Venice's merchants in the 15th and 16th century.
Republic of RagusaAustria–HungaryDubrovnikCroatia

Question 9: The waning ________, the Kingdom of Croatia (later in a personal union with Hungary), and the Venetian Republic.
Byzantine EmpireByzantine IconoclasmRoman EmpireWestern Roman Empire

Question 10: The ________ gets its name from Dalmatia.
Great DanePoodleDog breedDalmatian (dog)







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