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Question 1: On 14 January 2009, the ________ called on Foreign Affairs Minister Ján Kubiš to demand the removal of the sculpture, calling it an offence to the Slovak nation.
Liberálna stranaCivic Conservative PartyHope (political party)Slovak National Party

Question 2: ________, which held the presidency before the Czech Republic, had simply erected a large balloon in the French national colours.
CanadaItalyFranceUnited Kingdom

Question 3: ________ has a piece with priests erecting the rainbow flag of the Gay rights movement on a field of potatoes (Poland's main agricultural product), in the style of the U.S.

Question 4: ________ is draped in a "GRÈVE!" ("STRIKE!") banner[8]
United KingdomItalyCanadaFrance

Question 5: The sculpture is an ironic jab at the issue of ________ and the stereotypes associated with each country in the union.
European UnionEurozoneSchengen AreaEuropean integration

Question 6: Marines raising the Stars and Stripes at ________.
JapanIra HayesIwo JimaMisawa Air Base

Question 7: Ireland is depicted as a brown bog with bagpipes protruding from ________; the bagpipes play music every five minutes[citation needed]
ScotlandIrish peopleUnited KingdomNorthern Ireland

Question 8: ________ is shown as a rock engraved with the words first tourists came here 1213

Question 9: It is on display in the Justus Lipsius building in ________; a copy of it may appear on the wall of the New Scene of the National Theatre in Prague.

Question 10: Entropa is a sculpture created by ________ artist David Černý under commission for the Czech Republic to mark the occasion of its presidency of the Council of the European Union.


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