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Question 1: Catholic Grand Tourists might be interested to visit the pilgrimage sites St. Thomas' body at ________, and the Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne Cathedral,[3] along the way.
FordwichCanterburyHerne Bay, KentWhitstable

Question 2: There the traveller might undertake lessons in French, ________, fencing, and riding.
BalletAfrican-American danceDanceConcert dance

Question 3: In 2005, British art historian ________ followed in the footsteps of the Grand Tourist for a 10 part television series Brian Sewell's Grand Tour.
Brian SewellNicholas SerotaAnthony BluntConceptual art

Question 4: Primarily associated with Britain (particularly the British nobility and wealthy ________), similar trips were made by wealthy young men of Protestant Northern European nations on the Continent.
SerfdomGentryUpper classSocial class

Question 5: Essentially, the Grand Tour was a scholar's pilgrimage to Rome, which was home to the ________ (considered one of the Wonders of the World), and Saint Peter's tomb.
ColosseumRoman ForumBasilica di Santa Maria MaggioreSt. Peter's Basilica

Question 6: The traveller might stop first in Innsbruck before visiting ________, Dresden, Vienna and Potsdam, with perhaps some study time at the universities in Munich or Heidelberg.
LondonTallinnStockholmBerlin

Question 7: 1603–1668), an ________ Roman Catholic priest, in his book An Italian Voyage, which was published posthumously in Paris in 1670 and then in London.
Beat GenerationAllen GinsbergExpatriateUnited States

Question 8: Upon hiring a French-speaking guide,[10] the tourist and his entourage would travel to ________.
ParisMarseilleVersaillesÉvry, Essonne

Question 9: Kevin McCloud presented Kevin McCloud's Grand Tour on ________ during the late summer and early autumn of 2009.
BBCChannel 4S4CFive (TV channel)

Question 10: Ostensibly this served the purpose of preparing the young man for a leadership position at home, often in government or ________.
ItalyRomeEuropeDiplomacy
















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