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History of the Jews in Latin America: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: As recently as the 1920s, several families preserved seven-branched candle sticks and served dishes cooked with reminiscing ________ practices[5].
KashrutJudaismHasidic JudaismHalakha

Question 2: The Jews in Guatemala are immigrants from Germany and ________.
Western EuropeEastern EuropeBalkansCentral Europe

Question 3: Since the late 1600s, few Jews have lived in ________.
French GuianaFranceMartiniqueGuadeloupe

Question 4: There were 15,000 Jews in Cuba in 1959, but many Jews left Cuba for the United States after the ________.
Cold WarFidel CastroNon-Aligned MovementCuban Revolution

Question 5: From 1658 to 1659, Paulo Jacomo Pinto began negotiating with the Dutch authorities in ________ to allow a group of Jews from Livorno, Italy to settle in the Americas.
StockholmAmsterdamAthensBerlin

Question 6: Some Jews have left for ________ or Brazil later on.
Buenos AiresUruguayChileArgentina

Question 7: Currently, there are more than 35,000 Jews living in Venezuela, with more than half living in the capital ________.
Mexico CitySão PauloBuenos AiresCaracas

Question 8: During the early part of the ________ a large number of Sephardi immigrants came from Greece, Turkey, North Africa and Syria.
20th century events20th century21st century19th century

Question 9: Toward the ________, Jewish immigrants arrived to Paraguay from countries such as France, Switzerland and Italy.
Romanticism19th century18th centuryEugène Delacroix

Question 10: Due to the strong ________ presence in Mexico, few Jews migrated there after the Spanish Conquest of Mexico.
Catholic ChurchPope Gregory IPopePope John Paul II
















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