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Houmt Souk: Quiz


Question 1: There are several small synagogues in Hara El K'bira and Hara Sghira districts, the latter comprising a community of around 100 ________.
AntisemitismJewsSephardi JewsJewish ethnic divisions

Question 2: This district saw many ________ families coming from the south of Tunisia after the departure of Jewish families, and this especially after independence [9] .

Question 3: There is the Hammam El Barouni, a ________ which goes back to several centuries and which, renovated on several occasions, continues to be used.
EnglandUnited KingdomIstanbulTurkish bath

Question 4: Many such buildings may still be seen in the downtown area, where they have been turned into hotels and youth ________; some have even become tourist malls[3].
TourismHostelling InternationalWorld Tourism rankingsHostel

Question 5: The Borj El K'bir is a ________ and fort that was constructed on the waterfront in 1432 under Sultan Abû Fâris `Abd Al `Azîz Al-Mutawakkil[5].
KeepFortificationCastleHill fort

Question 6: The tower was ________ in shape, 34 feet in diameter at its base, and was removed in 1848 under orders from the capital.
United StatesMexicoMexico CityPyramid

Question 7: In addition to fishing, the port is used nowadays for excursions towards the island of which is used as a refuge for migratory birds; in particular for pink flamingos and ________ which can sometimes be observed off the city coastline.
Bottlenose dolphinDolphinToothed whaleCetacea

Question 8: As befits a Muslim country, ________ are numerous in the city, and their architecture varies greatly.
MosqueIslamic schools and branchesMuslim worldMuslim history

Question 9: Called Lella Gmira, this is visited most often by women suffering from ________; they wash and light a candle there in the hope of gaining a blessing, and perhaps giving birth.
Reproductive system diseaseInfertilityFemale infertilityVulvovaginal health

Question 10: Domiant colors remain sharp white for ________ and sky blue for doors and windows.
MasonryStonemasonryStone wallBrick


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