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Komotini: Quiz


Question 1: The Roman emperor Theodosius I built a small rectilinear fortress on the road at a junction with a route leading north across the ________ toward Philippopolis.
Second Bulgarian EmpireRhodope MountainsBulgariansBulgarian Orthodox Church

Question 2: In this period, a short-lived independent state, the Republic of Gumuljina, was established in ________.
KomotiniGreeceWestern ThraceMacedonia (Greece)

Question 3: The nearest is in ________ (65 km), and the other is in Kavala (80 km).

Question 4: During the first Balkan War, Bulgarian forces captured the city, only to surrender it to the Greek army during the second ________ on July 14, 1913.
Italo-Turkish WarRusso-Turkish War (1877–1878)Balkan WarsFirst Balkan War

Question 5: Despite various schemes by Greek inhabitants to avoid Bulgarian occupation, the city was part of Bulgaria until the end of ________.
Caucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)World War IArmenian Genocide

Question 6: ________ - Football team, promoted to the Greek Superleague during the 2007-2008 season.
Panathinaikos F.C.Panionios F.C.Larissa F.C.Panthrakikos F.C.

Question 7: The city's history is closely connected with that of Via Egnatia, the Roman trunk road which connected Dyrrhachium with ________.
Byzantine EmpireByzantine navyHagia SophiaConstantinople

Question 8: The city stands at an altitude of 32-38m on the Thracian plain near the foothills of the ________.
Bulgarian Orthodox ChurchSecond Bulgarian EmpireRhodope MountainsBulgarians

Question 9: Komotini or Komotene (Greek: Κομοτηνή; Turkish: Gümülcine) is a city in Thrace, northeastern ________.

Question 10: Its historical population has included Greeks, Turks, Jews, ________, Bulgarians and Pomaks.
Armenian diasporaArmenian Apostolic ChurchArmenian languageArmenians


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