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Question 1: Rosanna Bubola, Vivere il Carso edito dalla Pro Loco di Trieste (Basadello di Campoformico (________): La tipografica, 2006)
UdineTarvisioCividale del FriuliPontebba

Question 2: Kraški rob), is a continuation of the Učka mountain range in eastern ________, and rises to the east and southeast of Trieste, ending in steep cliffs between Aurisina and Duino.
PulaJulian MarchIstria CountyIstria

Question 3: Štanjel is a picturesque clustered settlement at the top of the northern rim of the plateau; its houses are tightly clustered around Turn Hill, giving it the appearance of a ________ town.
Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesLate Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages

Question 4: It lies between the Vipava Valley, the low hills surrounding the valley, the westernmost part of the Brkini Hills, northern ________, and the Gulf of Trieste.
IstriaIstria CountyPulaJulian March

Question 5: The western edge of the plateau also marks the traditional ethnic border between ________ and Slovenes.
ItalyItalian diasporaItalian peopleItalian irredentism

Question 6: Kras (Italian: Carso; German: Karst), also known as the Karst or the Karst Plateau, is a limestone borderline plateau region in southwestern Slovenia extending into northeastern ________.
RomeSicilyItalyFrance

Question 7: Much of the wood for the closely spaced piles that support the island city of Venice, ________ came from this region.
RomeFranceItalySicily

Question 8: ________ now cover only one third of the Karst.
ForestTemperate broadleaf and mixed forestsTreeOld-growth forest

Question 9: The region is famous for having given the name to ________.
CaveShow caveKarst topographyMine exploration

Question 10: The Karst is renowned for its heavy red ________, known as teran, and prosciutto.
Chilean wineChardonnayNew Zealand wineWine







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