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Question 1: Many ________ moved to Lviv after the city was conquered by King Casimir in 1349.
PoloniaPolesPolish languagePoland

Question 2: It is estimated that from 100,000 to 140,000 Poles were resettled in the ________.
Recovered TerritoriesSzczecinOderPomerania

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Palace of Potocki family
  Dominican Church
  The so-called marshrutka, a typical Lviv city transport.
  Renaissance yard of King Jan III Sobieski House

Question 4:
What is the total population of Lviv?

Question 5: In this city used to live such notable grandmasters as ________, Leonid Stein, Alexander Beliavsky, Andrei Volokitin and many others.
Garry KasparovViswanathan AnandChessVassily Ivanchuk

Question 6: Banks' Muse & Messiah: The Life, Imagination & Legacy of ________ (1892–1942) has several pages which discuss the history and cultural-social life of the Lviv region.
PolandBruno SchulzFranz KafkaNazi Germany

Question 7:
What is the motto of Lviv?
Semper Fidelis
Semper Christo Fidelis
"Fide Semper Vincere"
"Semper fidelis"

Question 8:
Who of the following is/was the leader of Lviv?

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Statue of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch in Lviv, Ukraine.
  Fedorovych's autograph from July 23, 1583
  Palace of Potocki family
  The so-called marshrutka, a typical Lviv city transport.

Question 10: Wehrmacht forces arriving in the city discovered evidence of the mass murders[8] committed by the ________ and NKGB.
Eastern Bloc politicsChekaEastern BlocNKVD

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