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Question 1: In the ________, the place was known as Mammingin; in 1158 the Welfian Duke Welf VI founded the town of Memmingen.
Late Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesEarly Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 2: The old town contains many interesting houses of patricians, some in the ________ style.
Western art historyRenaissanceMannerismBaroque

Question 3: Another important route through Memmingen was the Italian road from Northern Germany to Switzerland and ________.
SicilyFranceRomeItaly

Question 4: Since ________ Memmingen has been a developing town, with a rate of economic growth above the average for Bavaria.
World War IISoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 5: Memmingen is located at the western border of Bavaria at the river Iller, 50 km south of ________, and 100 km west of Munich.
UlmRegensburgReutlingenHeilbronn

Question 6: The city first followed the Tetrapolitan Confession, and then the ________.
Martin LutherPhilipp MelanchthonAugsburg ConfessionLutheranism

Question 7: Part of a ________ from the destroyed synagogue is on display there.
TorahJudaismKabbalahBible

Question 8: In the 1630s Memmingen was at centre stage during the Thirty Years' War, and the Imperial generalissimo ________ was quartered in the town when he was dramatically dismissed from service.
Swedish EmpireHoly Roman EmpireFrederick V, Elector PalatineAlbrecht von Wallenstein

Question 9: Memmingen is a town in the Bavarian administrative region of Swabia in ________.
PolandNetherlandsGreeceGermany

Question 10: It commemorates the invasion of ________ and his troops in 1630.
Thirty Years' WarAlbrecht von WallensteinFrederick V, Elector PalatineHoly Roman Empire







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