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Question 1: Monfalcone is the fifth most populous town in ________ and the main centre of Bisiacaria territory.
VenetoItalyFriuli – Venezia GiuliaLombardy

Question 2: Monfalcone (in the local Bisiac dialect: Mofalcòn, Slovene: Tržič) is a town and comune of the province of Gorizia (Friuli-Venezia Giulia, northern ________), located on the coast of the Gulf of Trieste.
SicilyFranceItalyRome

Question 3: It was controlled by France until the fall of Napoleon, after which it became part of the ________.
LiechtensteinAustria–HungaryAustrian EmpirePrussia

Question 4: After the foundation of the Roman city of ________ (181 BC), some thermal buildings were created on the hills, known as Insulae Clarae.
Cividale del FriuliCervignano del FriuliGemona del FriuliAquileia

Question 5: Of medieval origin (according to a legend, it was founded by ________, King of the Ostrogoths), its current appearance dates to the Venetian restorations in the early 16th century.
OdoacerTheodoric the GreatAlboinCharlemagne

Question 6: During ________, it was captured by Italy in 1915 but fell back to Austria after the Italian rout at Caporetto.
World War IArmenian GenocideWestern Front (World War I)Caucasus Campaign

Question 7: After the Ostrogoth, Byzantine, Lombard and ________ domination, Monfalcone was part of the Patriarchate of Aquileia starting from 967.
Germanic peoplesSaxonsAlamanniFranks







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