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Montauban: Quiz

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Question 1: It has tribunals of first instance and of commerce, a chamber of commerce and a board of trade arbitration, lycées and a training college, schools of commerce and viticulture, a branch of the Bank of France, and a faculty of Protestant ________.
MonotheismNontheismTheologyPantheism

Question 2: ________ (1943–), leader of May '68 student protests and MEP
Daniel Cohn-BenditJean-Marie Le PenCaroline LucasEdward McMillan-Scott

Question 3: Montauban (Montalban in Occitan) is a commune in the Tarn-et-Garonne department in the Midi-Pyrénées region in southern ________.
CanadaFranceItalyUnited Kingdom

Question 4: The Protestants again suffered persecution after the repeal of the ________ in 1685.
French Wars of ReligionHuguenotFreedom of religionEdict of Nantes

Question 5: It was the headquarters of the ________ of 1621, and successfully withstood an 86-day siege by Louis XIII.
La RochelleÎle de RéHuguenot rebellionsCardinal Richelieu

Question 6: King Philip the Fair of France officially launched the building of the bridge in 1303 while on a tour to ________.
BlagnacColomiersBagnères-de-LuchonToulouse

Question 7: ________
PoupasPiquecosPommevicCommunes of the Tarn-et-Garonne department

Question 8: It is the capital of the department and lies 31 miles (50 km) north of ________.
ColomiersBagnères-de-LuchonBlagnacToulouse

Question 9: Ten years later it became one of the four ________ strongholds under the Peace of Saint-Germain, and formed a small independent republic.
CrusadesProtestant ReformationHuguenotHuldrych Zwingli

Question 10: In 1560 the bishops and magistrates embraced ________, expelled the monks, and demolished the cathedral.
BaptistProtestantismChristianityChristian denomination







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