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Question 1: For example, Tapiola is a post-war garden city on the edge of ________.
HyvinkääVantaaHelsinkiEspoo

Question 2: Pullman, now incorporated into Chicago's South side, was a world-renowned company town founded by the industrialist ________ in the 1880s.
Abraham LincolnGeorge PullmanPullman CompanyPrairie Avenue

Question 3: ________: After a great fire in 1624, it was decided by the then King Christian IV that the city would be moved behind the Akershus fortress.
CopenhagenHelsinkiOsloStockholm

Question 4: ________, Maharashtra, a city planned by the renowned architect of India, Sir Vishveshwarayya.
DhulePuneNagpurMumbai

Question 5: ________ was erected on top of the ruins and, over the ensuing centuries, most of Lake Texcoco has gradually been drained.
MoscowMexico CitySão PauloRio de Janeiro

Question 6: The most impressive Roman planned town was the city of ________ from around the 4th century.
Byzantine EmpireHagia SophiaConstantinopleByzantine navy

Question 7: As seen in ________, Mohenjo-daro, this urban plan included the world's first urban sanitation systems.
HarappaIndus Valley CivilizationSindhPunjab (Pakistan)

Question 8: A sophisticated and technologically advanced urban culture is evident in the ________ of ancient Pakistan from around 2600 BC.
Indus Valley CivilizationIndo-Aryan migrationBronze AgeAncient Near East

Question 9: Other towns were planned by the Federal government during the depression as well, such as ________, Greenhills, Ohio, and Greendale, Wisconsin.
Greenbelt, MarylandCollege Park, MarylandLaurel, MarylandUpper Marlboro, Maryland

Question 10: The City of ________ (now a district of Kraków) and Tychy were built as the epitome of the proletarian future of Poland.
KazimierzWawelNowa HutaKraków Old Town
















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