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Question 1: The city symbol in 1781 was changed to one which included the symbol of the ________ and five arrows.
Ottoman EmpireRussian EmpireGolden HordeBritish Empire

Question 2: In 1555, Mikołaj "Czarny" Radziwiłł founded a ________ (Protestant) order in Orsha, one of the first in the Belarusian lands.
Protestant ReformationArminianismCovenant theologyCalvinism

Question 3: The population before ________ was about 37,000.
Soviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War II

Question 4: The coming of ________ lines in the second half of the nineteenth century greatly contributed to the city growth:
TrainTransportRail transportTrain station

Question 5: Recently, a high rate of ________ diseases attracted attention to this city.
OncologyHematologyMedicinePathology

Question 6: The ________ club Start has produced players for the Belarus national bandy team.
BasketballBandyFutsalIce hockey

Question 7: Orsha (Belarusian and Russian: О́рша, IPA: [ˈorʂa]; Lithuanian: Orša) is a city in ________ in Vitebsk voblast on the fork of the Dnieper and Arshytsa rivers.
BelarusAzerbaijanSerbiaBosnia and Herzegovina

Question 8: In 1320, Orsha became a part of the ________.
Golden HordeHistory of UkraineGrand Duchy of LithuaniaKhmelnytsky Uprising

Question 9: The town was damaged during the ________, which was a disaster for Lithuania.
Russo-Polish War (1654–1667)Polish–Muscovite War (1605–1618)Polish–Soviet WarSmolensk War

Question 10: Sobal opened the first printing house at the Kuciejna monastery, which became a well-known centre of ________ publishing.
Glagolitic alphabetYatPhoenician alphabetCyrillic alphabet







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