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Question 1: ________
Logan Circle, Washington, D.C.Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.Anacostia, Washington, D.C.Dupont Circle, Washington, D.C.

Question 2: [5] This proposal never came to pass; instead, more office space was constructed in ________, such as the Terrasses de la Chaudière and Place du Portage.
GatineauOttawaOttawa RiverHull, Quebec

Question 3: This collection is one of the most important examples of the Gothic Revival style anywhere in the world; while the manner and design of the buildings are unquestionably Gothic, they resemble no building constructed during the ________.
Early Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesLate Middle AgesMiddle Ages

Question 4: Parliament Hill (colloquially The Hill, in French: Colline du Parlement) is an area of ________ on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa, Ontario.
Newfoundland and LabradorAlbertaCrown landPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Question 5: The main outdoor area of The Hill is the quadrangle, formed by the arrangement of the parliament and departmental buildings on the site, and laid out in a ________ fashion.
GardeningGarden furnitureGarden designJapanese garden

Question 6: [14] The construction of Parliament Hill became the largest project undertaken in ________ to that date.
Americas (terminology)North AmericaSouth AmericaAmericas

Question 7: Its ________ suite of buildings — the parliament buildings — serves as the home of the Parliament of Canada, and contains a number of architectural elements of national symbolic importance.
Gothic Revival architectureFrançois-René de ChateaubriandMary ShelleyRomanticism

Question 8: Following a number of extensions to the parliament and departmental buildings, and a fire in 1916 that destroyed the ________, Parliament Hill took on its present form with the completion of the Peace Tower in 1927.
CanadaOntarioCentre BlockEast Block

Question 9: This expanse is the site of major celebrations, demonstrations, and traditional shows,[3] such as the changing of the guard, or the annual ________ celebrations.
OntarioCanada DayCanadian royal symbolsQuebec

Question 10: Originally the site of a military base in the 18th and early 19th centuries, development of the site into a governmental precinct began in 1859, after Bytown was chosen by Queen Victoria as the capital of the ________.
Upper CanadaProvince of Quebec (1763–1791)Province of CanadaLower Canada
















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