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Question 1: Their former estates became imperial property of the ________.
German EmpireHoly Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireFrancia

Question 2: By a contract of inheritance, in 1191 the Hohenstaufen Frederick Barbarossa acquired the ownership of Ravensburg from Welf VI, Duke of Spoleto and uncle of both ________ and Henry the Lion.
Henry VI, Holy Roman EmperorHenry IV, Holy Roman EmperorFrederick II, Holy Roman EmperorFrederick I, Holy Roman Emperor

Question 3: Klaus Schwab, founder of the ________
United StatesWorld Economic ForumUnited KingdomJordan

Question 4: It was founded by the Welfs, a Frankish dynasty in Swabia who became later ________ of Bavaria and Saxony and who made the castle of Ravensburg their ancestral seat.
DukeCountBaronPrince

Question 5: Like many other cities in ________, at the end of the 13th century Ravensburg became an Imperial Free City in 1276.
BadenSwabiaSwitzerlandGermany

Question 6: As a result, Ravensburg first became a Bavarian ________ within Württemberg.
United StatesRight- and left-hand trafficVatican CityEnclave and exclave

Question 7: The society dealt first mostly in the domestic ________ and fustian.
SpandexOilskinLinenSilk

Question 8: Ravensburg is a town in Upper Swabia in Southern ________, capital of the district of Ravensburg, Baden-Württemberg.
GreeceGermanyPolandNetherlands

Question 9: With the opening of one of the first paper mills north of the ________ in 1402 in Ravensburg, paper became another commodity, but the stores held also oriental spices, Mediterranean wines and Bohemian ores.
GeographyJura MountainsHimalayasAlps

Question 10: Ulm, Konstanz and ________ are each less than a one hour drive away.
BregenzHard, AustriaLauterachLochau







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