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Schaerbeek: Quiz

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Question 1: In 1879, a more modern ________ Church was built near the old one, which was eventually demolished in 1905.
Saint ServatiusArianismPope John Paul IIJohn the Baptist

Question 2: Henri Jacobs,________ (1864–1935), art nouveau
ArchitectConstructionDesign-bid-buildArchitectural engineering

Question 3: This name is reminiscent of times when people of Schaerbeek, who were cultivators of sour cherries primarily for Kriek production, would arrive at the Brussels marketplace with ________ laden with sour cherries.
Equus (genus)OnagerDonkeyMule

Question 4: ________, famous Belgian singer (1929–1978)
If You Go AwayScott Walker (singer)Jacques BrelNe me quitte pas

Question 5: Andrée de Jongh, member of the ________ (b.
Participants in World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsResistance during World War II

Question 6: Schaerbeek is nicknamed "the city of ________" (de ezelsgemeente or la cité des ânes).
Equus (genus)DonkeyOnagerMule

Question 7: In 1301, John II, Duke of Brabant had the town administered by the schepen (aldermen) of ________.
BrusselsAmsterdamBerlinPrague

Question 8: On September 27, 1830, during the ________, some fighting occurred in the Josaphat valley between the revolutionary troops and the retreating Dutch troops.
BrusselsBelgiumSouthern NetherlandsBelgian Revolution

Question 9: Michel de Ghelderode, ________ (1898–1962), employed at the Townhall from 1923 to 1946
LiteraturePoetryNovelSatire

Question 10: The impressive town hall was inaugurated by ________ in 1887.
Louis-Philippe, Crown Prince of BelgiumAlbert I of BelgiumLeopold II of BelgiumPrince Philippe, Count of Flanders







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