Sicily: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1:
What are people from Sicily known as?
Cerialesi
Loianesi
Sicilian
Maletani or maledi

Question 2: The overall income of criminal associations in Italy (including 'Ndrangheta and ________) was estimated to be € 63 billion annually, or 7% of the Italian economy.
NaplesRussian MafiaCamorraOrganized crime

Question 3: Some of the most noted figures in the area of Sicilian poetry and writing are ________, Salvatore Quasimodo, Antonio Veneziano and Giovanni Verga.
Luigi PirandelloSinclair LewisBertrand RussellHermann Hesse

Question 4: The Gothic War took place between the Ostrogoths and the Eastern Roman Empire, also known as the ________.
CrusadesWestern Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireByzantine Iconoclasm

Question 5: The symbol dates back to when Sicily was part of Magna Graecia, the colonial extension of ________ beyond the Aegean.
GermanyGreecePortugalPoland

Question 6: The triskelion was revived, as a neoclassic — and non-Bourbon — emblem for the new Napoleonic Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, by ________ in 1808.
Joachim MuratCaroline BonaparteJean-Mathieu-Philibert SérurierNapoleonic Wars

Question 7:
What role did Sicily play in the movie How Stella Got Her Groove Back?
Delilah Abraham
Stella Payne
Chantel
Angela

Question 8: Today, due to, notably African and Eastern European immigration to the island, there are also several other religious minorities, such as Islam, Judaism, Sikhism and ________.
Eastern ChristianityChristianityOrthodox ChurchEast–West Schism

Question 9: Previously, in motorsport, Sicily held the prominent ________ sports car race that took place in the Madonie Mountains, with the start-finish line in Cerda.
Hans HerrmannFerrariTarga FlorioMille Miglia

Question 10: Mainland Italy: Ports connecting to the mainland are Messina (route to Villa San Giovanni), the busiest passenger port in Italy, Palermo (routes to Genoa, Civitavecchia and Naples) and ________ (route to Naples) .
CataniaRomeCaltagironeSyracuse, Sicily
















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