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Question 1: In Ukraine and ________, a particular dragon-like creature, Zmey Gorynych or Змей Горыныч, has three heads, is green, walks on two back paws, has small front paws, and spits fire.
Russian cultureRussiaMoscowUnited States

Question 2: He is often referred to as "________", meaning "The Dragon of Bosnia".
Bosnia and HerzegovinaSarajevoBosnian uprisingHusein Gradaščević

Question 3: Although quite similar to other ________, Slavic dragons have their peculiarities.
European dragonSerpent (symbolism)BasiliskWales

Question 4: In Bulgaria, Macedonia, ________, Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro, there is a division between two types of dragon-like creatures.

Question 5: In ________, a dragon is called zmaj, although an archaic word of unclear origins, pozoj, is sometimes used as well.

Question 6: Accordingly, St George (symbolizing ________) killing the Dragon (symbolizing Satan) is represented on the coat of arms of Moscow.
Christian denominationChristianityBaptistEcumenism

Question 7: Some prehistoric structures, notably the Serpent's Wall near ________, have been associated with dragons as symbols of foreign peoples.

Question 8: Other Russian dragons (such as Tugarin Zmeyevich) have Turkic names, probably symbolizing the ________ and other steppe peoples.
MonguorMongolsKalmyk peopleBorjigin

Question 9: In the ________ game Ragnarok Online, there's a boss monster in the form of a three-headed green dragon, which is called as "Zmey Gorynych" in the Russian version of the game.
Role-playing video gameMassively multiplayer online role-playing gameTactical role-playing gameMassively multiplayer online game

Question 10: One of the best examples for this claim is Vlad III Dracula, who was a member of the ________.
HungarySigismund, Holy Roman EmperorBattle of NicopolisOrder of the Dragon

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