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Question 1: Reminders of Spanish Jamaica include Red Church and White Church Streets, symbolic of the Spanish chapels of the red and white cross, as well as Monk Street, in reference to the ________ that once stood nearby.
Christian monasticismMonasticismMonasteryOrthodox Church

Question 2: ________ is also played at the Prison Oval; Rivoli United F.C. is the major team.
Association footballAssociation football around the worldRugby unionOlympic Games

Question 3: It was the former Spanish and English capital of ________ from the 16th to the 19th century.
JamaicaGrenadaBarbadosAntigua and Barbuda

Question 4: The city is home to numerous memorials, the national archives, a small population, and one of the oldest ________ outside of England (the others are in Virginia, Maryland and Bermuda).
Anglican CommunionAnglicanismEpiscopal Church (United States)Catholicism

Question 5: Indigenous ________ had been living in the area for approximately a millennium before this, but this was the first European habitation on the south of the island.
CaribbeanChristopher ColumbusTaínoDominican Republic

Question 6: The latter nickname is a reference to the ________ pitch or oval located just outside the St.
Bat-and-ball gamesIndoor cricketCricketOlympic Games

Question 7: Spanish Town is the capital and the largest city in the parish of St. Catherine in the county of Middlesex, ________.
GrenadaBarbadosJamaicaAntigua and Barbuda

Question 8: Since the town was badly damaged during the conquest, ________ took on many administrative roles and functioned as an unofficial capital during the beginning of the English reign.
Port RoyalSpanish TownFalmouth, JamaicaKingston, Jamaica

Question 9: Kingston had been founded in the aftermath of the earthquake of ________ in 1692.
Spanish TownPort RoyalFalmouth, JamaicaKingston, Jamaica







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