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Steeple (architecture): Quiz

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Question 1: The steeple of Celebration Church in ________ lit from inside
Newburgh (city), New YorkUlster County, New YorkBeacon, New YorkKingston, New York

Question 2: The Cathedral of San Agustin in ________
Austin, TexasLaredo, TexasDallasSan Antonio

Question 3: St. Paul A.M.E. Church in ________
Wake County, North CarolinaCharlotte, North CarolinaRaleigh, North CarolinaDurham, North Carolina

Question 4: The crown steeple of St. Giles' Cathedral, ________
New Town, EdinburghGlasgowEdinburghScotland

Question 5: The steeple of Celebration Church in ________ before completion in July of 2004 during the day
Newburgh (city), New YorkKingston, New YorkBeacon, New YorkUlster County, New York

Question 6: Steeples are very common on ________ churches and cathedrals and the use of the term generally connotes a religious structure.
ChristianityCatholic ChurchJesusChristian

Question 7: ________ Cathedral of Saints Patrick and Felim, Ireland
CavanSligoBallyshannonAthlone

Question 8: The steeple of the ________, Singapore, designed by Charles Alexander Dyce.
Cathedral of the Good ShepherdFormer Saint Joseph's InstitutionAltarPope John Paul II

Question 9: A steeple, in ________, is a tall tower on a building, often topped by a spire.
EuropeArchitectureArchitectural theoryItaly







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