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Question 1: The EU and CoE are separate organisations; while the EU has 27 members, the CoE has 47 members and 5 observers comprising not only all 27 EU members but also all European countries except ________, Kazakhstan and the Vatican City.
AzerbaijanSerbiaBelarusBosnia and Herzegovina

Question 2: In ________, Europa (Greek: Ευρώπη) was a Phoenician noble-woman.
HeraGreek mythologyMuseApollo

Question 3: [1] It is derived from the Greek word Europa (Ευρώπη) in Latin and all Romance languages derived from it, and in Celtic, Germanic, Slavic, Baltic, and ________.
Uralic languagesFinnish languageEstoniaFinno-Ugric languages

Question 4: In addition to those of ________, the EU has created additional symbols for itself through its integration.
European UnionPan-European identityFederal EuropeEuropean integration

Question 5: Europa's name appeared on ________ commemorating the Council of Europe, which were first issued in 1956.
Postage stampMailAirmail stampStamp collecting

Question 6: Zeus gave her a necklace made by ________ and three additional gifts: Talos, Laelaps and a javelin that never missed.
ApolloGreek mythologyArtemisHephaestus

Question 7: Furthermore, 9 May coincides with Victory Day, the end of World War II (celebrated on 8 May in western Europe), in the former ________ states.
East GermanyJoseph StalinRussiaSoviet Union

Question 8: It is an arrangement of ________'s "Zadok the Priest" from the Coronation Anthems.
Messiah (Handel)Agrippina (opera)Acis and Galatea (Handel)George Frideric Handel

Question 9: According to legend, ________ was enamored of Europa and decided to seduce her.
ApolloGreek mythologyZeusCronus

Question 10: It was selected from entries proposed by school pupils and then accepted by the ________, Nicole Fontaine as Diversité dans l'unité.
European Parliament election, 2004European Parliament election, 2009President of the European ParliamentBarroso Commission







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