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Thessaloniki: Quiz


Question 1: [11] Upon the capture and plunder of Thessaloniki, many of its inhabitants escaped,[12] including intellectuals ________ “Thessalonicensis” and Andronicus Callistus.
Italian RenaissanceRomeItalyTheodorus Gaza

Question 2: The plan also included a site for the campus of a future ________, which has never been fully realised, although today's University campus incorporates some of Hebrard's ideas.
Université catholique de LouvainKatholieke Universiteit LeuvenQueen's University BelfastAristotle University of Thessaloniki

Question 3:
Where is Thessaloniki?
North East

Question 4: In 1943, 50,000 of the city's Jews were deported to concentration camps, where most were murdered in the ________.
HangingDecapitationCapital punishmentGas chamber

Question 5:

Question 6: In 2004 the city hosted a number of the football (soccer) events, forming part of the ________.
China at the 2004 Summer Olympics2004 Summer OlympicsSwitzerland at the 2004 Summer OlympicsGermany at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Question 7:
What is the area code of Thessaloniki?

Question 8: Thessaloniki passed out of Byzantine hands in 1204, when Constantinople was captured by the ________.
Byzantine navyByzantium under the AngeloiFourth CrusadeByzantine Empire

Question 9: Thessaloniki (Greek: Θεσσαλονίκη, IPA: /θesaloˈnici/), Thessalonica, or Salonica is the second-largest city in ________ and the capital of Macedonia.

Question 10: [24] Many Jewish inhabitants of Thessaloniki spoke Ladino, the ________ of the Sephardic Jews[citation needed].
Portuguese languageSpanish languageRomance languagesFrench language

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