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Tyrrhenian Sea: Quiz

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Question 1: Its name derives from the Greek name for the Etruscans, who were said to be emigrants from ________ and led by the prince Tyrrhenus.
LydiaCappadociaCariaPhrygia

Question 2:
Tyrrhenian Sea, Ligurian Sea and Verdon Gorge are all:
Landforms of Italy European seas Landforms of France Landforms of Tunisia

Question 3: Winds are Mistral from the Rhône valley, Libeccio from the south-west, ________ and Ostro from the south.
Volkswagen SciroccoVolkswagen Golf Mk1Volkswagen PassatVolkswagen Jetta

Question 4: The Strait of Bonifacio between ________ and Sardinia, 11 km (6.8 mi) wide.
Franche-ComtéAlsaceCorsicaAquitaine

Question 5:
Tyrrhenian Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Baltic Sea are all:
Landforms of France European seas Landforms of Italy Landforms of Tunisia

Question 6: The Tyrrhenian Sea (Italian: Mar Tirreno) is part of the Mediterranean Sea off the western coast of ________.
ItalySicilyFranceRome

Question 7: A line joining the North extreme of Cape Paci (15°42'E) with the East extreme of the Island of ________, Cape Peloro (38°16'N).
SardiniaCampaniaItalySicily

Question 8: The Sardinian Channel between ________ and Tunisia, about 200 km (124 mi) wide.
SardiniaItalySicilyVeneto

Question 9: On the Southwest. A line running from Cape Lilibeo (West extreme of Sicily) to the South extreme of Cape Teulada (8°38'E) in ________.
ItalyVenetoCampaniaSardinia

Question 10: The sea is bounded by Corsica and Sardinia (west), Tuscany, Lazio, Campania, ________, and Calabria (east), and Sicily (south).
VenetoUmbriaBasilicataItaly







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