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Vasil Levski: Quiz

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Question 1: [98] The Antarctic Place-names Commission of Bulgaria named an Antarctic ridge and peak on ________ of the South Shetland Islands Levski Ridge and Levski Peak respectively.
Deception IslandLivingston IslandElephant IslandKing George Island (Antarctica)

Question 2: [16] Levski's parents, Ivan Kunchev and Gina Kuncheva (née Karaivanova), came from a family of clergy and craftsmen and represented the emerging Bulgarian ________.
Middle classSocial classWorking classUpper class

Question 3:
Vasil Levski, Ali Pasha and Marco Antonio Bragadin are all:
Bulgarian revolutionaries People executed by the Ottoman Empire 19th-century Bulgarian people Eastern Orthodox monks

Question 4:
Vasil Levski, Agustín de Iturbide and Joachim Murat are all:
Bulgarian priests Bulgarian revolutionaries Biography with signature 19th-century executions

Question 5:
Vasil Levski, Delyo and Hristo Botev are all:
Bulgarian revolutionaries Eastern Orthodox monks People executed by the Ottoman Empire Biography with signature

Question 6: Persecuted by the Ottoman authorities who offered 500 ________ for his death and 1000 for his capture, Levski resorted to disguises to evade arrest during his travels.
TurkeyTurkish liraRussian rublePound sterling

Question 7: Levski looked beyond the act of liberation: he envisioned a "pure and sacred"[5][6] Bulgarian ________ of ethnic and religious equality.
Constitutional monarchyMonarchyDemocracyRepublic

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Entrance to Levski's native house in Karlovo. Built in the 18th century and reconstructed in 1933, it has been a museum since 1937.[19]
  Levski as the standard-bearer of Panayot Hitov's armed detachment

Question 9:
Vasil Levski, Hristo Botev and Pascin are all:
Bulgarian revolutionaries Bulgarian expatriates in Romania 19th-century Bulgarian people People executed by hanging

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Entrance to Levski's native house in Karlovo. Built in the 18th century and reconstructed in 1933, it has been a museum since 1937.[19]
  Entrance to Levski's native house in Karlovo. Built in the 18th century and reconstructed in 1933, it has been a museum since 1937.[19]
  Map of the revolutionary districts in Vasil Levski's Internal Revolutionary Organisation
  Levski in a First Bulgarian Legion uniform







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