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Question 1: There are two places in the ________ called Village Green: Village Green-Green Ridge, Pennsylvania, and Village Green, New York.
AlaskaCanadaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 2: In the United States, the most famous example of a town green is probably the New Haven Green in New Haven, ________.
Rhode IslandConnecticutMassachusettsMaine

Question 3: One of the most unusual is the Dartmouth Green in ________, New Hampshire, which was owned and cleared by the college in 1770.
StuttgartAachenHanoverHamburg

Question 4: New Haven was founded by settlers from England and was the first planned city in the ________.
United StatesCanadaPhilippinesAlaska

Question 5: The northern part of the province of Drenthe (________) is also known for its village greens.
NetherlandsGermanyPolandGreece

Question 6: In ________, especially in Java, a similar place is called Alun-Alun.
IndonesiaSingaporePhilippinesMalaysia

Question 7: The Open Spaces Society states that in 2005 there were about 3650 registered greens in ________ and about 220 in Wales, covering about 8150 and 620 acres (33 and 2.5 kmĀ²) respectively.
ScotlandBritish peopleEnglandUnited Kingdom

Question 8: The village of ________, also in Essex, has the largest village green in the UK at 43 acres.
Great BentleyColchesterChelmsfordAingers Green

Question 9: ________ festivities are traditionally located at the green, with the Maypole erected at its centre.
ChristmasNew Year's DayLabor DayMay Day

Question 10: ________ has several of these: Newington Green, originally a Dissenting village, is one good example, with its church anchoring its north end.
BerlinLondonStockholmMoscow







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