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10 Degrees of the World - Part II
Cities of the World
"Part Two of the tour, where we go from city to city based on international relations or more commonly "sister cities". Even though the chain continues from the previous quiz, you don't need to play the first one to play this one. "
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The first stop is one of the highest capitals in Europe, found at 650 meters above sea level. It is home to three art galleries, most notably the "Prado". What city is this?
Many FunTrivia questions has been written about this next city and its proximity to the equator. However, the city is actually south of 0 lattitude, with the city center about 25 kilometers south. The city was also the one of the first cities (along with Krakow, Poland) to become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. What South American city is this?
Yonge Street, the longest street in the world, starts (or ends) in this major Canadian city. In it, you can take the underground PATH walkway system to places such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, and the Air Canada Centre, home to one of hockey's most historic franchises. Which city is it?
Our next city is the second largest in Italy, and known for the semi-annual "Fashion Week" every spring and fall. What city is this?
We're off to Australia now, to a city that has the world's largest tramway and can be found near Port Phillip and the Yarra River. What city are we off to?
This next US city is one of the country's oldest and is home to the world's oldest marathon. To top that off, the country's oldest university, can be found in one of the suburbs.
This next city is an anagram of the capital city of its country. With a long history, the city is more recently known as the location of the signing of a famous international environment treaty. Which east Asian city is this?
Our next stop is the found on the Sava River in northern Croatia, and an important transportation connection between the Adriatic Sea, and Western Europe. Which city is it?
This South American city is on the shores of the Rio de la Plata. The city is an autonomous city, declared so after decades of political fighting. What city is it?
Rio de Janiero
This last city is home to the headquarters of many international organizations including the World Health Organization, the Red Cross, and the former home of the League of Nations. Found on the side of a lake with the same name, this city borders both the Alps and Jura Mountains. Which city is it?
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Compiled Oct 31 12