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German Names of East European Cities 2
"This is a (more difficult) sequel to my quiz about German names of East European cities.These cities had a large population of Germans up to the World Wars."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Starting in Croatia, what was the German name of the Croatian capital, Zagreb?
To Romania now. Alba Iulia in Transylvania was called _______ in German?
Another Romanian city in Transylvania - Oradea was called what in German?
Transylvania had a large minority of Germans - what was the German name for Brasov?
Yet another Transylvanian city - they were all part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. What was the German name of Sibiu?
Now to Hungary. Sopron - at the Austrian border - was called _____ in German?
Another Hungarian city - Pecs - had this name in German?
What about Oprava, in Czech Republic? What is the German name?
The city of Plzen is also in the Czech Republic. What was it called in German?
Now we are in Slovakia, and the city of Banska Bystrica. Which was called in German?
Then we go to Poland. The city of Zabrze had this German name 1918-1945.
Yet another Polish city. Poznan had this name in German?
The Polish harbor of Szczecin was called in German?
Now we are in nowaday's Kalinin District, which belongs to Russia. It was once part of East Prussia. The city is today called Sovetsk. What was it called under German rule?
Finally, the city Daugavpils in Latvia had a German name, which was?
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Compiled Jun 28 12