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Quiz about Cities  Towns of the Grand Republic of Bulgaria
Quiz about Cities  Towns of the Grand Republic of Bulgaria

Cities & Towns of the Grand Republic of Bulgaria Quiz

Can you identify the municipalities found in the country of Bulgaria?

A collection quiz by jcmttt. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Quiz #
Jul 08 24
# Qns
Avg Score
12 / 15
Last 3 plays: wwwocls (6/15), magijoh1 (15/15), MariaVerde (9/15).
Select the towns and cities of Bulgaria.
There are 15 correct entries. Get 3 incorrect and the game ends.
Burgas Igoumenitsa Pernik Sliven Dobrich Ymittos Pleven Yambol Plovdiv Shumen Ruse Blagoevgrad Haskovo Sitia Grevena Nea Moudania Argostoli Tyrnavos Varna Sofia Stara Zagora Veliko Tarnovo

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Most Recent Scores
Jul 18 2024 : wwwocls: 6/15
Jul 18 2024 : magijoh1: 15/15
Jul 18 2024 : MariaVerde: 9/15
Jul 17 2024 : Guest 176: 5/15
Jul 16 2024 : Guest 89: 14/15
Jul 14 2024 : devildriva: 12/15
Jul 14 2024 : ramses22: 8/15
Jul 13 2024 : ZWOZZE: 13/15
Jul 13 2024 : Guest 98: 13/15

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts

FYI - All incorrect answers are municipalities of the country of Greece.

Did you know?

- Sofia sits on the Roman ruins of the old city of Serdica, most notably the Serdica Amphitheater, which was among the largest in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.

- Plovdiv preserves one of the world's oldest functioning clock towers. The historic building on Sahat Tepe dates back to 1623.

- Varna was an early adopter of Christianity. According to Catholic Church sources, the first bishop in the town was named Ampliatus, known to be a disciple of the Apostle Paul.

- Burgas has a long history of salt production dating back to ancient times. The source of salt production includes salt pans in the region, including the Atanasovsko Lake.

- Ruse was established 23 centuries ago as a Thracian port. In the late 1st century, the city became part of the northern frontier of the Roman Empire under the name Sexaginta Prista from the Latin for "port for 60 ships".
Source: Author jcmttt

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