Statistics for 20 Nordic Cities Everyone Should Know

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  • This quiz has been taken 468 times
  • The average score is 11 of 20

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DescriptionCity% Correct
Where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded annuallyOslo
93%
Most populous Nordic cityStockholm
92%
Home to the Tivoli Gardens and The Little Mermaid statueCopenhagen
87%
You can drive from the above to this city, through the Øresund BridgeMalmö
80%
Host of the 1952 Summer OlympicsHelsinki
73%
Served as the capital of Norway in the 13th centuryBergen
70%
Most populous Danish city on the Jutland peninsulaAarhus
66%
Home to the largest port in Nordic countries and leading Scandinavian film festivalGothenburg
60%
1994 Winter Olympics host townLillehammer
52%
Where Bobby Fischer defeated Boris Spassky to become World Chess ChampionReykjavik
51%
Former center of the Finnish industry, therefore nicknamed "Manchester of the North"Tampere
43%
The oldest university in Northern Europe was founded hereUppsala
40%
Nicknamed the "Oil Capital of Norway"Stavanger
38%
Biggest city in Gotland, was a center of the Hanseatic LeagueVisby
38%
The European Commission has concluded that the citizens of this Danish city are the most
satisfied people in Europe with their city
Aalborg
37%
World's third largest city north of the Arctic CircleTromsø
36%
Birthplace of Hans Christian AndersenOdense
35%
Swedish city that was the site of a 1397 treaty joining Denmark, Sweden,
and Norway under one king
Kalmar
34%
World's northernmost town whose population is above 10,000Hammerfest
32%
Largest town outside Iceland's heavily populated southwest cornerAkureyri
22%

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