Statistics for Five European Cities by a Clue A-Z

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  • The average score is 84 of 130

Answer Stats

ClueCity% Correct
AAnne Frank was hiding in an attic
during WWII in this city
Amsterdam
97%
BIts wall went down in 1989Berlin
97%
ECapital of ScotlandEdinburgh
97%
FEurope's financial capitalFrankfurt
95%
GMost populous city in ScotlandGlasgow
94%
OEngland's oldest university localeOxford
94%
WIts Jewish ghetto was razed in 1943Warsaw
94%
ALost the Peloponnesian WarAthens
92%
LA giant Ferris wheel is its "eye"London
92%
MFootball club: Inter _____, AC _____Milan
92%
MGrace Kelly was its princessMonaco
92%
MWhere the Muscovites liveMoscow
92%
M
Was site of "Beer Hall Putsch",
Hitler's failed 1923 coup
Munich
92%
NWhere pizza has its originsNaples
92%
OFrench city; there's a "new" one
in Louisiana
Orléans
92%
R"The Eternal City"Rome
90%
RDutch city with Europe's busiest portRotterdam
90%
B1992 Summer Olympics hostBarcelona
89%
BThis city on Danube was founded
when three cities unified in 1873
Budapest
89%
DFrench city famous for mustardDijon
89%
OUkrainian seaportOdessa
89%
CClosest French city to Great BritainCalais
87%
DTown near the White CliffsDover
87%
GPolish city formerly known as DanzigGdańsk
87%
ICity on the BosphorusIstanbul
87%
KHome to Poland's oldest universityKraków
87%
N"Pleasant" city on the French RivieraNice
87%
RCapital of LatviaRiga
87%
TItalian Winter Olympics host cityTurin
87%
VWhere people ride gondolasVenice
87%
DWas firebombed by the Allied in 1945Dresden
85%
FThe Medici family called this homeFlorence
85%
P"La Ville-Lumière"Paris
85%
TCapital of AlbaniaTirana
85%
AScotland's "Granite City"Aberdeen
84%
BFounded by Vlad the Impaler in 1459Bucharest
84%
H1952 Summer Olympics hostHelsinki
84%
IAustrian Winter Olympics host cityInnsbruck
84%
KBiggest city on the Dnieper RiverKyiv
84%
EIts name is German for "to eat"Essen
82%
GSits at the entrance of the
Mediterranean Sea
Gibraltar
82%
HOlaf Scholz was once its mayorHamburg
82%
NCity that hosted Nazi rallies and,
later, war tribunals
Nuremberg
82%
SCity where an archduke met his
end in 1914
Sarajevo
82%
YEnglish city famous for its city wallsYork
82%
CÖresund Bridge's western terminusCopenhagen
81%
LIrish city / Type of poemLimerick
81%
VStalin, Hitler, Trotsky, Tito and Freud,
all lived here in 1913
Vienna
81%
DAppears in the title of a 1914
James Joyce work of literature
Dublin
79%
EAlpine spa town in France that is
known for a brand of bottled water
Évian-les-Bains
79%
IPopular resort town
in the Balearic Islands
Ibiza
79%
SSetting of "Anna Karenina"St. Petersburg
79%
UMost important Dutch city
during the Middle Ages
Utrecht
79%
DWalled city of southern CroatiaDubrovnik
77%
KRussian exclave, formerly known
as Königsberg
Kaliningrad
77%
PSpanish city where bulls runPamplona
77%
VCapital of LiechtensteinVaduz
77%
WBelgian town near where Napoleon
met his final defeat
Waterloo
77%
YWWII conference site in CrimeaYalta
77%
ADiamond capital of the worldAntwerp
76%
PCapital of SicilyPalermo
76%
SNamesake of a famous "syndrome"Stockholm
76%
ZUBS and Credit Suisse HQZürich
76%
GWhere Volvo was founded in 1927Gothenburg
74%
I"Capital" of the Scottish highlandsInverness
74%
SCity from "The Sound of Music"Salzburg
74%
LHit by a devastating 1755 earthquakeLisbon
73%
GWas formerly a maritime republicGenoa
71%
O1952 Winter Olympics hostOslo
71%
ZHome to Ban Jelačić SquareZagreb
71%
BNovak Djokovic's hometownBelgrade
68%
HWhere William the Conqueror
defeated Harold in 1066
Hastings
68%
LEuropean Court of Justice locationLuxembourg
68%
C"The red dragon will lead the way"
says this city's coat of arms
Cardiff
66%
AOnce home to the papacyAvignon
65%
HMain city of CreteHeraklion
65%
RA statue of Helios guarded its harborRhodes
65%
VCity formerly called StalingradVolgograd
65%
WIrish city known for crystalWaterford
65%
NWhere the Geordie dialect is spokenNewcastle
63%
HCapital of Lower Saxony, GermanyHanover
61%
THome to the Aristotle UniversityThessaloniki
61%
CFormerly called "Kishinev"Chișinău
60%
PWhere people were defenstrated
twice in the middle ages
Prague
58%
YSite of five WWI battles in BelgiumYpres
58%
KGreek city or a type of oliveKalamata
56%
UFormer pagan center of SwedenUppsala
56%
JAndalusian city famous
for its sherry
Jerez de
la Frontera
53%
LKnown for its festival of lights and
being the HQ of Interpol
Lyon
53%
RMajor city on the delta of Russia's
Don River
Rostov-
on-Don
53%
ZWhere 50% of the Aragonese liveZaragoza
53%
UHome to the world's tallest cathedralUlm
52%
FPortugal's southernmost cityFaro
50%
NSerbia's second-biggest cityNovi Sad
50%
FCity in southwest GermanyFreiburg
48%
OBiggest city in northern FinlandOulu
48%
WPost-WWI German state namesakeWeimar
45%
PFormerly called "Titograd"Podgorica
44%
QNamesake of boxing's codes of rulesQueensbury
44%
U3-letter Russian city west of the UralsUfa
44%
CTransylvania's unofficial capitalCluj-Napoca
42%
QCity in southwestern BrittanyQuimper
42%
TWas painted by El GrecoToledo
42%
UMajor city in northeastern ItalyUdine
42%
KCity on Volga; Capital of TatarstanKazan
40%
QTown in Île-de-France, not the
birthplace of two Adams presidents
Quincy-sous-
Sénart
39%
SIts name is Greek for "wisdom"Sofia
39%
V"Jerusalem of the North"Vilnius
39%
WEnglish city / "royal" porcelain brandWorcester
34%
ELargest city in North BrabantEindhoven
31%
JSwedish city on the lake of VätternJönköping
31%
TIt was until early 20th century
still called "Reval"
Tallinn
31%
ELargest entirely in European TurkeyEdirne
29%
JThuringia's second-largest cityJena
29%
XGreece's "City of a Thousand Colors"Xanthi
27%
ZCapital of Overijssel, NetherlandsZwolle
24%
X____phone + Greek for "city" = ...Xylopoli
23%
ZHome to Europe's largest nuclear
power plant, located in Ukraine
Zaporizhia
23%
XTown in Navarre, Spain / Prof. XXavier
21%
YWallander was from this Swedish cityYstad
21%
JSpain's "Olive oil capital of the world"Jaén
18%
MIts airport code is MSQMinsk
18%
XCity in western GermanyXanten
18%
JNicknamed the "Athens of Finland"Jyväskylä
16%
QNorth of Hamburg, can be "fast-born"Quickborn
16%
IWhere Illuminati got its startIngolstadt
15%
YRussian city that hosted a
"Global Policy Forum" in 2009
Yaroslav
15%
FBuilt at the mouth of Glomma,
Norway's longest river
Fredrikstad
13%
QMajor Portuguese city near LisbonQueluz
11%
XSpanish origins of House of Borgia,
which produced two popes
Xàtiva
3%

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