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Crown Dependency Quiz - Guernsey

Can you guess these facts about the Bailiwick of Guernsey, located in the English Channel near the coast of France?
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Last updated: May 17, 2023
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Capital
St. Peter Port
Day of commemoration to mark the island's freedom from German Occupation in WW2
Liberation Day
Three largest islands that fall within the Bailiwick (apart from Guernsey itself)
Alderney
Sark
Herm
'Supernatural' site near Portelet Harbour, also known as La Table Des Pions
Fairy Ring
Guernsey born Marguerite Anne Harvey became the first verified female supercentenarian when she reached this age in 1902
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Popular wartime tourist attraction in La Vassalerie
German Underground Hospital
According to folklore, stone ledges protruding from chimneys on Guernsey houses were used as seats for these magical beings to rest on as they flew by
Witches
Fortification that has guarded the island's main harbour for over 800 years
Castle Cornet
Animal associated with Guernsey, said to be due to the steepness of the island's streets or in reference to the stubborn nature of its inhabitants
Donkey
Novel by Victor Hugo, published while in self-imposed exile in Guernsey
Les Misérables
Historical romantic novel and film set in 1946 on Guernsey
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Guernsey's only landlocked parish
St. Andrew
Biennial multi-disciplinary sporting event in which Guernsey competes against other similar communities
Island Games
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