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Richard Halliburton Geography Quiz Nr. 1

Posted by on January 12, 2011


In connection with the first entry on one of the German-named villages in Minnesota, here is the first question:

1. While there is a Bergen in Minnesota, there is only one Bergen in Europe and that is in Norway. True or False? If false, in which European countries can a person also find a town bearing this name?

Please respond to this question through the comment section by no later than Saturday 15 January, as the commentary will be written that day, and the results will be tabulated and included along with the correct answer. Good luck  and looking forward to your answers.

5 Responses to Richard Halliburton Geography Quiz Nr. 1

  1. Kristin

    There is a Bergen, Canada
    Bergen, Norway
    Bergen, Netherlands
    Bergen, Germany
    Bergen, Belgium
    Bergen, New Zealand
    Bergen, Australia
    Bergen, U.S.A

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