World Geography Exam (Chapters 12-17)
City of light
Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig Van Beetoven
Famous German Composers
Famous French Writer
Ukranian dance featuring acrobatic leaps
The "Paris of eastern Europe"
Dividing line between Europe and Asia
St. Petersburg Hermitage Museum
Originally built to hold the art collection of czars
Port that is separated from the rest of Russia
Built on a group of more than 100 islands
Government controlled by religious leaders
The scattering of Jews to countries in many parts of the world
Belief in many gods and goddesses
Large, steplike tower
Great prophet of Islam
Underground rock layers that store large amounts of water
Morocco's largest city and port
The capital of Libya
North Africa's smallest country
Capital of Egypt
Northern Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales
What are the four regions of the United Kingdom?
Claud Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renois were famous ____.
France and Spain
What two countries are separated by the Pyrenees?
Which country is a land of hot springs and geysers?
Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemberg
What are the Benelux countries?
What city in Italy has no cars, but instead relies on boats for transportation on its many canals?
Where is Mother Teresa from?
The Aral Sea
Irrigation in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan is causing which body of water to rapidly dry up?
In the Russian household, the person who takes care of the cooking, cleaning, and child care is often the ____.
What does Babushka mean?
What is the world's largest inland body
Hammurabi was the greatest kind of ____.
We borrowed our 60-minute hour from a number system developed by the ____.
Epic of Gilgamesh
The world's first known story is ____.
What was the "gift of the Nile"?
What is another name of the Eastern Desert?
The word Sahara means ____.
Shops and Bazaars
In Algiers, the casbahs are known for their ____.