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#1  Location  50 seconds  82% correct rate  

Where is Paris?

#2  Buttons  20 seconds  14% correct rate  

Paris is known as the "City of ___"





A theory as to why Paris is called the “City of Light” is it was one of the first European cities to use street lighting

#3  Location  50 seconds  26% correct rate  

Where is the Eiffel Tower?

#4  Buttons  20 seconds  84% correct rate  

The Eiffel Tower is the most visited monument in Paris. True or False?



The Notre Dame Cathedral was the most visited monument in Paris until a fire forced it to close in 2019.

#5  Buttons  20 seconds  23% correct rate  

Why did many influential people oppose Gustave Eiffel when he presented his proposal to build the Eiffel Tower?

They thought it was ugly.

They thought it was dangerous.

They thought it would be too expensive.

They thought it would take too long.

Deemed a “useless piece of metal” that would destroy the untouched beauty of Paris and overshadow meaningful landmarks

#6  Location  50 seconds  22% correct rate  

Where is the Louvre Museum in Paris?

#7  Type answer  30 seconds  74% correct rate

The Louvre Museum houses one of the most prestigious and famous paintings in the world, what is this painting called?

Mona Lisa

The Mona Lisa

With dimensions of only 77 cm x 53 cm, many visitors are surprised by the small size of Leonardo da Vinci's famous work.

#8  Buttons  20 seconds  31% correct rate  

The Louvre Museum in Paris is the largest museum in the world. True or False?



The Louvre was built as a grand fortress, turned into a royal palace, and finally turned into a museum in 1793.

#9  Buttons  20 seconds  16% correct rate  

Which famous actor applied to be an honorary citizen of Paris and was denied?

Tom Cruise

Charlie Sheen

John Travolta

Brad Pitt

The government of Paris denied Tom Cruise for being a member of Scientology, which France has classified as a cult.

#10  Buttons  20 seconds  12% correct rate  

What is significant about the stop signs in Paris?

There are none

There is only one

They are blue instead of red

They are triangles instead of octagons

Paris had only one stop sign until around 2012 when it mysteriously disappeared, bringing the total number down to zero.