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1. A bit of gossip: what was the main reason for the divorce of Napoleon i and Joséphine? 1 POINT

At dinner on 30 November 1809, Napoléon let Joséphine know that — in the interest of France — he must find another wife who could produce an heir. Joséphine, however, had 2 kids of a previous marriage.

2. What is the name of the oldest Parisian bridge along the Seine River? 1 POINT

Pont Neuf (16th century)

3. What is the relationship between Paris and “PANAME”? 2 POINTS

“PANAME” is a slang word for Paris, like “the big apple” for NYC

4. What is the oldest street in Paris? 2 POINTS

Rue Saint-Jacques, in the Latin Quarter (Paris 5). It was Roman Lutetia’s Cardo Maximus

5. Where in Paris can we admire Monet’s waterlilies? 1 POINT

Musée de l’Orangerie, at one side of the Tuileries Garden.

6. Where is located Coco Chanel’s historic boutique in Paris? 1 POINT

31 Rue Cambon, in Paris 1

7. Who said Paris is well worth a Mass? 2 POINTS

King Henri IV. Born protestant, he converted to Catholicism in July 1593 to become King of France. Nicknamed “Vert Galant,” you can see the statue of King Henri IV on the Pont Neuf.

8. How many airports can we find in Paris? 1 POINT

Zero! 😛 Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport is located in the town of Roissy-en-France and Orly Airport is located between the towns of Orly and Villeneuve-le-Roi. Paris-Beauvais is located in the city of Beauvais, in the Hauts-de-France region.

9. What is a Saint-Honoré? 1 POINT

It is a Parisian cake and it is delicious! You can read more about this cake in this post.

10. Give us the name of 3 famous Parisian Cabarets 1 POINT

Click here for the most famous Parisian Cabarets

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