1. Which ocean surrounds Reunion?
2. Of which group of islands Reunion is a part of?
3. Which is the capital of Reunion?
a) Saint Denis
d) La Rochelle
Gustave Flaubert was a French writer of the realist period who is counted among the greatest Western novelists. He is best known for his first published novel, Madame Bovary, a classic tale of romance and retribution. It is a portrait of the young provincial Emma Bovary as fallen woman and her adulterous liaisons with Rodolphe Boulanger.
Gustave Flaubert Quiz Questions
1. When was Gustave Flaubert born?
a) 19 March 1823
b) 16 June 1818
c) 31 August 1826
d) 12 December 1821
2. Where was Gustave Flaubert born?
a) La Rochelle
3. Which magazine was the first to publish a writing by Gustave Flaubert?
a) Le Colibri
b) Le Figaro
c) Revue de Paris
d) Revue des Deux Mondes
Eleanor of Aquitaine, also called Eleanor of Guyenne, queen consort of both Louis VII of France (1137–52) and Henry II of England (1152–1204) and mother of Richard I (the Lion-Heart) and John of England. She was perhaps the most powerful woman in 12th-century Europe. – Encyclopaedia Britannica Eleanor of Aquitaine Quiz Questions Click here for…
1) When did Louis XVI become the King of France?
a) 15 March 1758
b) 10 May 1774
c) 8 July 1776
d) 9 December 1778
2) When was Louis XVI born?
a) 19 January 1733
b) 25 May 1742
c) 23 August 1754
d) 30 November 1762
3) Where was Louis XVI born?
This quiz is about Pauline Foures who became Napoleon’s mistress during the Egypt campaign and was known as Napoleon’s Cleopatra. Pauline Foures Quiz Questions 1. What was Pauline Foures’ original name? a) Pauline Borghese b) Pauline Bellisle c) Adele Filleul d) Hortense de Beauharnais 2. When was Pauline Foures born? a) 15 March 1778 b)…
(This quiz is about St. Isabella of France and St. Isabella of Portugal. Both are known as St. Isabel.
St. Isabella of Portugal is also known as St. Elizabeth.)
1) Who of the following was brother of St. Isabella of France?
a) St. Edward
b) St. Louis IX
c) St. Jerome
d) St. Clement
2) Who by a Bull of 26 May, 1254, allowed St. Isabella of France retain some Franciscan fathers as her special confessors?
a) Paul III
b) Innocent IV
c) Julius II
d) Martin V
3) Which convent did St. Isabella of France found?
a) Holy Family Convent
b) St. Joseph’s Convent
c) Monastery of the Humility of the Blessed Virgin
d) Monastery of St. Benedict
7. Who won women’s singles championship in French Open 2022?
a) Jessica Pegula
b) Veronika Kudermetova
c) Iga Swiatek
d) Daria Kasatkina
8. Who was runner up in women’s singles championship in French Open 2022?
a) Martina Trevisan
b) Leylah Fernandez
c) Coco Gauff
d) Sloane Stephens
9. Who won men’s singles championship in French Open 2022?
a) Alexander Zverev
b) Novak Djokovic
c) Carlos Alcaraz
d) Rafael Nadal
10. Who was runner up in men’s singles championship in French Open 2022?
a) Andrey Rublev
b) Holger Rune
c) Casper Ruud
Lucien Bonaparte Quiz Questions Click here for answers 1. What was Lucien Bonaparte’s original name? a) Luciano Pavarotti b) Lucius Cornelius Balbus c) Luciano Buonaparte d) Gaius Marius 2. When was Lucien Bonaparte born? a) 4 March 1764 b) 21 May 1775 c) 27 August 1769 d) 28 December 1772 3. Where was Lucien Bonaparte…
1. Who won mixed doubles championship in French Open 2009?
a) Liezel Huber, Bob Bryan
b) Ai Sugiyama, Andre Sa
c) Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Mark Knowles
d) Alisa Kleybanova, Bruno Soares
2. Who were runners up in mixed doubles championship in French Open 2009?
a) Nadia Petrova, Max Mirnyi
b) Vania King, Marcelo Melo
c) Sybille Bammer, Lukasz Kubot
d) Nathalie Dechy, Andy Ram
3. Who won men’s doubles championship in French Open 2009?
a) Daniel Nestor, Nenad Zemonjic
b) Igor Kunitsyn, Dmitry Tursunov
c) Bruno Soares, Kevin Ullyet
d) Leander Paes, Lukas Dlouhy
Paul Gauguin Quiz Questions 1. What was Paul Gauguin’s full name? a) Peter Paul Gauguin b) Jean Jacques Paul Gauguin c) Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin d) Paul Louis Francis Gauguin 2. When was Paul Gauguin born? a) 9 February 1854 b) 17 June 1848 c) 6 August 1849 d) 4 December 1846 3. Where was…