5 Questions: A Tale of Two Cities

1 of 5
In 1950, what were the only two cities in the world with a metropolitan population in excess of 10 million persons?
London & New York
Rio de Janeiro & Calcutta
Paris & Mexico City
Moscow & Tokyo
2 of 5
The Golden Gate Bridge, which connects San Francisco and Sausalito, was constructed in which decade?
1970s
1950s
1930s
1910s
3 of 5
What are the "two cities" referenced in the Charles Dickens novel A Tale of Two Cities?
Paris & London
Berlin & Moscow
New York & Los Angeles
Rome & Venice
4 of 5
St. Paul is geographically located in what direction from its twin city, Minneapolis, Minnesota?
north
south
east
west
5 of 5
Formed in 1913 from the merger of two North Carolina towns, Winston-Salem is the home of which university?
Duke
Wake Forest
East Carolina
NC State