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Which is the capital city of pennsylvania ?

Beaver Falls
Greensburg
Harrisburg
New Kensington


Harrisburg is the capital city of pennsylvania.  According to Forbes in 2010, Harrisburg was as the second best place in the U.S. to raise a family.

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What is the abbreviation of pennsylvania state ?

PE
PA
PS
PY


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Which is the largest city by population in the US state of pennsylvania ?

Reading
Allentown
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia


In 1682, William Penn founded the city to serve as capital of Pennsylvania Colony. By the 1750s, Philadelphia had surpassed Boston to become the largest city and busiest port in British America, and second in the British Empire, behind London

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What is the nickname of US state of pennsylvania ?

The Natural State
Sunshine State
Keystone State
Hawkeye State


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Which is the state tree of US state of pennsylvania ?

Sitka Spruce
Longleaf Pine
Eastern hemlock
American White Birch


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Which is the state beverage of US state of pennsylvania ?

Milk
Whiskey
Tea
Tomato juice


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Which is the state flower of US state of pennsylvania ?

Peach blossom
Violet
Mountain laurel
Goldenrod


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Which is the highest point in Pennsylvania ?

Mount Davis
Pine Knob
Bald Eagle Mountain
North Knob


The high point was named for John Nelson Davis, an early settler, American Civil War veteran, surveyor, and naturalist known for his studies of the mountain's flora and fauna.

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In which city, there is a law on the books that prohibits a person from sipping a carbonated drink while lecturing students in a school auditorium ?

Chester
Hazleton
Philadelphia
Titusville


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The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence. It is located in which city ?

Titusville
Chester
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh


The Liberty bell was originally casted in 1752 in London, England.  Later, it was commissioned as a bell for the Pennsylvania State House. It is now called Independence Hall.

The bell was first cracked during a test ringing. After that, the bell was recast twice in 1753 by John Pass and John Stow. The restored bell was rung at the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776. It usually rang to announce many important events in early American history, including Presidential elections and deaths.

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