Here is the question :
TOLEDO IS THE NAME OF A CITY IN WHICH TWO COUNTRIES?
Here is the option for the question :
- Spain and United States
- United States and Chile
- Portugal and Spain
- United States and England
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC0098] There are no (twin) sibling fights going on here.
Not only do Toledo, Spain and Toledo, Ohio have a similar name, but the two cities can also claim to have the oldest sister-city connection in the world, which was founded in 1931.
Toledo, Spain and Toledo, Ohio share a common name.
Prior to the sister-city relationship being formalized, the presidents of the University of Toledo in Ohio traveled to Toledo, Spain, and while there, they came up with the following motto to use in Spanish: “Coadyuvando El Presente, Formando El Porvenir” (which translates to “Guide to the Present, Moulder of the Future”).
Over the course of many years, visiting delegations and dignitaries have traversed the almost 4,000 kilometers that separate the two Toledos in order to celebrate the intellectual, artistic, and athletic achievements of one another.
Although there is no monarchy in Ohio, the American tourists who traveled to Spain to celebrate the 50th (1981) and 75th (2006) anniversaries of the sister-city connection were hosted by King Juan Carlos of Spain on both occasions.