While Vladimir Lenin was stoking the fires of communism in Russia, his wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya, was right by his side. In the early years of the Soviet Union, she promoted women's causes, advocated for more libraries and served in political roles related to education. These days, her most visible legacy might be Krupskaya, the St. Petersburg chocolate company founded in the 1930s and named in her honor.
To protest a tax increase, Lady Godiva shed her clothes and rode on horseback through the streets of what city?
A) Coventry, England
B) Dresden, Germany
C) Florence, Italy
D) Rouen, France
Previous answer: Scientist/inventor Nikola Tesla is pictured on the 100-dinar banknotes of Serbia.
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