First, the solutions to the most recent questions:
- The towns are all in France, except Aix-la-Chapelle, which is the French for Aachen in Germany; aix means ‘water’, from Latin ‘aquas’
- L’Escaut in France, crosses into Belgium, where it is known as de Scheldt
- ‘Vasistas’ is a small window above a door to let in light, in English often known as a ‘transom’; etymology is Was ist das? (German)
Now the final four:
- The flat part of your hand links to two European towns; name all three words
- Which Polish town is linked to dancing?
- Which Italian town name is made up of a very common fruit?
- 20 1000; a town in Italy.
1. The solutions to More Crackerjack !
- Canterbury (Canter + Bury)
- Tallin, capital of Estonia (Tall + inn)