EuroRevision Quiz: How well do you know Eurovision 1971?

How well do you know the history of Eurovision? In our EuroRevision series, we aim to put the spotlight back on the early years of Eurovision, journeying through until we reach the current contest.

Today our quiz revolves around the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest, so test your knowledge below!  Catch up on our EuroRevision post all about Eurovision 1971, here.

Which nation debuted at this edition of the contest?
The winning Eurovision entry from 1971 was performed in which language?
Which of the following statements is true about Finland in 1971?
Finland finished in the Top 10
Finland finished in last place for the fourth time
Finland was represented by a soloist
With the new method of voting, 10 was the highest possible score from an individual jury. Which nations achieved at least one set of 10 points?
Monaco, Spain, Portugal and Finland
Monaco, Switzerland, Spain and Sweden
United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden and Belgium
The 1971 contest was held in which city?
Luxembourg City
Which of the following statements is true about the 1971 contest?
Groups of up to six people were allowed to perform on stage
Yugoslavia closed the show with their entrant Krunoslav Slabinac
Voting juries consisted of 3 members per jury
Which two artists in the 1971 line-up had previously competed at Eurovision?
Katja Ebstein and Jacques Raymond
Karina and Serge Lama
Massimo Ranieri and Hanne Krogh
Which nation was represented by the song ‘Pomme, Pomme, Pomme’?
Due to the new voting system, no nations received nul points. How many points did the last placed nation achieve?
52 points
65 points
43 points
Who hosted the 1971 contest?
Bernadette Ní Ghallchóir
Tom McGrath
Coleman Pearce