[Solved] Where was the Sorbonne founded?

The Quiz: Where was the Sorbonne founded?

London, England
Paris, France
Lucerne, Switzerland
Montreal, Canada

The formal name of the Sorbonne was the University of Paris; its shorter metonym came from the theological College of Sorbonne, which was established at the university in the 13th century by theologian Robert de Sorbon. Renowned for its excellence in both science and the arts, the university was active until 1970, when it was divided into more than a dozen autonomous universities — two of which merged to form the modern Sorbonne University in 2018.

The correct answer to this quiz is Paris, France.

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