How well do you know the East End?

Think you know the East End? Put your

Think you know the East End? Put your knowledge of Twin Forks trivia to the test.

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The eyes of the Big Duck in Flanders glow red. That's because they're made from...

The Big Duck in Flanders was built in

Photo credit: Colleen Harrington

2

The Montauk Lighthouse was…

The Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum and Gift Shop

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3

These two towns both claim to be the first settled on Long Island:

The race for the open Southampton supervisor seat

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4

This beach house-lined road in Westhampton Beach takes you to Cupsogue.

Cupsogue County Park. (Newsday photo / Nina Ruggiero)

Photo credit: (Newsday/Nina Ruggiero)

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This North Fork lighthouse was commissioned by George Washington and now houses a museum.

George Washington Statue in NYC via Getty Images

Photo credit: Getty Images

6

In the past, Greenport was known as...

A bird's-eye view of Greenport, onboard Sagres, during

Photo credit: Randee Daddona

7

This town's village green lays claim to one of the oldest English frame houses still standing in the state.

Built around 1649, the Old House in Cutchogue

Photo credit: Colleen Harrington

8

Long Island has this many licensed wineries.

Think you know the East End? Put your
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This town was technically part of Connecticut when it was first settled in the late 1600s.

FAIRFIELD, CT - DECEMBER 13: A boat heads

Photo credit: Getty Images

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This town was once a busy whaling port, and today is home to a whaling museum.

The Whaling Museum recently unveiled a new exhibit

Photo credit: Maria Boyadjieva/Newsday

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