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192. By the mid-seventeenth century, Amsterdam had built a new town hall so large that only St. Peter’s in Rome, the Escorial in Spain, and the Palazza Ducale in Venice could rival it for scale or magnificence.

(A) could rival it for
(B) were the rivals of it in their
(C) were its rival as to
(D) could be its rivals in their
(E) were rivaling its
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There is something missing in A.
...could rival it for scale or <for> magnificence...

E though does not sound the best but I could not find any errors.
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my question is for answer choice A how do we know what "it" refers to? couldnt it refer to the town hall, st. peters, or ducale?
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