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General questions for well minded people who like to test their knowledge!
How many stars are on the flag of the USA?
The stars represent the number of states in the USA.
What is the capital city of Kenya?
The city is known as 'the green city in the sun'.
Which male singles tennis player has won the most ever Wimbledon titles?
Pete has won Wimbledon seven times! Roger Federer is a close second with 6!
What is the name of the food in Spanish cuisine used as a snack or appetizer, usually made from cheese and often consists of olives?
The serving of tapas is designed to encourage conversation because people are not so focused upon eating an entire meal that is set before them.
Which is the most successful football team in England?
This team has won 18 division 1 titles, 7 FA cup's and 5 European and UEFA Champions League cup's
Which nation borders both Spain and France?
This is a very small nation inbetween Spain and France and only has an estimated population of just 83,888!
What is the name of largest mountain in Africa by peak?
Kilimanjaro is actually the fourth largest mountain in the world, Everest is the tallest.
In which year was the Battle of Hastings?
The battle was fought between the Norman army of Duke William II of Normandy and the English army of King Harold II. The battle was eventually won by the Normans.
Which film series involves the fictional location of Mordor?
Mordor is the dwelling place of Sauron and where the ring must be destroyed!
From which country does car manufacturer 'Audi' originate?
Audi is actually owned by another German car manufacturer - Volkswagen
Who parted the red sea?
Moses parted the red sea to free the Israelites from slavery.
Which male artist had the hit song - 'suspicious minds'?
This was Elvis' last ever number one hit in the US, Rolling Stone magazine listed the song as #91 on their list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
Which city in Italy is notable for its fashion products?
Milan is regarded as one of the fashion capitals of the world, along with New York City, Paris, and London
What is the capital city of Egypt?
Cairo is the second largest city in Africa behind Lagos in Nigeria.
Who was the second man to set foot on the moon?
Buzz was second to Neil Armstrong of course and did you know Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story got his name from Mr. Aldrin!
Which language is spoken in Brazil?
Approximately 240 million people in the world speak portuguese, most notably in Portugal, Brazil and Angola.
Which gas planet in the solar system has a 'great red spot'?
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet within the Solar System.
What is the name of the island just off the south-west of Italy?
Sicily is the largest island in the Meditteranean sea.
What is the name of the current prime minister of the UK?
Leader of the conservative party, David Cameron became prriminister after Gordon Brown resigned in May 2010.
Which popular 1980's arcade game involves falling blocks?
Tetris was created in 1984 by Alexey Pajitnov from the Soviet Union.
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