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Test your general knowledge with this challenging Great British Pub Quiz, if you find it a little too challenging then why not have a go at the easier version.
What figure do you get if you add a gross and a baker's dozen?
144 + 13
What nickname do English football clubs Wigan Athletic and Oldham Athletic share?
Prior to granting independence in 1949, which European country had colonial rule over Indonesia?
Yes, Indonesia made up part of the Dutch East Indies colony
Who sings the song that currently holds the record for most views on Youtube?
Yes, Bieber's song Baby somehow has just short of 300 million views on Youtube
What is Victoria Beckham's maiden name?
Who preceded Margaret Thatcher as British Prime Minister?
Yes, Callaghan was Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979
What is the chemical name for the symbol Mn?
According to the 2010 Forbes Rich List, what nationality is the world's richest man, with a fortune of around $53.5bn?
Yes, Mexican Carlo Herlu has unseated Bill Gates as the world's richest man and is the first non-US citizen in 16 years to sit top of the list.
Which rock band released the 1973 album 'The Dark Side of the Moon', recognisable for its iconic cover showing a triangular prism and rainbow of light?
Which motorway links London with Bristol and South Wales?
In which European city would you find the headquarters of Interpol?
German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen developed which medical advancement in 1895 that is still used today?
Who was British monarch for just nine days in July 1553?
Yes, she became Queen following the death of Edward VI
At which Grand Prix was motorsport legend Ayrton Senna killed in a crash in May 1994?
Yes, although named the San Marino Grand Prix, the track is actually in Italy
Who won the 2001 Wimbledon Mens Title?
Before the introduction of the euro, what was the currency of Austria?
According to the latest UN report, which former Soviet state has a 100% literacy rate, the highest in the world?
In which ocean do the Seychelles lie?
Who wrote the book 'To Kill A Mockingbird' in 1960?
Who was the fascist leader of Italy during the Second World War?
Which nation won the Football World Cup in 1930 and 1950, but never since?
Yes, they won the first World Cup in 1930 as the host nation, and again in Brazil in 1950.
In which English county is the town of Luton?
Who created the Star Wars franchise?
The Victoria Falls lies on the border between Zambia and which other African country?
Which word with Japanese origins is used in English to describe a wealthy business leader?
Which British singer has his own fashion label named 'Rokstarr'?
Complete the name of a famous British beer: Newcastle _____ Ale
In which state is the US city of Chicago?
Which word can follow 'Carriage-' and 'Free-'?
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