Things Daniel learned in March 2020, Part 3

Can you name the Things Daniel learned in March 2020?

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What world capital, at 28 m below sea level, is the lowest lying capital city, and largest city below sea level
The Vautrin Lud Prize is the highest award in this field
This Danish physicist discovered electric currents create magnetic fields, the first connection found between electricity and magnetism
This area of land was flooded by rising sea levels between 6500-6200 BC, before which time it connected Britain and continental Europe
Which planet in our solar system has a day that is longer than its year
Either of the two extreme points (i.e. the farthest or nearest point) in the orbit of a planetary body about its primary body is known as what
This is a small Solar System body with either a perihelion or a semi-major axis between those of the outer planets
The theoretical cloud of predominantly icy planetesimals proposed to surround the Sun from 2,000 to 200,000 au is named after who
This is the largest confirmed small body of the outer solar system. It orbits the sun between Saturn and Uranus
Dust, soil and broken rock are among the materials of this loose heterogenous layer covering solid rock found on Earth, the Moon, and Mars
What prize is generally regarded as the highest distinction in geologic studies, and the Nobel Prize of geology
In what phase transition does gas turn into a solid skipping the liquid phase
On the periodic table, what group is composed of elements with atomic numbers 57-71
'The Dream Songs', a compilation of '77 Dream songs' and 'His Toy, His Dream, His Rest' is the best-known work of this American poet
'Blood Wedding', 'Yerma', 'the House of Bernarda Alba', and 'Gypsy Ballads' are all works by what Spanish playwright and poet
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'Life Studies' and 'Lord Weary's Castle' are two books of poetry by this 20th-Century American poet
This style of poetry emerged in the US in the 1950s and focused on extreme moments of personal experience, psyche and trauma
This 2005 book, narrated by Death, tells the story of Liesel Meminger in Nazi Germany during WWII
What 1899 novel by Frank Norris tells the story of a couple's courtship and marriage, followed by their descent into poverty and violence
This 1965 novel by Jerzy Kosinski followed a wandering boy's experiences in WWII was controversial in both content and authorship
This friend and lover of Virginia Woolf wrote 13 novels, including the pastoral epic 'The Land', and inspired Woolf's 'Orlando'
The Bach cantata 'Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht' is commonly referred to as what, given the work amusingly tells of an addiction to it
Often associated with clowns, 'Entrance of the Gladiators' is a march composed in 1897 but what Czech composer
This lover of Auguste Rodin gained renown for sculpting in her own right. Some of her notable sculptures: The Mature Age, The Waltz
What French culinary term describes minced mushrooms, onions, shallots and herbs, sauteed in butter and reduced to a paste
In the Italian dish known in American mostly as 'pasta fasul' (fazool), what is the fasul?
Momofuku Ando, founder of Nissin Food Products, contributed what culinary invention to the world
Founded in 1918, Haaretz is the longest-running newspaper currently in print in this country
Tony Shalhoub played what TV detective from 2002-2009, who continued to investigate cases in spite of his intense OCD
Meaning 'to live', what 1952 Japanese film follows Kanji Watanabe boring bureaucratic job and his quest for meeting

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