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World Trivia Questions With Answers

World trivia quiz questions and answers.

 

World Trivia Questions With Answers

The Punjab is an area of India, what does it mean?
A:  Five Rivers.

Who is supposed to be buried under Kings Cross station?
A:  Boadicea.

The world's oldest university, Fez,  founded in 859 is located where?
A: Morocco.

What is the Loch Ness Monster?
A: In Scottish folklore, the Loch Ness Monster or Nessie is a creature said to inhabit Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.

In what country are  Bam Yat and Holon located?
A:  Israel.

What animal comes last alphabetically in the Chinese horoscope?
A: Tiger.

Paella is a characteristic Spanish dish, originally from where?
A: Valencia, radiating early on to Catalonia and Murcia along Spain's Mediterranean coast.

 

What city was nicknamed "The Pearl of the Orient?
A: Manila - Philippines

In what country are the Choke mountains located?
A:  Ethiopia

What is the name of the Greek national airline?
A:  Olympic Airways

How many airports were there in China in 2017?
A: There were approximately 229.

In Poland if you asked for a piwo what would you get
A:  A Beer.

What is the name of the capital city that is heated by volcanic springs?
A:  Reykjavik (Iceland)

What are Falafel?
A: Falafel are small fried croquettes of bean or chickpea flour, eaten across the Levant and the West, but originating in Egypt.

 

In which Irish county is the Blarney stone located?
A:  Cork

In what country was the bayonet designed and developed?
A:  France

What sport takes place at Montlhery France, and Zandvoort Holland?
A:  Motor car racing

In the 3rd century BCE, the Qin reunited core China and established what?
A: The first Chinese empire.

A mountain climbing camp on Lenin Peak, in what is now Kyrgyzstan, was wiped out in 1990 when what happened?
A: An earthquake triggered a large avalanche that overran the camp.

How many climbers were killed?
A: Forty-three climbers were killed.

In London,  what are the Whitechaple, Courtald and Heywood?
A:  Art Galleries.

Auld Reekie is the nickname for  what European city?
A:  Edinburgh.

 

On 28 June 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb Yugoslav nationalist, assassinated whom?
A: The Austro-Hungarian heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo.

After the sinking of seven US merchant ships by German submarines, and the revelation that the Germans were trying to incite Mexico to make war on the United States, what did the US do on 6 April 1917?
A: The US declared war on Germany.

How many people died as a direct result of World War I?
A: An estimated nine million combatants and seven million civilians.

Which European country awards the Nobel peace prize?
A:  Norway.

Ouagodougou is the capitol of what country?
A:  Bakina Faso.

In Thailand it's illegal to step on what?
A:  Nation's Currency

What is the most visited theme park in Scandinavia?
A: Tivoli Gardens park.

Bourse is the name of the Paris what?
A:  Stock exchange

What country calls itself Republika Shqiperise?
A: Albania

When did winemaking start in Italy?
A: In the ninth century BC, and in France around 600 BC.