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World Trivia Questions And Answers

World and international trivia quiz questions with the answers.

 

World Trivia Questions And Answers

What country in Europe is divided into areas called Cantons?
A:  Switzerland

What is 6 inches taller in the summer than the winter in Paris?
A: Eiffel tower

What was the name of Canada's first prime minister?
A:  Sir John MacDonald

Which African country gained independence in 1980?
A:  Zimbabwe

What are the four major current fashion capitals?
A: Paris, Milan, New York City, and London.

The capitol of Nigeria was previously Lagos, but what is it now?
A:  Abouga

Tivoli park is best known for what attraction?
A: Its wooden roller coaster, Rutschebanen, or as some people call it, Bjergbanen (The Mountain Coaster), built in 1914.

 

What was the name of the family that was the last ruling house of Italy?
A:  Savoy.

Which modern country did the Franks come from?
A:  Germany.

Spaghetti alle vongole is a typical Italian dish of pasta with what?
A: Clams.

The Chinese population increased from 550 million in 1950 to how many in 1974?
A: 900 million.

An eagle and a snake appear on what countries flag?
A:  Mexico.

The rivers Lahn and Mosel are tributaries of what larger European river?
A:  The Rhin.e

When was the grape domesticated?
A: Between 7,000 and 4,000 BC between the Black Sea and Persia.

 

In which country was the film Midnight Express set?
A: Turkey.

What cities gothic cathedral ,started in 1386 was completed in 1805?
A:  Milan.

Persia became what in 1935?
A:  Iran.

What city was known as Christiana until 1925?
A:  Oslo - Sweden.

In the early years of the Ming dynasty, China's capital was moved from Nanjing to where?
A: Beijing.

Fried fish, lettuce, and spinach is a traditional Christmas eve meal where?
A: Armenia.

In the northern hemisphere winter of 1950–1951 approximately how many avalanches were recorded in a three-month period throughout the Alps in Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy and Germany?
A: 649.

 

An unusual official sporting event in China is what?
A: Grenade Throwing

In Britain, the Christmas tree was introduced in the early 19th century following what?
A: The personal union with the Kingdom of Hanover by Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of King George III.

What is the second most commonly spoken language in Australia?
A:  Italian

In what city can you find the Spanish steps?
A:  Rome

In both Japan and Europe, a butterfly was seen as the personification of what?
A: A person's soul.

What is the national sport of Finland?
A:  Motor Rallying

What is the name of the Greek mountain consecrated to the muses?
A:  Helicon

In which city is The Abbey theatre?
A:  Dublin

As a result of World War I, the Russian Empire, the German Empire, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire did what?
A: Ceased to exist.

The Capodichino airport serves what Italian city?
A:  Naples

In England and Wales, the Christmas Day (Trading) Act 2004 prevents all large shops from doing what?
A: Trading on Christmas Day.