Interesting International Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers
Who named a city after his horse Bucephalus?
A: Alexander the Great.
Napoleons mothers name was what?
San Francisco became the first US city to do what in
A: Ban the sale and possession of handguns.
What hath God Wrought was first message sent by whom in 1844? A: Samuel Morse, from Washington to Baltimore.
In which country was Auschwitz located?
What famous explorer's last words were "I have not told
half of what I saw"?
A: Marco Polo.
In ancient Rome what could be candida, picta, pulla or
A: Styles of Togas.
What was banned by law in the 16th and 17th centuries in
A: High heels because prostitutes were drowning.
Jason sailed in the Argo, but who steered the ship?
Socrates wife's name was what?
Shingle was the code name for what World War II Allied
What wood was Jesus' cross supposed to be made out of?
What Scottish clan were traitors and caused the Glencoe
In what city was the first public opera house opened?
Rousseau the French philosopher hid in alleys doing what?
A: Mooning passers by.
The word athletics comes from the Greek athlos meaning
In 1991 Leonid Kravchuk became president of where?
What would cause Ancient Egyptians to shave their eyebrows?
A: In mourning for the death of a cat.
Count de Grisly was the first person to perform what magic
trick in 1799?
A: Saw woman in half.
What Biblical city was the code name for the RAF bombings
of Hamburg in World War II?