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What two cities are connected by the busiest international
A: London and Paris.
What Spanish port city was founded by Carthaginian general
What Bengal nation lost 300,000 people to a
cyclone and a tidal
wave in 1970?
What desert has an area larger than the continental U.S.?
A: The Sahara.
What river was designated the U.S.-Mexican border in the Treaty
of Guadalupe Hidalgo?
A: The Rio Grande.
What city's garbage collectors are honored by a street called
Avenue of the Strongest?
A: New York City's.
What wonder of the ancient world did Babylonians refer to as the
"House of the Foundations of
Heaven and Earth"?
A: The Tower of Babel.
What country was Berlin part of when it passed one million in
What's Rome's Piazza San Pietro known as in English?
A: St. Peter's Square.
What West African nation's name means "lion mountain"?
A: Sierra Leone's.
What U.S. state would you be in if you made the short trip from
Citronelle to Tangerine?
What state is home to a huge hunk of granite called The Dan
Blocker Memorial Head?
What's the world's second largest archipelago, after Indonesia?
A: The Philippines.
What's Canada's largest inland sea?
A: Hudson Bay.
What nation has had a monarchy the longest?
What Great Lake state are you stuck in if your car has broken
down in Hell?
What Italian city is considered "the fashion capital of the
What British town got its name from its proximity to the Cam
What western state answers Pamplona's Running of the Bulls with
its own annual Running of the Sheep?
What's the southernmost country in Central America?
ocean are the Maldives in?
A: The Indian Ocean.
What two countries lay claim to the name Maclean?
A: Scotland and Ireland.
What body of water is approximately nine times
saltier than ocean
A: The Dead Sea.
What U.S. state's official fish is the humuhumunukunukuapuaa?
What island country is visited by the most
A: The Bahamas.
What capital has a name meaning "city of
What two U.S. states are readily accessible from a border town
A: Missouri and
What did Puritans dub "Rogues Island"?
A: Rhode Island.
What Alpine country's women got the right to vote in
What U.S. state legislated the pronunciation of its name in 1881,
to accent the first and third syllables and quiet the final "s"?
What U.S. state do Knickerbockers knock around in?
A: New York.
Which is further south - the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Horn
or Cape Catastrophe?
A: Cape Horn.
What 120,000-square-mile African desert is almost completely
covered by woods and grass?
A: The Kalahari.
What country managed to reduce its vodka consumption from 2.6
billion liters in 1984 to just 1.6 billion in 1990?
A: The Soviet Union.
What city did Sigmund Freud call home?
What bay do Royal Bengal tigers most often swim in?
A: The Bay of Bengal.
What Asian nation was not invaded by enemy forces between 1275
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