05 June – Daily Quiz

QUIZ
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Around one in three Hungarians live in the metro area of what city?

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Which country does not share a border with Romania?

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Which Scandinavian country of 5.7 million people does Scanpan cookware come from?

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What English town in Somerset is known for a well-preserved ruin of a complex known as the Roman Baths?

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In which country could a tourist visit the old fortress of Masada?

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In what US state are the cowboys known as Paniolo?

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What town is known as the ''Cherry Capital of New Zealand'', staging an annual cherry stone spitting championship?

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Dili is the capital, and largest, city of what Southeast Asian country?

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The TGV has been the high-speed rail service of what country since 1981?

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What is the longest river in Australia?

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Bluegrass music originated in which American state in the 1920s?

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Chrissie Hynde supplied lead vocals for which band?

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In which year was the album Abbey Road by The Beatles released?

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What German band, whose biggest New Zealand hit was Autobahn, is considered the godfathers of electronic music?

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Which 1960s band consisted of David Crosby, Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke?

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What legendary female soul singer helped Elton John sing the 1989 hit Through the Storm?

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What country singer had his own TV show screened live from Nashville, Tennessee between 1969 and 1971?

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Who originally recorded the hit The Boys Are Back in Town?

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What duo's 1970s hits include Shake Your Groove Thing, Reunited, and I Pledge My Love?

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The 1977 David Bowie song Heroes was co-written by what English musician and record producer?

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Ceylon was renamed Sri Lanka at the start of what decade?

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Who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914?

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What was the name of the U.S. project to create nuclear weapons in WWII?

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The Salem Witch Trials occurred during what century?

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The 40th Academy Awards were postponed for two days after the assassination of who, on April 4, 1968?

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Which common phrase's origin lies in the 17th century art of bell ringing?

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What country was founded by Muhammad Ali Jinnah in 1947?

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In Greek mythology, which 'P' was a sea-god, son of Oceanus and Tethus?

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New Zealander Charles Upham received the Victoria Cross and Bar for his efforts in what war?

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Which nation joined Germany and Austria-Hungary in 1882 to form what was known as the Triple Alliance?

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5 June – Daily Quiz
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