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Name the largest island in the Mediterranean
Correct Answer: Sicily

In which State would you find Wala Wala, Tumtum and Humptulips?
Correct Answer: Washington

New Caledonia, off the coast of Australia, is a territory of which country?
Correct Answer: France
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Rizzuto is
Correct Answer: a Cape on the heel tip of Italy

Saint-Louis-du-Ha-Ha
Correct Answer: is a small town near the south shore in Quebec

The Buchstabenmuseum in Berlin is the museum of what?
Correct Answer: Letters and typeface
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A 1529 Church then execution hall then market then police station
Correct Answer: is now the Tron Theatre in Glasgow

You take a cable car up a hillside to The Heights of Abraham. Where are you?
Correct Answer: Matlock Bath, Derbyshire UK

A bronze statue commonly called A Tart With The Cart is
Correct Answer: the Molly Malone statue in Dublin
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These rivers run through France, except the
Correct Answer: Danube

Which country has 32 letters in their alphabet but does not include the letter C
Correct Answer: Iceland

You\'re in the Mexican destination that boasts having zero humidity...where are you?
Correct Answer: Los Cabos
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Aguachica is
Correct Answer: a city in Colombia

Assinelli and the Garisenda are
Correct Answer: the two leaning tower symbols in Bologna, Italy

These three celebrities all lived in Lausanne, Switzerland
Correct Answer: Audrey Hepburn, David Niven, and Coco Chanel
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Cucamonga is
Correct Answer: a valley region between the Los Angeles and San Bernardino California

At what time do they change the guard outside Buckingham Palace?
Correct Answer: 11 AM in May, June and July

Cuba has this many types of currency?
Correct Answer: 2
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Zatec in the Czech Republic hosts a museum dedicated to
Correct Answer: Hops, that most essential beer ingredient

Buckingham Palace is only a British Royal residence when what?
Correct Answer: The flag is flying

Which country is believed to have the most beaches?
Correct Answer: Australia
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Fifty to sixty percent of the annual Netherlands cheese production is
Correct Answer: Gouda
Driving along the Rhine and Moselle valleys, vast vineyards are seen. The grapes are likely
Correct Answer: Riesling
Florianopolis is
Correct Answer: an island city in southeast Brazil
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Dunedin is a place in Florida. There is another one in
Correct Answer: New Zealand

How long is the Hungarian coastline?
Correct Answer: they do not have one

Zugspitze is
Correct Answer: at 9724 feet the highest mountain peak in Germany
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Hradec Kralove is a city in the Czech Republic meaning
Correct Answer: Castle of the Queen

In Antwerp, Madonna statues are found on street corner walls
Correct Answer: because at one time the church paid the streetlight bill in exchange for the advertising

Iguazu Falls spans the border of which two countries?
Correct Answer: Argentina and Brazil
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In order to visit St Mark's Cathedral in Venice you must
Correct Answer: first check your back pack at a little storefront place around the corner from the entrance

In Prague, the graffiti ladened Lennon Wall forms the back of the
Correct Answer: French Embassy

Hungry in Havana? Try a medianoche which is
Correct Answer: roast pork, mustard and dill pickle on egg bread. The name suggests its late night snack appeal
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In the garden on Princes St. Edinburgh is a dark stained neo-gothic structure dedicated to
Correct Answer: Walter Scott

In which city would you find the Stephansdom?
Correct Answer: Vienna, around the corner from the plague monument

In which festival is it customary to throw coloured powder over one another?
Correct Answer: Holi Festival, India
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Musquodoboit is
Correct Answer: a rural valley area between Halifax and Truro Nova Scotia
Raspberry Strait is
Correct Answer: a not too significant place on the edge of Alaska
Puglia is
Correct Answer: the region of Italy which makes up the heel of the boot

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