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Place de la Concorde
Correct Answer: was called the Place de la Revolution where Madame guillotine dispatched thousands

Queen Charlotte Islands are located in
Correct Answer: British Columbia

Pukapuka is
Correct Answer: the most isolated island of the Cooks group in the South Pacific
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Rabbi Valley is
Correct Answer: in Trento Province Italy

Salakos are what?
Correct Answer: Large hats worn by Saintois fishermen

Ranch flavour is called what in some countries?
Correct Answer: American flavour
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Speyside is a popular place in Scotland because
Correct Answer: it contains over half of the Scotland distilleries

Schwarzwald is
Correct Answer: the Black Forest in German

Saudi Arabia is known to have NO:
Correct Answer: Rivers
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The Caipirinha is
Correct Answer: a drink offered on the beaches of Brazil featuring sugar, lime and cachaca

St. Maarten and St. Martin were split because of this?
Correct Answer: The Treaty of Concordia

The British Virgin Islands are made up of what?
Correct Answer: 60-some islands
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The cliff divers of Acapulco are called
Correct Answer: Clavadistas of La Quebrada

The Costa Brava or Wild Coast is
Correct Answer: the Spanish Mediterranean coast from Barcelona to the French border

The Cape Floral Kingdom has
Correct Answer: 9,600 plant species
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The Fools Tower is
Correct Answer: one of the first public institutions for the insane erected in Vienna circa 1784

The Galecia area of Spain has Celtic heritage. What are bagpipes called there?
Correct Answer: Gaita

The French city of Grasse is famous for what?
Correct Answer: Perfume
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The Toronto Island airport is named
Correct Answer: Billy Bishop

The sticky Hawaiian dish, Poi, is made from
Correct Answer: Taro root

The Town Square in Munich, Germany is called what?
Correct Answer: Marienplatz
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The uniquely Portuguese mournful musical style is called
Correct Answer: Fado

The unique Pink Sand Beach can be found in
Correct Answer: Bahamas

The word, Jay, used to be slang for a foolish person. This is why we have the word
Correct Answer: Jaywalker
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The world's largest sand island is
Correct Answer: Fraser Island off the east coast of Australia

The world's largest fish market is in what capital city?
Correct Answer: Tokyo, Japan

The Zandoli Ground Lizard and the Kouwes Snake are rare species found in
Correct Answer: St Lucia
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To get away from the ordinary in Paris try the Musee des Egouts which is
Correct Answer: the Paris Sewer Tour

This country has 3 capital cities
Correct Answer: South Africa

This is the smallest bone in your body:
Correct Answer: Your stapes
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To visit Kitchener's Island go to
Correct Answer: in the Nile at Aswan Egypt

This Saskatchewan city sits close to a border
Correct Answer: Alsask

This river flows through Perth, Australia
Correct Answer: Swan
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Visiting Bern, you must go to Kramgasse Street because
Correct Answer: at number 49 you will visit Einstein's House

Usually served alongside haggis, that poignant Scottish delicacy, is
Correct Answer: mashed turnips, or bashed neeps as they are called

Vancouver, BC was named after
Correct Answer: Captain George Vancouver, a Royal Navy officer
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What Independent island country sits only 7 miles from Venezuela?
Correct Answer: Trinidad

What is a Wait-a-Bit bush?
Correct Answer: an Acacia or other bush with hooked thorns that catch the clothing found in South Africa

What in London is nicknamed 'The old Lady of Threadneedle Street' ?
Correct Answer: The Bank of England
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According to the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine
Correct Answer: Vancouver is the Best Walking City in Canada

300 year old Twining Tea Company lion logo over their London door is flanked by
Correct Answer: 2 Chinese men

Aguadulce is
Correct Answer: a town on the Gulf of Panama, Panama
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The oldest University in Italy is in this city
Bologna

Should you encounter a Jumbuck while in Australia
best not to get too close because it is a large often unruly sheep

99% of this land is covered by desert
Libya

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