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Yoda from the Star Wars franchise was partly modeled after this famous person
Correct Answer: Albert Einstein

Who started the Holiday Inn hotel chain
Correct Answer: Kemmons Wilson

Which city was home to the first North American YMCA
Correct Answer: Montreal
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Which hotel chain had the advertising slogan - A room and a bath for a dollar and a half
Correct Answer: Satler Hotels

These statues are known as Moai, but are also known as the
Correct Answer: Easter Island statues

By number of rooms, this hotel is considered to be the world's largest
Correct Answer: First World Hotel
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This country is home to the world's longest wine route
Correct Answer: South Africa

It is here that you can see 2 tetonic plates meeting above the Earth's surface
Correct Answer: Iceland

The average person from this country consumes approx 22 pounds of chocolate a year
Correct Answer: Switzerland
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These 2 colours represent the colours of the Greek flag
Correct Answer: Blue and White

Salting your food after it is served to you is considered offensive in this country
Correct Answer: Egypt

Some parts of this man made structure was built using a form of sticky rice
Correct Answer: Great Wall of China
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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Where is the Tennis Hall of Fame located
Correct Answer: Newport, RI

The name for the country of Spain or Espana, translates to
Correct Answer: the land of rabbits

What is the official language of China
Correct Answer: Mandarin
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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Which river runs through the Grand Canyon
Correct Answer: Colorado River

The nickname Roof of the World has been used for this region of China
Correct Answer: Tibet

The Seven Sisters Waterfall can be found here
Correct Answer: Norway
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The Indo-Pacific Portuguese man of war may also be referred to as
Correct Answer: Blue Bottles

On Scooby-Doo, what is Shaggy’s real name
Correct Answer: Norville Rogers

The national animal of Scotland is the
Correct Answer: Unicorn
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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Bioluminescent Plankton does this to the ocean
Correct Answer: Makes it glow in the dark

After marriage, Marie Skłodowska was known as
Correct Answer: Marie Curie

They say that the best sunburn treatment is to use this on your skin
Correct Answer: Aloe
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This style of footwear became quite popular in 1962 when Jackie Kennedy visited here and wore these
Correct Answer: Capri sandals

Lorraine Collett Petersen is said to be the face of this famous Californian treat
Correct Answer: Sun Maid Raisin

Celebrated every spring in Washington, DC this festival commemorates a gift to the city from Japan in 1912
Correct Answer: National Cherry Blossom Festival
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The name of PEZ candy originated from the German word for what
Correct Answer: Peppermint

Stacy Ann Ferguson was the voice of Sally in a number of Charlie Brown films. She is also known as
Correct Answer: Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas

Also referred to as Lappi Province, this the largest and northernmost region of Finland
Correct Answer: Lapland
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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

The phenomenon of combined sleep and wakefulness is called
Correct Answer: Sleepwalking

In what year did Walt Disney World in Florida open
Correct Answer: 1971

Victor J Bergeron is credit with inventing this Polynesian inspired drink
Correct Answer: Mai Tai
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A group of pug dogs are called
Correct Answer: A Grumble

Hydrox Cookies came about 4 years earlier than this remarkably similar cookie
Correct Answer: Oreo Cookies

Which country invented the sauna
Correct Answer: Finland
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Mount Teide is the highest mountain in which country
Correct Answer: Spain

What Mediterranean island is located directly south of Corsica
Correct Answer: Sardinia

What country celebrates its National Day on 14th July
Correct Answer: France
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What is a Texas Ruby Red
Correct Answer: Grapefruit

Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei all share this island in Asia
Correct Answer: Borneo

What capital city lies at the mouth of the Liffey River
Correct Answer: Dublin
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Where might you drink Retsina wine
Correct Answer: Greece

What movie, set in Vietnam, won an Oscar for Best Picture in 1987
Correct Answer: Platoon

Klagenfurt international airport is in what country
Correct Answer: Austria

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