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What city is considered the wettest city in the United States?
Correct Answer: Mobile, Alabama

On this day in 1911 who became the first explorer to reach the South Pole
Correct Answer: Roald Amundsen

What country did Madagascar gain independence from in 1960?
Correct Answer: France
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How many kinds of apples are grown around the world?
Correct Answer: 7,500

This is also known as the laryngeal prominence
Correct Answer: Adam's Apple

Who is credited with saying - Power invariably means both responsibility and danger
Correct Answer: Teddy Roosevelt
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What is the only kind of parrot that cannot fly?
Correct Answer: Kakapos

The word flamingo comes from the Spanish and Latin word flamenco - which means
Correct Answer: fire

The gemstone Larimar can only be found here
Correct Answer: Dominican Republic
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It is here in PEI that you will find the Anne of Green Gables' house
Correct Answer: Cavendish

Which of these things is MOST likely to be frowned upon by the Japanese?
Correct Answer: Blowing your nose in public

This capital city hosted the 1952 summer games and is home to the Kiasma Art Museum
Correct Answer: Helsinki
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Located in Vancouver this landmark is the first of these features built outside of China
Correct Answer: Classical Chinese Garden

Which of the following is the tallest mountain in New England?
Correct Answer: Mount Washington

Home to Independence Square and it is the third largest city in the Soviet Union
Correct Answer: Kiev
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James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, hails from this Canadian town
Correct Answer: Almonte

Summer Night City - is a song recorded by the group ABBA as a tribute to their hometown
Correct Answer: Stockholm

The first McDonald’s restaurant was started in what year
Correct Answer: 1948
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Where in Ontario can you find The John Labatt Centre now known as Budweiser Gardens
Correct Answer: London, Ontario

Home to the headquarters for EUROCONTROL -European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation and also hosted World Expo 1958
Correct Answer: Brussels

Where was the first model of an ATM built and installed
Correct Answer: London
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What is the date in 2020 that Winter will officially end for the Northern Hemisphere
Correct Answer: Friday, March 20, 2020

When does the Winter Solstice officially begin in the Southern Hemisphere in 2020?
Correct Answer: Saturday, June 20, 2020

The word Solstice comes from Latin sol or sun and sistere which means
Correct Answer: to stand still
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Like many of you, I've played for years and wondered if anyone truly has won a trip...until now...because I won and am going to be spending 7 nights at the Hotel Playa Cayo Santa Maria in Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba. Thanks to those that contribute the answers!
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Captain George Vancouver who explored and charted the Pacific Coast of British Columbia, was an officer of
Correct Answer: the British navy

Heavily damaged by an earthquake in 1963 this capital city is the birthplace of Mother Teresa
Correct Answer: Skopje

The Jewish celebration of Hanukkah is celebrated over how many days
Correct Answer: 8
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Instead of tinsel and lights, the people of this country will decorate their trees with spider webs
Correct Answer: Ukraine

In which country is Santa Claus called Babbo Natale
Correct Answer: Italy

On the 12th day of Christmas my true love sent to me twelve -
Correct Answer: Drummers Drumming
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Children in this country wait for the witch, La Befana to deliver candy and toys
Correct Answer: Italy

Children here may put out mince pies and a bottle of Guinness for Santa
Correct Answer: Ireland

Who is credited with writing The Night Before Christmas
Correct Answer: Clement Clarke Moore
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MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!!

Wednesday, December 25th, 2019

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In what country is it popular to put a pickle ornament on the Christmas tree?
Correct Answer: Germany

People in this country will roller skate to Christmas mass
Correct Answer: Venezuela

Kentucky Fried Chicken is the traditional Christmas feast here
Correct Answer: Japan

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