Thursday, 24 February 2011


Well, this IS the last set of questions, I'm afraid.  There will be 5 in the first part and 10 in the second part (TRIVIA) of which you are required to answer 5 too. Easy? Okey dokey!
a) You probably know the Danube but can you name the second main river in Hungary?
b) There is a Conference for Sustainable Action from the 1st to the 3rd of March 2011 and its Logo is a cow.                    Which German University is it?
c) This Czech city was once the Royal brewery of the Holy Roman Emperor .
d) Pedestrian streets, an Olympic Museum, on the shores of a Swiss lake. Where am I?
e) The film "Mission:Impossible II " made Spaniards laugh a lot. They mixed up three different Spanish festivals in the streets of Seville: The Holy Week processions, San Fermín and Fallas. The processions are typical from Seville but where in Spain are the other two festivals celebrated?
a) What is the chemical symbol for iron?
b) Who "lived" at 221b Baker Street?
c) Which famous philosopher was buried at Waterloo Place in Edinburgh?
d)Who commanded the Nautilus in Jules Verne's classic?
e)Who turned a can of soup into a work of art?
f)What is the shortest word in English to contain A,B,C,D,E and F?
g)Which is the only city in the world to lie on two continents?
h)Who wrote the Canterbury Tales?
i) Which country do the Azores isles belong to?
j) Where can you find these people "together": Jim Morrison, Maria Callas, Honoré de Balzac, Molière, Corot, Pissarro, Modigliani, Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde, Frédéric Chopin among other celebrities?
Send me your answers ASAP!!!!  Cheerioh!!!

    b,Leuphana Universität (Lüneburg)
   b,Sherlock Holmes
   c,David Hume
   d,Captain Nemo
   e,Andy Warhol
   h,Geoffrey Chaucer
   j,Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.

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