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Questions - Set 141 - General Knowledge. FREE Quiz

1. How many vertebra are there in a human spine? - 26
2. Which area is the coldest, the North Pole or the South Pole? - The South Pole
3. From which tree can you obtain latex? - The Rubber tree
4. How many humps are there on a Bactrian camel? - 2
5. In what year did the USA become independent? - 1776
6. Who built the Taj Mahal? - Mughal emperor Shah Jehan, as a tomb for his wife when she died after giving birth to their 14th child
7. Where is the worlds oldest theatre the Teatro Olimpico ? - Vicenza, Italy. It's over 400 years old
8. From which Mae West film did the famous line "Come up and see me sometime" come? - She Done Him Wrong
9. Jean Harlow was the first female actor to appear rgularly in her films without what? - Her bra
10. What was it that Jimi Hendrix called his Electrical Lady? - His guitar
11. The greatest role of Ronald Reagan's film career, was as an amputee. What was the name of the 1942 film? - Kings Row
12. Which country first used paper money, or banknote? - China (first used over a thousand years ago
13. What is the main ingredient in the Welsh Laverbread? - Seaweed
14. Which country has the worlds longest road tunnel? - Norway (The Lærdal Tunnel (Norwegian: Lærdalstunnelen) is a 24.51-kilometre (15.23 mi) long road tunnel)
15. Which is the worlds second largest island after Greenland? - New Guinea
16. In computer terms, what does VGA stand for? - Video Graphics Array
17. Which is the largest lake 'wholly' in Canada? - Great Bear (Northwest Territories. Canada)
18. Lily Hart and The Professor were two of the books written by which Bronte sister? - Charlotte
19. Who was the composer of the opera 'The Flying Dutchman'? - Richard Wagner (Thanks to Iain Burns for correcting this answser)
20. What is the name of the theme tune to Monty Pythons Flying Circus? - Liberty Bell by John Paul Souza

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