1. What European capital city stands on the
River Tiber? Rome
Who was disqualified and stripped of his gold medal for the 100 metres at
the 1988 Olympic Games? Ben
What American author wrote the classics "East of Eden", "Of Mice and Men"
and "The Grapes of Wrath"? John Steinbeck
In which US State is Kilauea, the world's most active volcano? Hawaii
In distance, which planet is sixth furthest from the Sun? Saturn
What is the well known Japanese word for "empty orchestra"?
What is the official name of the bottom 9 miles (15 KM) of the Earth's
Anubis is the god of funerals who transports the souls of the dead to the
other world in which ancient civilization? Egyptian
What is the chemical symbol for Potassium? K
Which renaissance artist painted Primavera and The Birth of Venus?
11. The island of Bahrain is connected by
a causeway to which country? Saudi Arabia
What country's flag (bizarrely) has a garden hoe and a Kalashnikov rifle
inside a star? Mozambique
Which Italian author published Pinocchio in 1880? Carlo Collodi
Which scientist published the ground breaking book "Principia Mathematica"
in the 17th Century? Isaac
Who was the last Tsar of Russia, who was murdered along with all his
family by Bolshevik guards? Nicholas II
What is the more common name for ascorbic acid? Vitamin C
In computing, what does RAM stand for? Random Access Memory
By area, what is the largest country in Africa? Sudan
What American band have released the albums "Out of Time" and "Automatic
for the People"? R.E.M.
Which country won the football World Cup in 1934 and 1938? Italy