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quizballs 358 - free general knowledge questions for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is Australia's national bird: Kiwi; Emu; Ostrich; or Kookaburra?
- The famously rebuilt Shakespeare's theatre on London's River Thames South Bank is the: Crucible; Globe; Palladium; or Haymarket?
- Plaid Cymru (roughly pronounced 'plied cumrie') is the nationalist poltitical party of which nation?
- At 1900 the largest fishing port in the world was: Oslo; Hamburg; Cadiz; or Grimsby?
- What instrument was originally called the trompette-saicueboute?
- What does the 'Real' mean in the names of Real Madrid and Real Sociedad Spanish footbal clubs?
- Italian Niccolo Paganini (1782-1840) was a composer and virtuoso player of the: Tuba; Guitar; Violin; or Harp?
- Sterlet, Ossetra, Sevruga and Beluga are main types of what?
- Name the mountains across north-western Africa ranging c.1,600miles through Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia?
- Which iconic 'hippie' fragrance, from the Pogostemon cablin plant, did Mattel use in making the 1985 'Stinkor' Masters of the Universe toy action figure?
- Which nation boasts the world's longest running TV sports show, Hockey Night, first aired 1952?
- To what does the portmanteau word Grexit refer?
- The international network for banking communications is known by its acronym: SWAN; SWIFT; SWALLOW; or SPARROW?
- Named after a Scottish village near where it was discovered in 1790, what soft metal element, symbol Sr, was used to make cathode ray TV tubes?
- According to legend, the sheltering of a Spanish ship in Dundee, late-1700s, prompted James and Janet Keiller to buy its cargo of (What?), thus founding a major new product/business?
- What is a quarter of a third?
- Which 12-15C royal household was named after French Geoffrey d'Anjou's association with the broom shrub, medieval Latin 'planta genista'?
- What is the biggest country by area in Africa: Kenya; Algeria; Ethiopia; or South Africa?
- The Latin 'Tabula Rasa' (a term covering various philosophical concepts, e.g., humans minds are 'empty' at birth) translates literally to mean what?
- The main asteroid belt in the Solar System lies directly between which two of these planets: Mercury; Jupiter; Mars; Neptune?
quizballs 358 - free quiz answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes