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Multiple Choice - World Gen. Knowledge 2

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1. The statue 'The Thinker' was a work by who?
Rodin
Michelangelo
Donatello
Alexandros
2. The Island Nation in the Atlantic Ocean 411 miles (662 km) West of the coast of Senegal, North West Africa is?
Cape Verde
Comoros
Sao Tome
Malta
3. Brass, is an alloy of which two metals?
Copper & Zinc
Tin & Copper
Tin & Zinc
Gold & Copper
4. The music for the musical 'Cats' was composed by who?
Stephen Sondheim
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Alan Menken
Leonard Bernstein
5. The Capital City of Albania is?
Bucharest
Vilnius
Tirana
Belgrade
6. The Flag of which Nation is Blue with 4 (four) small white stars?
Argentina
Ukraine
Botswana
Micronesia
7. What animal in Australia is called a 'Brumby'?
Camel
A baby Platypus
Wombat
Feral horse
8. How many coloured squares are on 'Rubik's Cube'?
72
54
36
48
9. The 'Zero' was a fighter aircraft used by which Nation in WW2?
France
China
USA
Japan
10. The novel 'Tom Jones' was written by?
Thomas Hardy
Henry Fielding
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Joseph Conrad
11. Who first used the term 'Robot' for artificial automata?
Mark Twain
Isaac Asimov
Josef ńĆapek
Jules Verne
12. The 'Metatarsals' are a group of bones, where in the human skeleton?
Chest
Foot
Hand
Wrist
13. Which signer of the US 'Declaration of Independence' was the last to die in 1832?
Charles Carroll
Benjamin Franklin
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
14. Which of the 4 given Islands is the greater in area?
Hispaniola
Iceland
Ireland
Hokkaido
15. Which Nations Football (Soccer) Team has played in the most World-Cup Finals?
Italy
Argentina
Brazil
Germany
16. The giant Seaplane made by Howard Hughes that only flew once in 1947, was made almost entirely of which wood?
Pine
Balsa
Spruce
Birch
17. Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel's ceiling depicts how many painted figures approximately overall?
300
100
50
75
18. If you sum up all the numbers on a Roulette Wheel they add up to?
222
444
666
396
19. The Russian enclave 'Kaliningrad' is bordered by which two countries?
Poland & Lithuania
Germany & Poland
Belarus & Poland
Estonia & Finland
20. The famous kissable 'Blarney Stone' in Ireland's Blarney Castle is situated where?
bulit into the central fountain
37 feet high on the battlements
In the dungeon below ground
In the middle of the centre square
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