Interesting Facts Multiple Choice #1

How well do you know JetPunk's first 15 Interesting Facts?
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Last updated: July 23, 2020
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1. Technically, Manila is not the most populous city in the Philippines. What neighboring municipality is?
Cebu City
Quezon City
Davao City
Pinatubo
2. Gandhi never won the Nobel Peace Prize. Who did?
Herbert Hoover
Benito Mussolini
Saddam Hussein
Yasser Arafat
3. The only U.S. presidents to run unopposed were George Washington and who?
James Madison
James Monroe
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams
4. What is both the deepest and the oldest lake in the world?
Lake Baikal
Lake Maracaibo
Great Salt Lake
Caspian Sea
5. The largest island in the United States is Hawaii, also known as what?
The Big Island
The Great Island
Haleakala
Pearl Harbor
6. Who was rated the #1 guitarist of all time by Rolling Stone magazine?
Jimi Hendrix
John Lennon
Elvis Presley
James Burton
7. What squid is thought to be even larger than the giant squid?
The colossal squid
The whale squid
The gigantic squid
The massive squid
8. What does that squid have the largest of any mammal?
Heart
Tongue
Eyes
Brain
9. How many prisoners were inside the Bastille when it was stormed during the French Revolution?
4
69
7
13
10. Fortune cookies were invented in the United States by a person who was born in what country?
The United Kingdom
China
Japan
Australia
11. Mark Twain was born two weeks after the appearance of Halley's Comet in 1835 and died one day after it returned how many years later?
83
75
87
92
12. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on what day in 1826?
July 4
June 14
November 11
December 25
13. Who was both the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the first person of any gender to win twice?
Amelia Earhardt
Susan B. Anthony
Margaret Thatcher
Marie Curie
14. What city is not named for a figure from Greek mythology, but for an ancient Celtic tribe?
Olympia
Athens
Paris
Hercules
15. The United States is older than Germany. Germany did not become a unified country until what year?
1848
1914
1815
1871
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