Daily Quiz #70
Which is the largest of the Channel Islands, where the official language is French?
What appeared in the Netherlands in 1608, developed by Hans Lippershey, Zacharias Janssen and Jacob Metius, and improved by Galileo in 1609?
Who was the Greek god of medicine who brought dead people back to life, angering Zeus who killed him with a thunderbolt?
What is the alternative name for Pluto, the Greek God of the underworld, that has come to mean Hell?
What is a green liqueur made from anise, hyssop, angelica and mint?
Antoni Gaudi is responsible for the architecture of which building which is still being constructed to his original plans and drawings, 90 years after his death?
Which Olympic Games were the first where all continents were represented, with all athletes competing in one stadium?