Daily Quiz #617
Which cup was originally known as the “Royal Yacht Squadron Cup”, the “RYS Cup for One Hundred Sovereigns”, the “One Hundred Guinea(s) Cup” and the “Queen’s Cup”?
What building, erected at Sydenham near London in 1834 in 200 acres of grounds and given to the public in 1920, was gutted by fire in 1936?
What is the name for the animals found in a region?
What is a mandoline?
Which Welsh poet (e.g. "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog") wrote a play "Under Milk Wood" that was published posthumously in 1954?
What have George Etheridge, William Wycherley, Thomas Shadwell, Thomas Otway Colby Ciber and William Congreve in common?
The refugee camps Shatila and Shabra, the scenes of a massacre in 1982, were in which country?