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General Knowledge Quiz for 24 February 2016

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1

Strictly speaking what would Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh's name lead one to expect?

A
He is a philosopher
B
He loves horses
C
He is plain-speaking
D
He is French
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2

What is the name of the bay on the shore of which Rio de Janeiro sits?

A
Guanabara Bay
B
Janeiro Bay
C
Villegagnon Bay
D
NiterĂ³i Bay
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3

What two teams were the first to compete in the Major League World Series in the USA in 1903?

A
New York Yankees; Kansas City Royals
B
Cincinnati Reds; Cleveland Naps
C
McGraw's Giants; Philadelphia A's
D
Boston Americans (later the Boston Red Sox); Pittsburgh Pirates
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4

It is home to the Bayerische Staatsoper, Staatsorchester and Staatsballet, was burned down in 1823, rebuilt and re-opened 1825, bombed and destroyed 1943 and re rebuilt and re-opened 1963; what is it?

A
National Theatre, Mannheim
B
Bayreuth Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
C
Badisches Staatstheater, Karlsruhe
D
National Theatre, Munich
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5

How many toes does a llama have?

A
10
B
12
C
8
D
16
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6

Who created the Book of Kells?

A
The ghostwriter for the Kardashians
B
Monks in British monasteries
C
The writers of the management manual for the food manufacturer Kellogg's
D
Stephenie Meyer, writer of the Twilight series
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7

Which of these painters was born in Greece?

A
El Greco
B
Gainsborough
C
Picasso
D
Rembrandt
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