Daily Quiz #3505
In Scots, to flyte (or flite) is to what?
The Brouwer Route for trade, established after explorations in 1610, called for travel by what means?
Who wrote the tale "The Princess and the Pea"?
Which poisonous compound can be a gas, solid or liquid, the most infamous application of which was use by the Nazi regime in Germany for mass murder in some gas chambers during the Holocaust?
Romansch is an official language of which country?
First held in 1603, a contest takes place annually in Musselburgh, Scotland, in what sport?
Which opera shocked audiences at its première due to a combination of a biblical theme, the erotic and the murderous, especially "The Dance of the Seven Veils" and the heroine making necrophiliac love?