Daily Quiz #3564
The year of 1820 was busy on the coast of Antarctica, with at least two sailing expeditions which are thought to have good claim to be the first from the West to sight the mainland; who led one of these?
Which one of the signs of the zodiac is inanimate?
Where is the rugged mass of mountains sometimes called "The Roof of Africa"?
After the World Cup in 1962, the government of Brazil declared which player an "official national treasure" to prevent him from being transferred out of the country when wealthy European clubs tried to sign him?
Which of these was a Norwegian composer and pianist who is best known for his "Piano Concerto in A minor" and his incidental music to Henrik Ibsen's play "Peer Gynt", which includes "In the Hall of the Mountain King"?
Who won the Oscar for Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role for 1990?
What is used in fireworks and flares to give off a brilliant red light?