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General Knowledge Quiz for 3 January 2021

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What is in the main courtyard (Cour Napoléon) of the Louvre Palace (Palais du Louvre) in Paris?

A
Cleopatra's Needle
B
The statue "The Thinker" ("Le Penseur") by Auguste Rodin
C
4 glass and metal pyramids
D
The "Astrolabe", ship of French explorer Jules Dumont d'Urville
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2

Traditionally, prosciutto is made from what?

A
The rump of an ox
B
The shoulder of a pig
C
The hind leg of a two-year old sheep
D
The hind leg or thigh of a wild boar or pig
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3

An election for which body, held on 29 May 2010 ended with a majority for the Best Party, whose manifesto included plans for a polar bear for the city's zoo, a local Disneyland, palm trees on the waterfront and free towels at swimming pools?

A
The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces of Egypt
B
Reykjavik City Council
C
British parliament
D
The parliament of Fiji
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4

Competitors from which country won the most medals at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships held in Rotterdam, Netherlands from 16 to 24 October 2010?

A
People's Republic of China
B
Monaco
C
Andorra
D
Indonesia
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5

In the 21st century visual arts world, what art work or works does the name "Kaleidoscope" refer to?

A
Lighting displays created for the 2012 Olympic Games in London
B
A series of paintings created using butterfly wings
C
Thread art in the Sky Lounge at IQ Shoreditch, London, and at LE MÉRIDIEN, Hamburg
D
Sculptures on the shores of Hudson Bay, Canada
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6

Who is the author of the fiction books "Lace" (published in 1982), "Lace 2" (1985), "Savages" (1987), "Crimson" (1992), "Tiger Eyes" (1994), "Revenge of Mimi Quinn" (1998) and "The Amazing Umbrella Shop" (1990)?

A
Barbara Cartland
B
Shirley Conran
C
Georgette Heyer
D
J. K. Rowling
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7

Which is one of the closest living relatives of a hippopotamus?

A
Whale
B
Rabbit
C
Pig
D
Horse
Select from the options above.
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