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Vilnius is the capital city of which country?
Vilnius, Lithuania, capital city over 500,000 population and famous for baroque architecture:
Was Spencer Perceval ......?
The first man to swim the English Channel:
Only British Prime Minister to be assassinated in office:
First Briton to Become a Billionaire:
The translator of the 'Dead Sea Scrolls':
British prime minister from 1809 until his assassination in 1812:
Which colour is at the top of a rainbow arch?
In order downwards red / orange / yellow / green / blue / indigo / violet:
Which of these countries does NOT border Saudi Arabia?
Syria at its closest point to Saudi Arabia is approx. 100 km across Jordan:
Which animal is the odd one out?
Capybara is a giant rodent of South America - the other animals are all South American camelids
Which of these European countries is the smallest in area?
San Marino 61 km2, Liechtenstein 160 km2, Malta 316 km2, Andorra 468 km2
Which of these fruits has the least calories per 100 gm?
Plum 46 c / Pineapple 50 c / Cherry 50 c / Apple 52 c
Which of these US cities is NOT a State Capital?
Helena - Montana / Frankfort - Kentucky / Lansing - Michigan
"Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none"...... is a quote from ?
Taken from ..... "All's Well That Ends Well"
Georges Bizet the composer of 'Carmen' was born in which city?
Born 1838 as Alexandre César Léopold Bizet in Paris, France:
The River Rhine does NOT run through which of these cities?
Liege is situated on the river Meuse, Belgium
Which of these 'Elements' is not named after a city?
Nihonium is named for Japan: Hafnium for Copenhagen, Lutetium for Paris, Berkelium for Berkeley Cal.
According to votes IMDB members (International Movie Data Base) the greatest movie of all time up to 2020 is?
The famous painting 'The Laughing Cavalier' was painted by who?
Wallace Collection, London, has been described as "one of the most brilliant of all Baroque portraits".
Who created 'The Academy' in Athens famous for its philosophers:
Famous school in ancient Athens founded by Plato in 428/427 BC
Our Sun and most Stars exist in a stable state of nuclear fusion, mainly converting Hydrogen to which gas?
Late in life stars also start to convert Helium into other elements:
The nearest country to South Korea is of course North Korea, what is the second nearest?
Tsushima Island, Japan is approx. 50 km from South Korea:
Which of these commercially fished fish is the odd one out?
All except Cod are 'Flat fish' having a greatly compressed body and swimming on one side, with both eyes on the upper side in the adult.
Approximately how wide is the 'Red Sea' at its widest point?
The Red Sea is about 2250 km (1398 mi) long:
Which of these US States does not border one of the five Great Lakes?
Vermont borders Lake Champlain - sometimes called the Sixth Great Lake: