Extremely Hard General Knowledge #9

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Last updated: June 26, 2020
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Which US President was known as 'Old Hickory'?
Andrew Jackson
Which line on the London Underground has the most (60) stations?
In which year was the Human Genome Project completed?
Which American Chef is the author of the cookery book 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat'?
Samin Nosrat
What is the most populous city in Delaware?
What is the name of a Latin-American seafood dish where the fish is 'cooked' by the acidity of citrus juices?
Which dutch scientist was the first to see single-celled organisms under a microscope?
Antoine van Leeuwenhoek
In 1958, who became the first British man to win the Formula 1 World Championship?
Mike Hawthorn
What is the name of the island visited by Gulliver in the book 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift?
What is the holy book of Sikhism?
Guru Granth Sahib
Which player won the most (11) Stanley Cups?
Henri Richard
The Preakness Stakes is the shortest race in the US Horse Racing Triple Crown, and is held in which US city?
How many years did Nelson Mandela spend in prison?
Who wrote the book 'Girl, Woman, Other' the joint Booker Prize 2019 winner?
Bernadine Evaristo
What is the state capital of Tasmania, Australia?
Which artist had 4 UK number ones including 'Mi Choco Latino', 'Lift Me Up, and 'Bag It Up'?
Geri Halliwell
What is the name of the bar in Neighbours?
The Waterhole
Which Italian actor was the first male actor in a foreign language film to be nominated for the Best Actor Oscar for "Divorzio all'italiana" in 1963?
Marcelo Mastroianni
What is the name of a gin cocktail with cherry and pineapple?
Singapore Sling
Which poet wrote 'Ode to a Nightingale'?
John Keats
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