Can You Answer These Trivia Questions about France?
Philippe II Louis XIV Louis XVI Napoleon When did the Notre Dame de Paris finish construction? 1345 1456 1282 1840 Who is widely considered the founding father of the French nation?
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Colosseum Arc de Triomphe Acropolis The Eiffel Tower contains 20,000 ____. Light bulbs Steps Cables How much money did it cost to construct the Golden Gate Bridge? $35 million $2 billion $12 million They're still paying for it What is the very top of the Empire State Building currently used for?
What Do You Know of These Figures?
His FULL name is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso! True False Is this TRUE? He actually had four children from three different women, two of them wives. True False Is this TRUE?
Do You Recognize These Famous Renaissance Masterpieces?
Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci La Belle Jardini?re by Raphael Piet? by Michelangelo What Renaissance masterpiece is this? The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo The Delivery of the Keys to Saint Peter by Pietro Perugino The Deposition by Raphael What Renaissance masterpiece is this?
Can You Identify the Classic Book?
A noble (hidalgo) from La Mancha named Alonso Quixano, who reads so many chivalric romances that he loses his mind and decides to become a knight-errant.
What Kind of Dog Would You Be?
La Belle ?poque (1871-1914) in Europe. The Victorian Era Ancient Egypt The 1920s Ancient Rome or Greece What do you do on Saturday mornings? Working! Errands, seeing the doctor - as much as I can do! Sleeping in. Whatever everyone else is doing, I'm in! Getting a hair cut, or a new outfit.
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Do You Have the Random Knowledge For This Quiz?
Hernando de Soto Juan Ponce de Leon Don Juan de Marco Hernán Cortés Each human has a unique fingerprint. What do dogs have that compares? Nose prints Tongue prints Paw prints Claw shape In what country can one find the famous cathedral - La Sagrada Familia?
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Time to Wake Up History!
He was executed by guillotine in the Place de la Revolution in Paris King Louis XVI King Louis XIV King George III King d'Orleans What year was the Magna Carta signed? 1215 1457 1792 305 Which 13th Century Scottish knight did Mel Gibson portray in Braveheart?
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Every American Should Be Able to Pass This Geography Test
New York City Albany Philadelphia Harrisburg Los Angeles San Francisco Savannah Atlanta Honolulu Kaneohe Boston Cambridge Juneau Anchorage Detroit Lansing Colorado Springs Denver Des Moines Iowa City Miami Jacksonville Nashville Memphis Bloomington Indianapolis Trenton Newark Carson City Las Vegas Seattle
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Name That Historical Person!
Franz Kafka Ernest Hemingway Gerard de Nerval Hunter S Thompson This children's nursery rhyme needed help from all the kings horses and all the kings men, but they all failed Humpty Dumpty The Little Match Girl The Itsy Bitsy Spider The Old Woman that Lived in a Shoe Who said the famous words: "Veni,
Can You Identify These Great Novels From a Single Quote?
Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exup?ry Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Can you guess where this quote is from?
Did It Happen or Not?
The real inventor was Warren de la Rue, who created it years earlier. Happened Didn't Happen Ketchup used to be sold as medicine for indigestion In 1834, it was sold as a cure for indigestion by an Ohio physician named John Cook. It wasn't popularized as a condiment until the late 19th century.
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Which Famous Artwork is This?
A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat Lady by the Lake by Paul Cézanne A Morning of Green and Blue by Claude Monet Dresses and Grass by John Constable What is the name of this sculpture?
Whose Famous Last Words?
Benjamin Franklin Thomas Edison Henry Ford Alexander Graham Bell Whose last words are these? Most historians believed it was a reference to the question of who shall inherit in Alexander the Great The Prophet Muhammad King David Genghis Khan Whose last words are these?
Eye Test: What is In This Photo?
Statue of David Venus de Milo Hercules and Cacus Moses by Michelangelo Which famous figure is this? Vladimir Putin Prince William of England Jeff Bezos Sean Connery What city is this? London Paris Amsterdam Madrid What famous painting is this?
Can You Name these Famous Paintings?
American Gothic - Grant Wood Cypresses - Van Gogh Seurat - La Grande Jatte The Battle of Alexander the Great - Altdorfer What's the name of this famous painting?
Test Your Vocabulary, Spelling and Grammar!
De-bry Deb-rees Deb-ree Day-bree De-brys Choose the correct spelling to complete the sentence: "Waiter, may I get some balsamic for my fish?" Vinigerete Viaigarette Vinaigrette Vinaigerete Vinaigerette Vinigrette What does the word "Knoll" mean?