Identify 10 Cities from Their Skyline Alone!
The defining feature of most modern cities are their skylines, especially if a monumental landmark, such as Paris' Eiffel Tower or Pisa's Leaning Tower, forms a major part of it. So, how many cities of the world do you think you can identify from their skylines alone?
Where Are These Famous Artworks?
The Mona Lisa can be viewed at the Louvre Museum in Paris, France Paris, France Amsterdam, Holland Berlin, Germany Rome, Italy In what Italian city can the statue David by Michelangelo be found? David is a 5.17 meter (17 feet) tall statue, made between 1501 and 1504.
The 70s Movie Trivia Quiz!
The Sting Network Dog Day Afternoon Last Tango in Paris Which 70s movie is this shot taken from? Monty Python's The Holy Grail Monty Python's Brian Superstar Arthur Lionheart The Knight Three Which 70s movie is this shot taken from?
Can We Sit You Down For a Round of Trivia?
London and Paris London and Birmingham Paris and Munich Manchester and Birmingham Not Your Day Your knowledge is far from impoverished, but there are some large gaps you may want to plug up. It's hard to know where these are and we often remain ignorant about their existence until we are tested.
What Does Your Musical Taste Reveal About You?
The Fury of Evil Paris, the Moon, and Us What part of a song do you usually enjoy most? That it goes on for more than 10 minutes Whether you can dance to it. The verse and chorus combination. The melody. What's the best name for a pet? Beethoven Zumba Blacky A mix of two names I like.
Which Founding Father Were You in a Past Life?
Hawaii Georgia Upstate New York Paris, France goo.gl/5zrcGc What's your preferred type of beer? Samuel Adams Boston Lager Budweiser Coors Schlitz goo.gl/bn3bWn Who has the most impressive hairstyle? goo.gl/vCy5qh goo.gl/WZTLFc goo.gl/RC2bfn What would you have used to smoke from?
Take Our Name the Famous Landmarks Quiz!
London, England Dublin, Ireland New York City, NY Paris, France For what purpose was the Berlin Wall built? To stop people leaving East Berlin To protect West Berlin from violence and revolution To mark the city borders Where is the famous Trevi fountain found?
Is Your Memory Strong Enough to Pass This Grueling Test?
London New York Paris Los Angeles Berlin How many children were seated on the sofa? 1 2 3 4 5 6 Depositphotos What time was it on the clock?
How Well Do You Know The French Revolution?
Because of bread shortages in Paris. Because they were feeling the plague. Because they wanted Marie-Antoinette's execution. Because they wanted universal suffrage. How many people were guillotined during the Reign of Terror? 17,000 1,700 170 170,000 What effectively ended the Reign of Terror?
What is it You Secretly Need the Most?
Moraine Lake, Canada Taj Mahal, India Eiffel Tower, Paris An isolated cabin Terabass / wiki Times Square, New York Which of these animals would you like to hold in your hands right now? What kind of weather would you like right now outside?
Find the Fake Famous Painting!
The forgery is missing the cigar symbol on the sign Find the fake "Paris Street; Rainy Day" by Gustave Caillebotte The roof of the structure behind the man's umbrella is missing Which of these "Bedroom in Arles" by van Gogh is a fake?
It's Time for Our Great General Knowledge Quiz!
Green Blue Orange Black In which film did Humphrey Bogart say, "We'll always have Paris?" Casablanca The Maltese Falcon Key Largo The African Queen Maybe Next Time... Oh dear! It seems that you didn't quite manage to even get half of the questions right.
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?
What Happened First? A History Challenge!
The Tower of London was built in 1066 while Notre Dam was built in 1163 but finished construction only in 1345 Construction finished on the Tower of London Construction finished on Notre Dam de Paris Which happened first?
Ready For a Round of General Knowledge Trivia?
Light Switch Toilet Bowl Remote Control Coffee Maker Which river flows through Paris? Seine River Loire River Louvre River Thames River Which southern Italian city is believed to be the birthplace of the pizza?
Can You Figure Out the Relations??
Hard" Steven Spielberg to "Jurassic Park" The relationship between sand and glass is the same as that between: Glass is made of, among other things, sand, just as steel is made of, among other things, iron Seeds to dirt Iron to steel Jeans to button Gelatin to cake The relationship between the city of Paris
Only a Few Ace This Mixed Knowledge Test
Montague and Capulet Capuleta and Mantegi Paris and Seabelt Shrew and Philiantis What country makes the most toys? China USA Brazil India Zucchini is a type of... Pumpkin Cucumber Eggplant Banana CHAND ALIi What is the longest land mountain range in the world?
Pick the Odd One Out!
Dublin Paris Berlin Barcelona Pick the odd one out: Bilingual is the only word not related to time. Biweekly Bimonthly Bilingual Biannual Pick the odd one out: The universe is the only one that's not a part of something bigger.
The Numbers Quiz: Which is More?
Empire State Building, New York Eiffel Tower, Paris Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Statue of Unity, India Which animal is fastest? Gray foxes can reach 42 mph (67 kph) Rabbit Goat White Shark Gray Fox Which weighs more? A mixture of different sized particles is usually heavier than the particle alone.
Classic Book General Trivia!
Hector Paris Achilles Agamemnon In the book 'The Lord of the Flies' by William Golding - Which of these is the true ending?
How Good Is Your WWII Knowledge?
Amsterdam Paris New York Beijing Which one of these countries was not part of the Allied Alliance? Italy, under Mussolini, were part of the Axis, Tripartite Pact that included Japan, Italy and Germany.
Can You Ace this Tricky Quiz about Myths and Folk Tales?
In Homer’s Iliad, Prince Paris is approached by three goddesses with a golden apple to give to the fairest of them all. Who does he give it to? Helen did not directly participate in the contest between the goddesses. She was, instead, the prize. Aphrodite Athena Helen of Troy Hera 9.
Which Tourist Site is RIGHT?
Daniel Schwen Jean-Pierre Dalbéra What victory gate belongs in Paris, France? Fallaner wikipedia Carlos Delgado Which statue of Christ looks upon Rio, Brazil? Which castle belongs in Vienna, Austria? Thomas Wolf Diliff G CHP Which of these ancient amphitheaters sits in Athens, Greece?
Which Classic Musical Genius is Hiding in Your Soul?
Paris, France Prague, Czech Republic Florence, Italy Leipzig, Germany Which of the following quotes do you most connect to? "Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing that can be added, except when there is nothing that can be retracted" "We are what we repeatedly do.