St. Patrick's Day: Can You Answer These 15 Questions?
What cultural background was St. Patrick? Irish Irish and Scottish Italian Scottish and Welsh Why is the shamrock used as a symbol for St. Patrick's Day?
True or False: Can You Guess Which Pop Facts Are True?
It was actually the character of Elaine that did not appear in the show's pilot True False The St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans is dedicated to The Big Easy’s own Louis Armstrong False! St.
Can You Remember These Small Details?
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You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!
Boxing Day Christmas Day St Stephen's Day St. John's Day What’s longer, a nautical mile or a mile? A nautical mile is 1.5 miles Mile Nautical Mile They're the same They can't be compared Who is often credited with creating the world’s first car? Karl Benz Henry Ford Louis Chevrolet Walter P.
Answer This Leprechaun and Win a Pot of Gold!
The Sapphire Island The Green Isle The Jade Island The Emerald Isle On St. Brigid's Day people went from house to house carrying a straw doll. What was the doll called? Brighid is the patron of poets and bard, healers and magicians.
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 1682 1840 Who is widely considered the founding father of the French nation?
Do You Know These Famous Rulers?
Louis XIV ruled from 1638 to 1715 and is known as the most famous French monarch. Louis XIV Louis XVI Henry IV Napoleon Bonaparte A 2015 poll found that the most popular American President in history is... George Washington Abraham Lincoln Franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S.
The Ultimate Valentine's Day Quiz!
True False St. Valentine is the patron saint of which animal? He is also the patron saint of beekeepers! Butterflies Lions Bees Lemurs Valentine's Day is said to be based on the pagan ritual of "Lupercalia", which involves...
If You Pride Yourself On General Knowledge Take This Quiz!
Johannes Gutenberg Galileo Galilei Louis Pasteur Nikola Tesla Which river did the Egyptian civilization spring from? The Nile River The Yellow River The Thames The Ganges River What is the name of the biggest part of the human brain?
English Quiz: Complete the Proverb!
This phrase is believed to have been coined by st. Augustine in 390 AD. "...do as the Romans do." "...be a Roman." "...act as a Roman" "...do as a Roman does." "Fortune favors..."
Can You Beat This 18 Question Grab-For-All?
The voyage was made by Darwin, who used it for his book The Origin of Species Alexander Graham Bell Louis Pasteur Nicolaus Copernicus Charles Robert Darwin Where was Jesus born?
How Well Do You Know The French Revolution?
Louis XVI Louis XIV Charles III Charles I How many estates were there within the Estates-General? 3 2 4 6 Who led the Jacobins? Marat Napoleon Robespierre Remy What happened to Notre Dame during the Revolution? It became the Temple of Reason It was used as a dungeon. It became a nunnery.
Which Famous Ruler Are You?
Share Result Louis XIV Louis XIV, known as 'The Sun King', was the King of France from 1643 to his death in 1715. His reign was the longest recorded of ANY monarch in European history, lasting 72 years!
How Do You Communicate Your Love?
Depositphotos How would you react if your significant other did not want to do anything for St. Valentine's Day? I wouldn't mind. I'd ask for a good reason why not. I'd be very upset. I'd tell them to accept it and try to enjoy it. I'd figure out something for us to do to celebrate anyway.
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?
The Great European History Quiz
King Louis XVI King Charles IX King Philip III When was the Roman Empire established? 27BC 996BC 44AD Which British monarch did Guy Fawkes and his co-plotters plan to assassinate through the Gunpowder Plot?
The Ultimate New Testament Brain Teasers
Philip Joseph of Arimathea Mary Magdalene Stephen How did St. Paul escape from the city of Damascus? Since Luke-Acts was written in Greek for a gentile audience, the text says ‘Jews’ wanted to kill the new convert Paul, possibly for revenge.
Which Tourist Site is RIGHT?
Erwin Soo JesseW900 canva Moscow, Russia Which of these obelisks can be found in St. Petersburg, Russia? Ivan Smelov Adam Jones Duncharris Continentaleurope canva Try again? You may not have traveled much or just haven't seen these sights yourself.
Which of the World Wonders Are You?
Share Result Machu Picchu Martin St-Amant The city on the top, an ancient relic of the Inca culture of South America. This beautiful world wonder rests in the green mountains of Peru.
Can You Name the Nursery Rhyme?
As I Was Going to St. Ives Hickory, Dickory Dock The Lion and the Unicorn A Was an Apple Pie These lines belong to the nursery rhyme... The Itsy Bitsy Spider Ring-a-Ring o' Roses Billy Boy This Little Piggy These lines belong to the nursery rhyme...
Can You Find the Odd Photo in 60 Seconds?
Choose the odd London Bridge The crown is missing in the center Find the odd Statue of Liberty The fingers of the left hand are missing Find the odd Taj Mahal It has different towers/columns on the left and right Find the odd Big Ben The gargoyle on the right side of the clock is missing Choose the odd St
Name the Famous Movie Character
Brown Louis Canning Which famous movie character is this? That's right, Dirty Harry isn't even named Harry. Please forgive our naughty trick question Harold Callahan Harry Smith Harry Silverback Harold Goldman Which famous movie character is this?
How Much Do You Know About the UK?
George III Richard III Elizabeth I Louis XIV The UK has 13 British overseas territories. Which of these is one of them? Gibraltar French Guinea British Columbia Malta True or False: Heathrow airport in London in the largest airport in Europe True False. Germany's Frankfurt airport is larger.
Do You Recognize These Famous Renaissance Masterpieces?
The Beheading of St John the Baptist by Caravaggio The Triumph of Death by Orcagna Lamentation of Christ by Andrea Mantegna Your Answers Were a Little Messy... Oh dear, it seems that your knowledge of Renaissance art is a little lacking.