General Knowledge Trivia Questions #73Free Trivia Questions - Printable Trivia
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Spanning across the Reuss River, Chapel Bridge that is located in which nation?
Switzerland - This famous bridge is also known as the Kapellbrucke.
How many points is a game played to in badminton?
a. 11 points
b. 41 points
c. 21 points
d. 31 points
21 points - Badminton was created by British military officers stationed in India during the mid-1800s.
Which of these colors makes up the flag of the Russian Federation?
a. Red white and blue
b. Red, yellow and blue
c. Red and yellow
d. Black and green
Red white and blue - The flag has three equal horizontal stripes.
What is the capital of Bangladesh?
Dhaka - This city is situated on the Buriganga River.
Found in tropical rainforests, in which country could you see a wild tree-kangaroo?
a. New Guinea
New Guinea - This remarkable kangaroo is arboreal. It is able to move through the trees.
The tagline "Lie. Cheat. Steal. All in a day's work." is from which movie?
a. The Pinkpanther
b. The Bodyguard
c. Glengarry Glen Ross
d. Ocean's Eleven
Glengarry Glen Ross - This movie stars Jack Lemmon and Kevin Spacey.
Known for his roles in the Godfather and Scarface, where was Al Pacino born?
c. New York
New York - He was born in New York on the 25th of April 1940.
Which city is nicknamed the "Eternal City"?
Rome - Paris is known as the City of Lights.
Who played Carter in the film Rush Hour?
a. Robert Littman
b. Ken Leung
c. Chris Tucker
d. Jackie Chan
Chris Tucker - Jackie Chan plays Lee. The film was released in 1988.
How many feet are in a chain?
66 - There are ten chains in a furlong.
A peppercorn is which part of the black pepper plant?
Fruit - A member of the piperceae family, black pepper is a flowering vine.
Clydesdale horses come from which nation?
Scotland - Clydesdales are very large draught horses that date back to the early 1820s.
Jackie Chan does the voice of which creature in the film "Kung Fu Panda"?
Monkey - This film was released in 2008.
Which nation's name translates to "Alba"?
Scotland - Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name.
The lily is associated with which holiday?
c. Valentine's Day
d. Mother's Day
Easter - Easter Lilies are traditionally white.
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