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Chill and just be mellow. What most small and "most serene
republic" would you find on the slopes of Mount Titano?
In 1995, what African country became the first member of the
Commonwealth that was never part of Britain or any of its colonies, in whole or in part?
What country changed its name in 1984 from Upper Volta, named for
its position on the Volta River, to something meaning "Land of Honest People"?
From 1928 to 2002, what was the official capital of the Republic of
Landlocked countries have no ocean borders. What is the world's
largest landlocked country?
That Revolution thing ... well ... let's let bygones be bygones.
Which US state has a British Union Jack on its flag?
Aside from Honolulu, what is the southernmost US state capital?
Located on the Chao Phraya River, what world capital is known
locally as Krung Thep, meaning City of Angels?
In which city would you be if, after a morning surfing on Bondi
Beach, you went shopping in a revived slum called the Rocks?
In the 1980s, what former Portuguese colony put an AK-47 on its
In the 1960s, when London Bridge was "falling down", chainsaw
magnate Robert McCulloch moved it. Where?
What country is more than 2,650 miles long (north to south), but on
average only 110 miles wide (east to west)?
The largest island in the world is officially called Kalaallit
Nunaat. What do the rest of us call it?
Until a violent civil war started in 1975, what sophisticated city
was known as the Paris of the Middle East?
South Africa has three capitals, one legislative, one executive and
one judicial. Which of these cities, the country's largest, is not one of those capitals?
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