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What country is made up of two islands, inventively named North
Island and South Island, that are on two different continental plates and are separated by Cook Strait?
Which nomadic North African people have no commonly used written
form of their language?
Strictly speaking, Big Ben is what specific part of the Houses of
It used to be that we thought these people came from Egypt. In
fact, based on study of their language, they probably came from northwestern India. Who are they?
On what continent do the borders of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and
Zimbabwe meet at a single point called the Four Corners Heartland?
Only Indonesia exports more nutmegs than does what Caribbean
country, which even has a nutmeg on its flag?
There were no lions or gladiators in July 2000, when a Sophocles
play, Oedipus Rex, became the first show in 1500 years staged at what venue?
If you were in a restaurant overlooking Narragansett Bay, enjoying
a fried cornbread called johnnycake, where would you be?
Who summers at the Castel Gandolfo, which doubles as an
The only real waterfall on the Mississippi is St Anthony Falls.
What state is it in?
What lake, the world's deepest, is fed by 336 rivers but only
drained by one (the Angara)?
After the Civil War, losing Confederates packed up their slaves and
founded the town of Americana, in which country, which at the time had the world's largest slave
Until those Soviet republics (and East Timor) became free, what had
been the only Asian country with a Christian majority?
Cut off from light, Lake Vostok is two miles beneath the surface of
Which of South Africa's three capital cities, now its legislative
capital, is also a port?
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