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What Arab nation has the highest percentage of Christians?
Named by explorer John Walter Gregory, the Great Rift Valley is
found at the juncture of two tectonic plates tearing apart what continent?
d. North America
What country's flag is also known as the Tiranga, from the Sanskrit
The Dutch monarch lives at Huis Ten Bosch Palace (literally, "The
House in the Forest") in what city?
a. The Hague
Czech it out! Named for Charles IV, Charles Bridge crosses the
Vltava River in what city?
The Portuguese seemed to have named "Los Barbados" for the island's
fig trees. What does "Barbados" mean?
In terms of fatalities, history's three worst earthquakes were in
1556, 1976 and 1920. Where?
Named for the silver coin foundry built there in 1612, the Ginza is
now an entertainment and shopping district in what city?
d. Kuala Lumpur
What is the only country with coasts on both the Ionian and
Tyrrhenian seas, which meet at the Strait of Messina?
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth, but not a state. However, four
states are both commonwealths and states! Which of these states is not one of them?
a. New Hampshire
What country was once known as Lan Zang, which literally means
"Kingdom of a Million Elephants"?
St Stephen was this country's first Christian king, and in this
city's Cathedral of St Stephen, you can visit his mummified right hand. Where are we?
a. Vienna, Austria
b. Prague, Czech Republic
c. Budapest, Hungary
d. Frankfurt, Germany
Formally known as the Castaic-Tejon Route, where was the Ridge
From the title of a 1972 novel by Austin Mitchell, what country
sometimes calls itself "The Half Gallon Quarter Acre Pavlova Paradise"?
b. New Zealand
d. Hong Kong
In this country, they call themselves Kartvelebi and their country
Sakartvelo, for Kartlos, the local pagan god. Our name for them is based on a Persian word. What country is
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