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What British Abbey holds the tombs of Handel, Laurence Olivier and Chaucer?
Westminster Abbey - Westminster Abbey is in London.
What term was used in reference to McCarthy's purge against communism in the '50's?
Witch-hunt - Joseph McCarthy was born November 14, 1908 in Wisconsin.
This Patrick was known for his TV role as 'The Prisoner'.
McGoohan - Partick McGoohan was born in 1928.
Rodin's sculpture 'The Thinker' was created using what material?
Bronze - 'The Thinker' was sculpted in 1881.
Three successive English monarchs were the offspring of one famous father.
Henry VIII - Henry VIII was married to Anne Bolyne.
Which architecturally significant building hosted the first 'World's Fair'?
The Crystal Palace - The World's Fair was held in London in 1851.
This Shakespearean story has been put to music by Tchaikovsky, Berlioz and Prokofiev.
Romeo and Juliet - The 1996 movie version starred Claire Dane and Leonardo DiCaprio.
What is the name of 'The Forbidden City of Tibet'?
Lhasa - Lhasa is 3,760 meters above the Lhasa river.
The Canadian centre for architecture is located in what city?
Montreal - The centre was founded in 1979.
Where were the five students killed by the National Guard during a 1970 protest?
Kent State - Kent State is in Ohio.
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