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How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 22

It’s been 2 months already since I have published my 21st quiz for the longest trivia quiz series here at Virily, and now I’m back to for its 22nd quiz.

Are you ready for another brainstorming challenge that’s all about anything under the sun? If you are then better get ready for another round of mind-boggling quiz, and make sure to get 9/15 to pass this quiz.

Share your result to your friends and families to spread the fun and knowledge. Have fun and good luck!

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If you have missed my previous quizzes, just check these links below:

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 1

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 2

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 3

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 4

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 5

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 6

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 7

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 8

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 9

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 10

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 11

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 12

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 13

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 14

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 15

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 16

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 17

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 18

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 19

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 20

How Many of These Trivia Questions Can You Guess? PART 21

  • What did Simon Wiesenthal hunt?

    • tigers
    • anacondas
    • fugitive Nazis
    • Jews
  • Where is the global headquarters of the financial services company called Visa, Inc.?

    • California, USA
    • Ontario, Canada
    • Tokyo, Japan
    • Zurich, Switzerland
  • According to Guinness World Records, who is depicted by more statues worldwide than anybody else?

    • Virgin Mary
    • Jesus
    • Alexander the Great
    • Buddha
  • In which Olympic event might you encounter the terms Flamingo and Eggbeater?

    • BMX cycling
    • synchronized swimming
    • Formula 1 racing
    • artistic gymnastics
  • Which of the following is the highest mountain in Africa?

    • Mount Kilimanjaro
    • Mount Fujiyama
    • Mount Everest
    • Mount Kosciuszko
  • What type of food is most closely related with the English county of Cornwall?

    • flan
    • pasty
    • bread
    • pie
  • In which year were most of the oilfields of Kuwait set ablaze by retreating Iraqi forces?

    • 1991
    • 1990
    • 1992
    • 1989
  • Four-wheel-drive vehicles bearing the name “Land Cruiser” have been made by what automaker since 1951?

    • Mazda
    • Ford
    • Toyota
    • Chevrolet
  • In what month does Remembrance Day occur?

    • December
    • March
    • August
    • November
  • The Godfather was written by Mario Puzo and made into film as a trilogy from the director named what?

    • Steven Spielberg
    • Martin Scorsese
    • Francis Ford Coppola
    • George Lucas
  • In what general direction does the Nile River flow?

    • South
    • North
    • East
    • None, it doesn’t flow at all
  • The name of which animal is used as a slang term for a rising stock market?

    • rooster
    • fox
    • bull
    • pig
  • Over what area is the ozone layer the thinnest?

    • Canada
    • Antarctica
    • Greenland
    • South Pole
  • The beer called Stella Artois originates from what country?

    • France
    • Canada
    • Ireland
    • Belgium
  • The Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest hydro-electric power station, is supported by the longest river in Asia which is found in China. What is this river called?

    • Mekong River
    • Yellow River
    • Grand Canal
    • Yangtze River

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    • …congrats for a high score u got Norman..yeah u are right, but South Pole is not a place but one of two points where the Earth’s axis of rotation intersects its surface..I just put South Pole to make that question a bit tricky..And if we say Antarctica, it means a wider region compared to South pole which focuses on the the very point of Earth’s axis… 🙂

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