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

The longest trivia quiz series in Virily is now back to take you a challenge again on how well do you know anything under the sun.

So are you ready again for this interesting brain challenge? If you are, take this quiz now and make sure to get a passing score of 6 out of 10.

Good luck and enjoy the quiz.

If you have missed my previous quizzes, just click the respective 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

  • Marlon James’ book entitled “A Brief History of Seven Killings” focuses on the attempted assassination of which musician in the 1976?

    • Peter Tosh
    • Michael Hutchence
    • Kurt Cobain
    • Bob Marley
  • The world’s longest and deepest traffic tunnel, the Gotthard Base Tunnel, runs under the Alps in which country?

    • Italy
    • Austria
    • Switzerland
    • France
  • Launched in 2006, the New Horizons space probe did a flyby assessment of which celestial body in 2015?

    • Pluto
    • Uranus
    • Halley’s Comet
    • Triton
  • On the 1st of January 2014, a Dutch named Michael van Gerwen defeated Peter Wright of Scotland to win which World Championships?

    • Chess
    • Darts
    • Snooker
    • Scrabble
  • Which country in Africa is the most successful at football having won the African Cup of Nations seven times?

    • Tanzania
    • Libya
    • Sudan
    • Egypt
  • Harold Holt, who vanished in 1967 while swimming was presumed drowned, was Prime Minister of which country?

    • Papua New Guinea
    • Mauritius
    • Australia
    • Cuba
  • Two paintings by which artist, including Seascape at Scheveningen, were recovered after having been stolen 14 years earlier?

    • Rembrandt van Rijn
    • Vincent van Gogh
    • Claude Monet
    • Pablo Picasso
  • After the abdication of his mother in 2013, Willem-Alexander became the first male monarch of which country since 1890?

    • Netherlands
    • Luxembourg
    • Denmark
    • Spain
  • The Zika virus, spread by mosquitoes, is named for a forest in which country where it was first isolated in 1947?

    • Zimbabwe
    • Uganda
    • Sierra Leone
    • South Africa
  • What is the name of an Indian woman notable for being the world’s smallest living woman according to Guinness World Records? She is only measured as 63 cm. or 2 ft.

    • Rashmi Upadhyay
    • Chandana Bajaj
    • Jyoti Amge
    • Parikh Kalyani

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