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World Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

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World Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

What European country delights the Pope with the lowest divorce rate in the western world?
A: Italy

What Las Vegas hotel claims to display the world's largest hunk of gold?
A: The Golden Nugget

What's the only New England state without a seacoast?
A: Vermont

What foreign language do Norwegians study for seven years, beginning in the second grade?
A: English

What U.S. state has only 113 divorces for every 1,000 marriages?
A: Nevada.

What two seas flank the Caucasus Mountains?
A: The Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.

 
What South American capital's name means "I saw the mountain"?
A: Montevideo's

What nation's culinary wizards gave the world Stuffed Calf's Eyes and Cow Brain Fritters?
A: France's

What's the largest country in the Commonwealth of Independent States?
A: Russia

What was the final destination of the first U.S. paddle wheel steamboat, which departed from Pittsburgh?
A: New Orleans

What southern city does Federal Express channel all its packages through?
A: Memphis

What country sends the most tourists to Australia?
A: Japan

 
What Spanish ethnic group do geneticists consider the most direct descendants of  Cro-Magnons?
A: Basques

What U.S. state is the eighth largest economic power in the world?
A: California

What southeast Asian nation's shoppers began flashing new American Express cards in 1994?
A: Vietnam's

What bridge, celebrated in a Bobbie Gentry song, collapsed in 1972?
A: The Tallahatchie Bridge.

What do English-speaking tourists usually call France's Cote d' Azur?
A: The Riviera

What U.S. city is across the Rio Grande from Juarez?
A: El Paso

 
What European capital used to be called Lutetia?
A: Paris

What high-stakes city has the most unlisted phone numbers per capita in the U.S.?
A: Las Vegas

What South American archipelago has a name meaning "land of fire"?
A: Terra del Fuego

What country has the highest teen pregnancy rate of all the western industrial nations?
A: The U.S.

How many ngwee equal a kwacha when you're paying for gods in Zambia?
A: One hundred

What Jerusalem site is the only surviving part of the Second Temple?
A: The Wailing Wall

What city did environmental writer Edward Abbey call "the blob that ate Arizona"?
A: Phoenix

What nation in the Western Hemisphere is the world's largest exporter of forest products?
A: Canada

What sea laps shores of Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan?
A: The Caspian