Quiz 137


Quiz 137 – Round 3 – Geography

1. What is the capital of Kazakhstan?


2. In which English county would you find Ironbridge Gorge?


3. ‘Obscene Carbon’ is an anagrams of which UK national park?

Brecon Beacons

4. Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region of which East African country?


5. What is the official language of Brazil?


6. In which country would you find Kronborg Castle, known to many as ‘Elsinore’ from Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’?


7. Timbuktu is an ancient settlement within which other country?


8. Which two-word term is used collectively for the Bailiwick of Jersey, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Isle of Man?

Crown Dependencies

9. What is the national currency of Malaysia?

Malaysian Ringgit

10. If ‘.uk’ is an internet domain extension for the United Kingdom, which country uses ‘.bg’?






Art Quiz Questions

Quiz 137 – Round 4 – Art

Art quiz questions – Below we give you three artworks all by the same artist. Can you name the artist responsible for all three?

1. ‘Guernica’, ‘The Weeping Woman’ and ‘Le Rêve’.

Pablo Picasso

2. ‘The Last Supper’, ‘The Virgin of the Rocks’ and ‘Vitruvian Man’.

Leonardo da Vinci

3. ‘The Storm on the Sea of Galilee’, ‘The Night Watch’ and ‘The Return of the Prodigal Son’.


4. ‘Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy’, ‘A Bigger Splash’ and ‘A Bigger Grand Canyon’.

David Hockney

5. ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’, ‘The Milkmaid’ and ‘The Art of Painting’.

Johannes Vermeer

6. ‘The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living’, ‘For the Love of God’ and ‘Mickey’.

Damien Hirst

7. ‘The Card Players’, ‘Boy in a Red Waistcoat’ and ‘Bathers’.

Paul Cézanne

8. ‘Number 1 (Lavender Mist)’, ‘No. 5’ and ‘Blue Poles’.

Jackson Pollock

9. ‘The Birth of Venus’, ‘La Primavera’ and ‘Adoration of the Magi’.

Sandro Botticelli

10. ‘My Bed’, ‘Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995’ and ‘Hate and Power Can Be a Terrible Thing’.

Tracey Emin


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Food and Drink

Quiz 137 – Round 5 – Food and Drink

1. Which controversial food translates into English as ‘fatty liver’?

Foie gras

2. ‘Asahi’ is a brewery in which country?


3. Which herb is usually used in the production of pesto?


4. What shape is ‘farfalle’ pasta?


5. Of what does the majority of the giant panda’s diet consist?


6. Which drink is sometimes referred to as ‘Adam’s Ale’?


7. Which two gases are contained within canned and draught Guinness, causing the beer’s creamy head when poured?

Nitrogen and carbon dioxide

8. What are the four main constituents of a Waldorf salad, which are usually dressed in mayonnaise and served on a bed of lettuce?

Celery, apples, walnuts and grapes

9. According to the famous quote from the ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Hannibal Lecter ate the liver of a ‘census taker who tried to test him’. What did he eat and drink to accompany it?

Some fava beans and a nice Chianti

10. What is the maximum number of Michelin Stars that can be awarded to a restaurant?






Sporting Venues Quiz

Quiz 137 – Round 6 – Sport

Sporting venues quiz – In which countries are the following sports venues?

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1. Nakayama Racecourse


2. Buddh International Circuit


3. Flemington Racecourse


4. Churchill Downs


5. Hockenheimring


6. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium

North Korea

7. Estadio Azteca


8. Circuit Gilles Villeneuve


9. Goodwood Circuit


10. FNB Stadium (First National Bank)

South Africa


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Quiz 137 – Round 7 – General Knowledge

1. Which is the last book of the Old Testament?


2. What was the year 1986 in Roman Numerals?


3. In which year was the young Prince George born?


4. What nationality is Ernő Rubik, inventor of the Rubik’s Cube?


5. Which star of ‘Allo ‘Allo sadly passed away in January 2017 at the age of 75?

Gorden Kaye

6. The Reverend Richard Coles was formerly part of which 80s pop duo?

The Communards

7. Which English ventriloquist had a puppet called Lord Charles?

Ray Alan

8. At which stadium was the famous 1966 football World Cup final match played?


9. The Mariana Trench, the deepest location on Earth, lies within which ocean?

Pacific Ocean

10. Which of the following is not a prime number: 199, 181 or 147?

147 (49X3)