||What is the US state capital of Idaho?
||What was the first name of 18th Century English poet Lord Byron?
||What is the main ingredient of the dish lutefisk?
||In the children’s tv cartoon series, who is Inspector Gadget’s arch enemy?
||The Sopot International Song Festival is held annually in which European country?
||What is the title of the only ‘Carry On’ film in which US actor Phil Silvers appeared?
||Follow That Camel
||Liberation Day is celebrated in the Netherlands during which month of the year?
||May – 5th
||Which English Lord led the Charge of the Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854?
||In which continent is the Beardmore Glacier?
||The Republic of the Union of Myanmar is otherwise known by what name?
||Which French driver won the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix, his first Formula One victory?
||What is the name of the German origin biscuit baked in a looped knot and often glazed with salt.
||Which British comedian’s catchphrase was ‘Just like that’?
||Ainsley Harriot was once head chef at which UK cricket ground?
||In politics, psephology is the study of what?
||Ligustrum Ovalifolium is the Latin name for which shrub?
||In which country was US politician Henry Kissinger born?
||What is the name of Romeo’s friend and cousin in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet?
||Astrakhan is the curly hair of which young animal?
||Nguyen Tan Dung became Prime Minister of which country in June 2006?
||What does the Latin phrase ‘Caveat emptor’ translate to in English?
||Let the buyer beware
||Lyon (or Lyons) is the capital of which French departement?
||Which national football team is nicknamed ‘Bafana Bafana’?
||In mathematics, acute, obtuse and reflex are all types of what?
||What relation was Napoleon III of France to Napoleon I of France?
||Which US state is known as the ‘Bluegrass State’?
||Who played Ron Kovic in the 1989 film ‘Born on the Fourth of July’?
||Which planet in our solar has the longest year, equal to 164 Earth years?
||Who wrote the 1804 poem ‘Jerusalem’?
||Where on the body would a Hoxton Fin be worn?