Famous Fashion, Football, and Capital Cities
Capital Cities Disney Eurovision Formula 1 Germany Shakespeare Tour de France Football Solar System Fashion

This week’s mega quiz is filled with obscure questions that will challenge regular quiz players, but also there are many easier questions for the beginner. Grab a coffee and have at it!

Round 1 – Capital Cities

  1. Manila is the capital of which Asian county?
  2. Sacramento is the capital of which US State?
  3. Bangui is the capital of which African nation?
  4. Azerbaijan has which city as its capital?
  5. Villinus is the capital of which European country?

Some more about Capital Cities:

A capital city is the political center of a country, typically where the government and parliament buildings are located. Capital cities also tend to be the largest and most populous city in a nation, and they often serve as important economic hubs as well. Some of the world’s most famous capital cities include London, Paris, Rome, Washington D.C., and Beijing. Each of these cities is home to a wealth of historical and cultural attractions, and they play a vital role in the politics and economy of their respective countries.

Round 2 – Disney

  1. Which film is a loose re-telling of a fable by Aesop entitled “The Ant and The Grasshopper”?
  2. Mushu, in the film Mulan, is voiced by which actor?
  3. Kenai is the leading character in which Disney movie?
  4. In which Disney film is their a King called King Triton?
  5. Which Disney film is based on a work by Charles Perrault?

Some more about Disney:

Disney World was the brainchild of Walt Disney, who first conceived of the idea while riding through Manhattan with his brother Roy. As they watched the bustling cityscape zip by, Walt dreamed of creating a place where families could come together and enjoy themselves. This dream became a reality when, in 1965, the first Disney theme park opened in Anaheim, California.

Round 3 – Eurovision

  1. Emma Marrone was chosen to represent which of the “Big 5” nations in 2014?
  2. Anne Marie David represented which country when she won the 1973 contest?
  3. Mia Martini has twice represented which nation in Eurovision?
  4. Jean Teigen has twice represented which nation?
  5. Brainstorm were the first act to represent which nation in Eurovision?

Some more about Eurovision:

The Eurovision Song Contest was originally conceived as a way to unite Europe in the aftermath of World War II. The first contest was held in Switzerland in 1956, with seven countries participating. The contest has grown steadily in popularity over the years, and now attracts more than 200 million viewers worldwide. Due to its wide appeal, the Eurovision Song Contest has often been used as a platform for political messages. In 1974, for example, Greece used their victory to promote peace in Cyprus, and in 1988, Ireland used their win to call for an end to violence in Northern Ireland.

Round 4 – Formula 1

  1. Robert Kubica drove for which team in the 2010 season?
  2. The Marina Bay Street Circuit lies in what country?
  3. Jack Brabham won both of his World Championships whilst driving for which team?
  4. Who won the constructors championship in 2012?
  5. DRS is used in modern F1 but what does the R stand for?

Some more about Formula 1:

Formula 1 racing is a popular sport that has a long and storied history. The origins of the sport can be traced back to the early days of automobile racing, when European manufacturers began holding races to showcase their latest technologies. Over time, these races became increasingly competitive, and eventually evolved into the formalized sport of Formula 1. The first official Formula 1 race was held in 1950, and the sport has been growing in popularity ever since. Today, Formula 1 racing is followed by millions of fans around the world, and is widely considered to be the pinnacle of auto racing.

Round 5 – Germany

  1. Der Kommisar was a hit single for which act?
  2. The Mother is the work of which German writer?
  3. Ruth Moschner has been a presenter on what popular reality show?
  4. Laacher See can be found in which State?
  5. The Dance of Death is a well known film by which director?

Some more about Germany:

Germany is a country with a rich history and culture, and there are many interesting places to visit. In the north, visitors can explore the stunning coastline of the Baltic Sea, or take in the picturesque villages of the German Alps in the south. For those interested in art and architecture, Cologne and Berlin are home to some of the finest museums and galleries in Europe

Round 6 – Shakespeare

  1. Who is the Duke of Milan in The Tempest?
  2. Who is Hectors wife in Troilus and Cressida?
  3. What noteable Shakespeare play is set in Denmark?
  4. Shakespeare wrote 154 of these short poems?
  5. Who is the father of Ophelia in Hamlet?

Some more about Shakespeare:

While the exact origins of Shakespeare’s plays are often debated, it is generally agreed that Shakespeare wrote approximately 38 plays, including comedies, tragedies and histories. Many of his plays were based on earlier works, such as Thomas North’s translation of Plutarch’s Lives. While Shakespeare is best known for his plays, he also wrote a number of sonnets and other poetry. His works have been translated into more than 80 languages and continue to be performed around the world.

Round 7 – Tour de France

  1. Who was the first Dutch rider to win the Tour de France?
  2. What Spanish rider “interrupted” Merckx’s streak of victories in the Tour?
  3. What is the mountain pass most often included in the Tour de France?
  4. What team did Alberto Contador belong to when he first won the Tour?
  5. What mountain system became part of the Tour’s climbs in 1911?

Some more about Tour de France:

The Tour de France is an annual road cycling race that was first held in 1903. The race covers more than 2,000 miles and typically takes place over the course of three weeks. The Tour de France is considered one of the most difficult sporting events in the world, and its winner is considered one of the greatest cyclists of all time. The early years of the race were marked by controversy and cheating, but the event has since become a showcase for the best cyclists in the world.

Round 8 – Football

  1. I was captain of Germany in the 2014 World Cup Final. Who am I?
  2. I wore the number 18 shirt in the 2014 World Cup Final and later signed for Real Madrid. Who am I?
  3. I have won a record 4 World Cup medals. Who am I?
  4. Manchester United signed me from Bayern Munich in 2015. Who am I?
  5. I scored 2 headed goals in the 1998 World Cup Final and was sent off in the 2006 Final for a Head but. Who am I?

Some more about Football:

Football is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is played by millions of people of all ages in countries on every continent. The sport has a long and rich history, dating back to medieval England. The modern game of football emerged in the 19th century, when a number of British schools and universities began codifying the rules of the game. In 1871, the first football club was formed in England, and the first professional league began operating in 1888. Since then, football has continued to grow in popularity, and today there are professional leagues operating in countries all over Europe. Football has also become one of the most lucrative sports in the world, with top players earning salaries that rival those of other professional athletes.

Round 9 – Solar System

  1. Prospero is a moon that orbits which planet?
  2. Which planet takes 29 Earth years to orbit the Sun?
  3. Verena 3 was the first craft to land on which planet?
  4. Which planet is also know as The Evening Star?
  5. Which gas forms the primary composition of Mars?

Some more about Solar System:

The Solar System is thought to have formed around 4.6 billion years ago from a cloud of dust and gas known as the solar nebula. As the nebula collapsed under its own gravity, it began to spin faster and flatten into a disk. This process continued until the center of the disk became so hot and dense that nuclear fusion began, and the Sun was born. At the same time, material in the outer regions of the disk began to clump together to form the planets, moons, and other bodies that we see today. Over time, the Solar System has undergone numerous changes, including the formation of impact craters, cometary collisions, and volcanic eruptions. However, its overall structure has remained relatively unchanged, providing us with a window into the early days of our Solar System.

Round 10 – Fashion

  1. What is the first name of the Italian designer Versace, sister of Gianni?
  2. The bob, made fashionable by ‘flappers’ in the 1920s, was a short what?
  3. Philip Treacy is known as a designer of what?
  4. In fashion, what does the letter K stand for in DKNY?
  5. Which US fashion awards are the industry’s equivalent of the Oscars?

Some more about Fashion:

The history of the fashion industry is a long and complex one, with roots that date back to the Middle Ages. During this time, sumptuary laws dictated what people could wear, based on their social status. Over time, these laws were increasingly relaxed, and fashion became more accessible to the general public. The 18th century saw the rise of haute couture, with designers like Charles Frederick Worth creating garments for an elite clientele. In the 19th century, trends began to spread more quickly thanks to developments in transportation and communication. By the early 20th century, fashion was truly global, with designers like Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli influencing trends around the world.



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