1. RELIGION
    The Al Aqsa Mosque, one of the holiest sites for Muslims all over the world, built on the site where Muslims believe that the prophet Mohammed rose to heaven, can be found in which city?
  2. HISTORY
    When leaving the port of Southampton on its way to Cherbourg in France, what ship nearly collided with the ship SS City of New York in April 1912?
  3. BUSINESS
    The well know company Philips, which today sells mostly electronic equipment, started in 1891 in which country?
  4. PICTURES . CAR LOGOS
    In each of these four images there are four options. In each case which one is the correct logo.
  5. GEOGRAPHY
    Many mistakenly call it a river when the Bosphorous is actually a sea channel. Name any one of the two seas it connects directly..
  6. MUSIC
    What is the name of this piece of music and in which 1950’s/1960’s TV show and more recently movie was it a theme? 
  7. LITERATURE
    What was the first book to be published featuring the character Hannibal Lecter?
  8. PICTURES – MY NAME IS IN A BEATLES SONG TITLE
    In each of these six photos we have a celebrity that is/were pretty well known. Each of them has a name (could be first or second name) that is either a Beatles title or even the full title itself. Picture E has a name in the lyrics, not the title. Name the six Beatles songs with these names included.
  9. FLAGS
    Four answers required here. There are two colours on the official flag of the Vatican City. One of them is white, what is the other one. There are also three items shown on the flag, what are the three of them?
  10. AUDIO – MUSICALS
    Name these four songs and identify the musical that they come from (stage or screen)
    Audio files available to stream or download from the website
  11. PICTURES – PIXELATED SUPERHERO LOGOS
    Identify these four superhero logos by their badly produced pixelated logos.
  12. FINANCE
    According to Forbes, in which three countries where would you find the most number of millionaires (in any order)
  13. MUSIC
    Which UK music festival started the day after jimi Henrdux died in 1970 and cost one pound to enter and included free drinks of milk?
  14. PICTURES – CELEBRITY TWEETS
    Identify the people who wrote these tweets (or depending on the question, who they are about)
  15. FASHION
    I am looking for the names of two singers. One of them made news in 1992 when walking down the catwalk topless with Jean Paul Gautier and the other wore a dress at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards designed by Frank Fernandes and was made only of raw meat.
  16. AUDIO – RINGTONES
    Listen to these two remixed ringtones and identify the phone companies that produced them. 
  17. AIR TRAVEL
    If a flight leaves Copenhagen at 9am, today, and flies to the city of Chicago, If the flight takes eight hours, at what time local time will it land?
  18. PICTURES – AWARDS
    It is award season right now. Identify the events that all of these awards are given out (They are not all for Entertainment)
  19. LANDMARKS
    In the left hand of the Statue of Liberty there is a tablet held. What date is inscribed on the tablet?
  1. HISTORY
    The Civil War in Yugoslavia was brought to an end officially at the Dayton Accords of 1995 which led to the break-up of the country. How many modern day countries were created by the split up of Yugoslavia?
    ** A country is defined as one that has been officially recognised by the United Nations
  2. MUSIC
    In which French house music hit song from 1997 is the song title repeated 144 times?
  3. PICTURES – RUSSIAN/SOVIET LEADERS
    Name these four Soviet or Russian leaders and name the year where they first came to power.
  1. RELIGION
    The Al Aqsa Mosque, one of the holiest sites for Muslims all over the world, built on the site where Muslims believe that the prophet Mohammed rose to heaven, can be found in which city?

    1. Jerusalem 
  2. HISTORY
    When leaving the port of Southampton on its way to Cherbourg in France, what ship nearly collided with the ship SS City of New York in April 1912?

    1. Titanic 
  3. BUSINESS
    The well know company Philips, which today sells mostly electronic equipment, started in 1891 in which country?

    1. The Netherlands 
  4. PICTURES . CAR LOGOS
    In each of these four images there are four options. In each case which one is the correct logo.

    1. a) Picture 2 b) Picture 3 c) Picture 2 d) Picture 4
      (½ point for each correct answer)
       
  5. GEOGRAPHY
    Many mistakenly call it a river when the Bosphorous is actually a sea channel. Name any one of the two seas it connects directly..

    1. The Black Sea or the Sea of Marmara 
  6. MUSIC
    What is the name of this piece of music and in which 1950’s/1960’s TV show and more recently movie was it a theme?
    1. It is called The William Tell Overture and was the theme to The Lone Ranger
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  7. LITERATURE
    What was the first book to be published featuring the character Hannibal Lecter?

    1. Red Dragon 
  8. PICTURES – MY NAME IS IN A BEATLES SONG TITLE
    In each of these six photos we have a celebrity that is/were pretty well known. Each of them has a name (could be first or second name) that is either a Beatles title or even the full title itself. Picture E has a name in the lyrics, not the title. Name the six Beatles songs with these names included.

    1. a) Michelle (Michelle Obama), b)Hey Jude (Jude Law), c) Lady Madonna (Madonna), d) Eleanor Rigby (Eleanor Roosevelt) e) When I’m 64 (Vera Wang)
      f) Rocky Raccoon (Rocky Marciano)
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  9. FLAGS
    Four answers required here. There are two colours on the official flag of the Vatican City. One of them is white, what is the other one. There are also three items shown on the flag, what are the three of them?

    1. The flag colour is yellow
      The three items are the Papal Tiara (I accepted just Tiara or Crown), a gold key and a silver key
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  10. AUDIO – MUSICALS
    Name these four songs and identify the musical that they come from (stage or screen)
    1. a) Oliver Twist b) Mary Poppins c) The Lion King d) Beauty and the Beast e) Cabaret f) Hairspray g) Chicago h) Chess
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  11. PICTURES – PIXELATED SUPERHERO LOGOS
    Identify these four superhero logos by their badly produced pixelated logos.

    1. a) Fantastic Four b) X-Men c) Captain America d) Wonder Woman
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  12. FINANCE
    According to Forbes, in which three countries where would you find the most number of millionaires (in any order)

    1. In order, USA, China, Germany
      (½ point for each correct answer)
       
  13. MUSIC
    Which UK music festival started the day after jimi Henrdux died in 1970 and cost one pound to enter and included free drinks of milk?

    1. Glastonbury 
  14. PICTURES – CELEBRITY TWEETS
    Identify the people who wrote these tweets (or depending on the question, who they are about)

    1. a) J.K. Rowling b) Kim Kardashian c) Donald Trump d) Kanye West
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  15. FASHION
    I am looking for the names of two singers. One of them made news in 1992 when walking down the catwalk topless with Jean Paul Gautier and the other wore a dress at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards designed by Frank Fernandes and was made only of raw meat.

    1. Madonna and Lady GaGa
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  16. AUDIO – RINGTONES
    Listen to these two remixed ringtones and identify the phone companies that produced them. Audio files can be downloaded or streamed from the website.

    1. First is Nokia and the second is Samsung
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  17. AIR TRAVEL
    If a flight leaves Copenhagen at 9am, today, and flies to the city of Chicago, If the flight takes eight hours, at what time local time will it land?

    1. 10am 
  18. PICTURES – AWARDS
    It is award season right now. Identify the events that all of these awards are given out (They are not all for Entertainment)

    1. a) Olympic Games b) Golden Globes c) Academy Awards d) MTV Movie Awards
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)
       
  19. LANDMARKS
    In the left hand of the Statue of Liberty there is a tablet held. What date is inscribed on the tablet?

    1. July 4th, 1776
      ( ½ point for the correct year or date and a full point for the full date)
  1. HISTORY
    The Civil War in Yugoslavia was brought to an end officially at the Dayton Accords of 1995 which led to the break-up of the country. How many modern day countries were created by the split up of Yugoslavia?
    ** A country is defined as one that has been officially recognised by the United Nations

    1. Six 
      ( Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia)
      ** Kosovo, though recognised by many UN countries, it is not recognised as yet by the U.N. itself.
  2. MUSIC
    In which French house music hit song from 1997 is the song title repeated 144 times?

    1. Around the World (Daft Punk) 
  3. PICTURES – RUSSIAN/SOVIET LEADERS
    Name these four Soviet or Russian leaders and name the year where they first came to power.

    1. a/b) Vladimir Putin – 2000 c/d) Josef Stalin – 1924 e/f) Mikhail Gorbachev – 1985
      ( ½ point for each correct answer)