Total Question : 264
Who was the Roman goddess of love - equivalent to the Greek goddess Aphrodite?
Answer : Venus
Who was the first recorded European to reach the east coast of Australia?
Answer : Captain James Cook
What is the capital of Bulgaria?
Answer : Sofia
Who is the top goal scorer for the Polish national team?
Answer : Robert Lewandowski
In what year was Google launched on the web?
Answer : 1998
In what year did the Battle of Hastings take place?
Answer : 1066
Keith Richards was the lead guitarist of which band?
Answer : The Rolling Stones
How many bronze lions are there at the foot of Nelson`s Column in London?
Answer : 4
Who was the first English manager to win Premier League Manager of the Year award?
Answer : Harry Redknapp
What was the name of the first album Adele released?
Answer : Hometown Glory
What mechanical device allows the wheels of a vehicle to turn at different speeds when cornering?
Answer : Differential
What do the Japanese people call their own country?
Answer : Nippon
Someone who is described as an oenophile is a connoisseur of what?
Answer : Wine
The annual rock festival at Roskilde is held in which country?
Answer : Denmark
Which of these is a form of textile art, woven on a vertical loom?
Answer : Tapestry
To the nearest thousand, how many hairs are there on a typical human head?
Answer : 10 000
What nuts are used to make marzipan?
Answer : Almonds
Which actor is the voice of Homer Simpsons brother Herb?
Answer : Danny Devito
What is the lightest existing metal?
Answer : Aluminium
In which country is the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis?
Answer : Scotland