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Triviana Quiz 50

Have a wee go at another 10. Remember the pictures. Good Luck! 10 Questions.

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Question 1 Photo

Taken from the 1964 musical "My Fair Lady", the song "On The Street Where You Live" is sung when Freddy is outside the house of Professor Higgins. What actual street in London is this?

  • Wardour St
  • Harley Street Gardens
  • Beaufort Terrace
  • Wimpole St

Question 2 Photo

The Greek goddess Athena blinded whom after he had seen her naked after taking a bath and was then given the gift to foresee the future by her?

  • Pewtricolus
  • Tiresias
  • Lurcio
  • Mystic Meg

Question 3 Photo

In Jonathan Swift’s "Gulliver's Travels" first published in 1726, what type of creatures were "The Houyhnhnms?"

  • Miniature wolves
  • Ogres
  • A race of intelligent horses
  • Giant Eagles

Question 4 Photo

Which Native American tribe were forced by the U.S. Govt. from their reservations and subjected to undertake the long march which they named "The Trail of Tears?"

  • Cherokee Nation
  • Lakota Sioux Nation
  • Apache Nation
  • Mohawk Tribe

Question 5 Photo

Which celebrity has an animal that goes by the Latin name of "Sylvilagus palustris hefneri" named after him?

  • Hugh Grant
  • Richard Adams
  • Hugh Hefner
  • Richard E Grant

Question 6 Photo

Buried in St Aidan's churchyard, Bamburgh, which English lighthouse keeper's daughter is renowned for her part in the rescue of survivors from the shipwrecked "Forfarshire" in 1838?

  • Emma Edison
  • Grace Darling
  • Anna Livingstone
  • Amy Cooper

Question 7 Photo

What was the original name of the 'Mary Celeste" when she was launched in 1861?

  • Dorito
  • Collingwood
  • Raliegh
  • Amazon

Question 8 Photo

What is the diameter of good 'ole planet Earth at the Equator?

  • 8,000 miles (approx)
  • 25,000 miles (approx)
  • 16,000 miles (approx)
  • 48,000 miles (approx)

Question 9 Photo

What is the maximum number of cards that could be played in one hand of Blackjack/Pontoon without busting?

  • Fourteen
  • Eleven
  • Nine
  • Twelve


What is Australian rowing champion Bobby Pearce best remembered for at the1928 Amsterdam Olympics?

  • Drilling holes in opponents boats before the race
  • He only had one arm
  • Stopping to let a family of ducks swim across his lane and still winning
  • He was blind