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Walls

"Once you've seen one wall, you've seen 'em all" 10 Questions.

 
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The city of Jerusalem has a very famous wall and is a most sacred site for followers of Judaism. What is it known as?

  • Whining Wall
  • Whingeing Wall
  • Wailing Wall

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Can you identify the wall from the picture shown?

  • Agrippa's Wall
  • Hadrian's Wall
  • Kevin's Wall

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November 9th 1989 will forever be synonymous with what event?

  • The first showing of U.S. TV's "Friends"
  • The fall of the Berlin Wall
  • Poland's Walter Syzmarcyk won the Pole Vault

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The Roman Army actually built a second wall across Britain called the Antonine Wall. Where did this 39 mile long wall run between?

  • The Firth of Clyde to the Firth of Forth.
  • Nottingham to Grimsby
  • Norwich to Colchester

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The 68 mile long Hadrian's Wall took roughly how long to build?

  • 6 months
  • 6 years
  • 23 years

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Which European city was given the accolade of being the most impressive walled city in the world?

  • Toledo
  • Carcassonne
  • Dubrovnik

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Including sections of trenches and natural barriers such as rivers and hills, how long is the Great Wall of China?

  • 3500 miles
  • 4500 miles
  • 5500 miles

8

Which statement below best applies to the popular notion that the Great Wall of China is visible from the moon?

  • Yes, on a clear day, you can even see rickshaws.
  • Not visible - even shuttle astronauts couldn't see it
  • It's a straight Yes or No - don't click this one!

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Back in 1978, which English football league club were touring China when one of the squad famously turned down a trip to the Great Wall, saying "once you've seen one wall, you've seen 'em all!"

  • Crewe Alexandra
  • West Brom
  • Ipswich Town

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Go into the countryside in the UK and you will see these walls but what is their correct name?

  • Dry Scone Walls
  • Flat-lat walls
  • Dry Stone Walls

 

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