Sunday Super Quiz on May 12, 2024

Questions about Pluto, Andrés Segovia, hexagons, Gorgonzola, and much more ...

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When is Christ's ascension celebrated?

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What was the name of the first dog in space?

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Which country has this flag?

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From which part of the world does the spirit Pisco originate?


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What kind of leaf is this?

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What was Arthur Conan Doyle's first literary work in which Sherlock Holmes appeared?

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Who is he?

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What is the name of this pop group?

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What is the name of Dorothy's dog in The Wizard of Oz?

Wizard of Oz

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How far is it from the penalty point to the goal line in a football (soccer) goal?

Thomas Ravelli

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Where is the building in the picture?

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In which country did the first human-crewed flight with a hot air balloon occur?

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What is the first stroke in a medley team swimming race?

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What title has this man?

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What is the cheese Gorgonzola named after?

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As of 2006, Pluto is no longer called a planet but is classified as:

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What musical instrument is Andrés Segovia associated with?

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Who in the bible is said to have lived for 969 years?

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Which film won best film at the 2022 Oscars?

The Oscars - Best Picture Awards

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How many sides does a hexagon have?


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The Sunday Challenge May 12, 2024

The Sunday quiz from May 12 has questions about Pluto, Andrés Segovia, hexagons, the cheese Gorgonzola, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s first literary work, and much more.

The Sunday quiz is a general knowledge quiz on various topics, updated weekly.

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