Monday, November 12, 2012

Trivia - A Google a Day LII

What autonomous nation, set between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans is located within the Kingdom of Denmark?

In the last phase of Shakespeare's writing life, he wrote romances. What is another term for these works?

The site of the Holy See is today the capital of what European nation?

What historic landmark would you find at 520 Chestnut Street in the city that was founded by William Penn on October 27, 1682?
Independence Hall

What was the military rank of the owner of the bull terrier, William The Conqueror, purchased on the 4th of March, 1944 and called "Willie"?

What did the creators of the Famicom sell before gaming systems?
Hanafuda Cards

Apart from Sir Nick Faldo, who is the only other captain of a Ryder Cup team to have been knighted by the Queen of England?
Henry Cotton

Who celebrated his 24th birthday the day after a film in which he starred premiered at London's Pavilion Theatre July 6, 1964?
Ringo Starr

Which former NBA star has a song named for him on the album voted #5 in the Onion AV Club's review of 2007?
Detlef Shrempf

What play did Henry Rathbone and his fiancee plan to see on the evening of Good Friday in 1865?
Our American Cousin

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