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      1. The pyramids of
        1. The correct answer is Giza.

      2. In which of these would you need to pay for dinner using francs?
        1. France
        2. Mali
        3. Quebec
        4. Seychelles
        1. The CFA franc, that is. France now uses the euro. Seychelles uses the rupee despite its French sounding name. Quebec uses the Canadian dollar, lol.
      3. Where is this photo taken?
        1. Niagara Falls
        2. Angel Falls
        3. Victoria Falls
        4. Tugela Falls
        5. Yosemite Falls
      4. Are there any black sand beaches in Fiji?
        1. No
        2. Yes
        3. There are no black sand beach anywhere
        1. Though the predominant number of beaches are white (due to fringing coral reefs), the islands are of volcanic origin and some black sand beaches can be found where there is an absence of fringing reef.

      5. What is the money of Bolivia called?
        1. Its called 'Boliviano'.

      6. How many countries make up the Island of Ireland
        1. 1
        2. 2
        3. 3
        4. 4
        5. 5
        1. The name Ireland can refer to two things, geographical and political. Geographically, it refers to the island of Ireland; politically, it refers to all of that island except the far northeast; this part is officially called the Republic of Ireland, while the latter part is called Northern Ireland (or alternatively, Ulster) and is part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland.

          Historical note: All of Ireland became part of Great Britain in 1801; the country was then officially known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Ireland. In 1921 the Protestant portion of Ireland became Northern Ireland, while the rest of the island became a self-governing country called the Irish Free State; this became the independent Republic of Ireland in 1949.

      7. Are New Zealanders well educated?
        1. YES
        2. NO
        1. Children in New Zealand's secondary schools spend more time than the OECD average learning mathematics, science, technology and physical education. They spend less time learning foreign languages, arts and religion than children in other countries. [link:,name:Source] >>> Add you own experience -- Click Add a Question & share the fun!

      8. Peru borders the ocean for how many miles?
        1. 2000
        2. 500
        3. 1500
        4. 1000
        1. Peru, in western South America, extends for nearly 1,500 mi (2,414 km) along the Pacific Ocean. Colombia and Ecuador are to the north, Brazil and Bolivia to the east, and Chile to the south. Five-sixths the size of Alaska, Peru is divided by the Andes Mountains into three sharply differentiated zones. To the west is the coastline, much of it arid, extending 50 to 100 mi (80 to 160 km) inland. The mountain area, with peaks over 20,000 ft (6,096 m), lofty plateaus, and deep valleys, lies centrally. Beyond the mountains to the east is the heavily forested slope leading to the Amazonian plains.

      9. What is the Capital of Puerto Rico?
        1. Dorado
        2. Santo Domingo
        3. San Salvador
        4. San Juan
        5. Puerto Principe
      10. Which one is the world's tallest bridge?
        1. Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, 1998, Kobe, Japan
        2. Royal Gorge Bridge, 1929, Colorado, USA
        3. Millau Viaduct, 2004, Millau, France
        4. New River Gorge Bridge, 1977, W. Va, USA
        5. Golden Gate Bridge, 1937, San Francisco, USA
        1. The Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction near Ca&ntilde;on City, Colorado, within a 360 acre (1.5 km&sup2;) theme park, hanging 1,053 feet (321 m) above the Arkansas River and billed as the highest suspension bridge in the world.
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