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Question for Jan 1: What is the LAST populated place to welcome the New
Answer: US Minor Outlying Islands, including Midway and Wake
Question for Jan 2: What is the main river through the city of Bordeaux?
Answer: The Garonne River
Question for Jan 3: For which year's World's Fair was the Eiffel Tower
Question for Jan 4: How many Departements does France have?
Answer: 96 domestic and 5 overseas departments
Question for Jan 5: What is the French president's official residence?
Answer: The Elysee Palace
Question for Jan 6: What is the French Riviera called in France?
Answer: La Cote D'Azur
Question for Jan 7: Which French kind was executed in the French Revolution?
Answer: Louis XVI
Question for Jan 8: What is France's highest point?
Answer: Mont Blanc
Question for Jan 9: Where is Napoleon Bonaparte buried?
Answer: Hotel des Invalides, Paris
Question for Jan 10: France has the tallest bridge in the world. Where is it?
Answer: The Millau Viaduct, near Millau, in Aveyron.
Question for Jan 11: Which French king was known as Le Roi-Soleil, the Sun
Answer: Louis XIV
Question for Jan 12: The 2CV is an iconic small French car; what does the
Answer: Deux Chevaux; i.e., two horsepower
Question for Jan 13: In its own language, what country is called Cymru?
Question for Jan 14: In its own language, what country is called Crna
Question for Jan 15: In its own language, what country is called Lietuva?
Question for Jan 16: In its own language, what country is called Island?
Question for Jan 17: What are Italy's three active volcanoes?
Answer: Vesuvius, Etna, and Stromboli
Question for Jan 18: In Rome one sees SPQR on many buildings. Meaning?
Answer: Senate and People of Rome
Question for Jan 19: The word TRIVIA is an italian word; meaning?
Answer: Plural of TRIVIUM, an unimportant place where 3 roads meet.
Question for Jan 20: Which 2 countries are entirely surrounded by Italy?
Answer: Vatican and San Marino
Question for Jan 21: In its own language, what place is called Shqiperia?
Question for Jan 22: What fraction of worldwide cork is produced in
Answer: About one half
Question for Jan 23: If California were a country, where would it be in the
list of countries by population?
Answer: #36, after Uganda
Question for Jan 24: What is Mexico's official name?
Answer: Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Question for Jan 25: How many states make up the Mexican Federation?
Answer: 31 states plus Mexico City (Mexico DF)
Question for Jan 26: Which is larger, Texas or Mexico?
Answer: Mexico is almost 3 times the size of Texas
Question for Jan 27: How big is the Mexican tamale called the Zacahuil?
Answer: The Zacahuit tamale can be 3 feet long and weigh up to 150 pounds
Question for Jan 28: The University of Mexico was established how many years
Answer: The University of Mexico is 85 years older than Harvard (1551, 1636)
Question for Jan 29: What dog is named after a Mexican state?
Question for Jan 30: What 4 citites have higher population than Mexico City?
Answer: Tokyo, NYC, Sao Paulo, Seoul
Question for Jan 31: Mariachis usually play with at least one Vihuela. What
Answer: A guitar-like string instrument with 5 or 6 doubled strings
Question for Feb 1: If Francophone nations speak French, what about
Question for Feb 2: Portugal boasts the world's longest bridge. Where is
Answer: The Vasco da Gama Bridge over the Tagus in Lisbon
Question for Feb 3: What is Brazil's highest mountain?
Answer: Pico de Neblina (Mist Peak) 2995.3 M
Question for Feb 4: Where does Brazil rank in coffee exports?
Answer: Brazil is #1 in the world in coffee exports
Question for Feb 5: The Sao Paulo traffic jam of 15 November 2013 was how
Answer: The infamous Sao Paulo traffic jam was 309 KM (192 miles) long
Question for Feb 6: What is a rain shadow?
Answer: The dry area on the lee side of a mountain range.
Question for Feb 7: What is the length of the equator?
Answer: About 24,874 miles, 40,030 km.
Question for Feb 8: What is Earth's circumference pole-to-pole?
Answer: ABout 24,860 miles, 40,008 km
Question for Feb 9: What Southern Hemisphere country has the largest
Question for Feb 10: In its own language, what country is Eesti?
Question for Feb 11: Which ONE country produces the most barley, buckwheat,
Question for Feb 12: What country produces the most corn?
Answer: The United States
Question for Feb 13: What country produces the most green beans and
Question for Feb 14: What country produces the most yams?
Question for Feb 15: What country is the world's largest producer of
Question for Feb 16: What is unique about the flag of Nepal?
Answer: It's the only national flag that is not 4-sided
Question for Feb 17: What country produces the most peaches and apples?
Question for Feb 18: Feb 18: Milk, tea, coffee, wine, beer â€“ which countries
produce the most of each?
Answer: Milk-India; Tea-China; Coffee-Brazil; Wine-France; Beer-China
Question for Feb 19: What country produces the most cocoa?
Answer: Cote D'Ivoire
Question for Feb 20: What 2 countries are top producers of Uranium?
Answer: Kazakhstan and Canada
Question for Feb 21: What one country produces the most Aluminum, Gold, Tin,
Question for Feb 22: In Nepal, Mt Everest is called Sagarmatha; what does
Answer: Forehead in the sky
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