My debut here

Hey guys, these are some selected questions from a travel and living quiz i had done on the 19th December for kutub quizzers. Hope you like it, answers in a week’s time.

Which Munich landmark is named after a column that was built there to celebrate the end of the 30 years war and the Swedish occupation? (visual)

vis 1

there is a monument in the central square of Paris, the square is also called la Concordia, the monument is opposite the Madeleine church and is surrounded by the statues representing the French provinces, either tell me, the original name for the monument, or what do the French call it? Visual 2
Visual 2
Though now completely associated with Germany, this bread pastry of Medieval European origin (some accounts say Italian or French) that has the shape of a three looped knot or twisted braid. They are either soft or hard. They have evolved into a variety of shapes from knotted loops to straight (called Salzstangen in German, Ropi in Hungaria. What?
Visual 3
Visual 4

This Parisian tourist attraction is the home of Bistros and Cafes and is popular with tourists and students alike. Also the home of the Roman bath in Paris, this takes its name from a vocal practice during the medieval times. What?

The Royal Jordanian has attributed a 62% increase in traffic over the last few years they attribute this to what?

This book’s cover spoofs Milk cartons in the US, wherein announcements are made about people who are lost or missing. Which Bill Bryson book deals with travel in small town America?

What province of Canada shares its name with a breed of dog, and is separated from the mainland by the strait of Belle Isle?

Which autonomous region was originally titled Neuva Andalucia, and has been under the governance of Spain, England and presently under a third monarchy?

The work was attacked with a bread knife by an unemployed school teacher, Wilhelmus de Rijk, in 1975, resulting in a large zig-zag of slashes. It was successfully restored but some evidence of the damage is still observable close-up. De Rijk committed suicide in April 1976. Which work?

Bolivia has a small navy used to guard the islands of sun and moon. Where are these two islands located?

Taking its name from the German Austrian word for cutlet, which Viennese delicacy is usually served with lemon slice and lingonberry jam. What?
In india, this culinary item is usually served as Israeli cuisine.

Visual 5

What Slovenian artistes, in a rather vague sense of the word perform at the Spanish Horfreitschule?

Though it looks a lot like the LGBT flag, this is a flag representing the various regions of an empire which ruled this country for a few centuries?
visual 6

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3 Responses to My debut here

  1. Gandhi Abhinav says:

    It seems the NatGeo trip had a Heavy influence on the QM eh ?:)
    Googled most of them 🙂
    Q.Taking its name from the German Austrian word for cutlet, which Viennese delicacy is usually served with lemon slice and lingonberry jam. What?
    In india, this culinary item is usually served as Israeli cuisine.
    A.Wiener Schnitzel

    Q.What Slovenian artistes, in a rather vague sense of the word perform at the Spanish Horfreitschule?
    A.dressage or do they breed Lippizan horses?

    Q.Bolivia has a small navy used to guard the islands of sun and moon. Where are these two islands located?
    A. lake Titicaca

    Q. Rainbow flag
    A.A flag with a seven-striped rainbow design is used in Peru and Ecuador to represent Tawantin Suyu, or Inca territory. The use of the flag has its origin in Inca culture and it is called wiphala.

    Q.The work was attacked with a bread knife by an unemployed school teacher, Wilhelmus de Rijk, in 1975, resulting in a large zig-zag of slashes. It was successfully restored but some evidence of the damage is still observable close-up. De Rijk committed suicide in April 1976. Which work?
    Night Watch : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Watch_%28painting%29#Acts_of_vandalism

    Q.Which autonomous region was originally titled Neuva Andalucia, and has been under the governance of Spain, England and presently under a third monarchy?
    a.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Andalusia

    Q.What province of Canada shares its name with a breed of dog, and is separated from the mainland by the strait of Belle Isle?
    A. Aha , Labrador.

    Q.This Parisian tourist attraction is the home of Bistros and Cafes and is popular with tourists and students alike. Also the home of the Roman bath in Paris, this takes its name from a vocal practice during the medieval times. What?

    Q.The Royal Jordanian has attributed a 62% increase in traffic over the last few years they attribute this to what?
    A. Arabian Horse??

    Q.Though now completely associated with Germany, this bread pastry of Medieval European origin (some accounts say Italian or French) that has the shape of a three looped knot or twisted braid. They are either soft or hard. They have evolved into a variety of shapes from knotted loops to straight (called Salzstangen in German, Ropi in Hungaria. What?
    A. Fundoo question, Pretzel.

    Q. visual 2
    A.Place Vendôme

    Q. Visual 1
    A.The Mariensäule
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marienplatz

    Q.Book by Bill bryson
    A.The Lost Continent: Travels in Small-Town America

    Kudos for such an enriching quiz

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