General Knowledge Quiz #466

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  1. Which major chess title has only been held by around 2000 people in history?
  2. In 1949, Soviet Union and several other Eastern Bloc states signed a defensive pact in which European city?
  3. Which singer is the subject of the 2005 movie Walk The Line?
  4. What is the second book of the Bible?
  5. Which 'N' word is the opposite of 'zenith'?
  6. In which northern Italian city is Romeo and Juliet set?
  7. Who are the best-selling Swedish musical act of all time?
  8. On which island is the Hawaiian state capital of Honolulu situation?
  9. Which particle in an atom is negatively charged?
  10. Where does a troglodyte live?
  11. Which city straddles the confluence of the Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara and the Golden Horn?
  12. Which instrument did Antonio Stradivari produce?
  13. The Marquess of Queensbury Rules are a code of conduct in which sport?
  14. What first name is shared by MCU actors Hemsworth, Evans and Pratt?
  15. Which element has the chemical symbol Pb?
  16. Which literary character is also, by birth, Viscount Greystoke?
  17. The islands of The Azores and Madeira are part of which country?
  18. The three branches of the US government are executive, judicial and what?
  19. Which Siberian lake is, at 1642m, the deepest in the world?
  20. Which English word is derived from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet?

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  1. Which major chess title has only been held by around 2000 people in history?
    Grand Master
  2. In 1949, Soviet Union and several other Eastern Bloc states signed a defensive pact in which European city?
    Warsaw
  3. Which singer is the subject of the 2005 movie Walk The Line?
    Johnny Cash
  4. What is the second book of the Bible?
    Exodus
  5. Which 'N' word is the opposite of 'zenith'?
    Nadir
  6. In which northern Italian city is Romeo and Juliet set?
    Verona
  7. Who are the best-selling Swedish musical act of all time?
    ABBA
  8. On which island is the Hawaiian state capital of Honolulu situation?
    Oahu
  9. Which particle in an atom is negatively charged?
    Electron
  10. Where does a troglodyte live?
    Cave
  11. Which city straddles the confluence of the Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara and the Golden Horn?
    Istanbul
  12. Which instrument did Antonio Stradivari produce?
    Violin
  13. The Marquess of Queensbury Rules are a code of conduct in which sport?
    Boxing
  14. What first name is shared by MCU actors Hemsworth, Evans and Pratt?
    Chris
  15. Which element has the chemical symbol Pb?
    Lead
  16. Which literary character is also, by birth, Viscount Greystoke?
    Tarzan
  17. The islands of The Azores and Madeira are part of which country?
    Portugal
  18. The three branches of the US government are executive, judicial and what?
    Legislative
  19. Which Siberian lake is, at 1642m, the deepest in the world?
    Baikal
  20. Which English word is derived from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet?
    Alphabet
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