Master Your Knowledge: 500 Captivating General Knowledge Questions and Answers

Introduction:

Embark on a journey of intellectual exploration with our extensive compilation of 400 intriguing general knowledge questions and answers. Designed to enhance your understanding of the world, these questions span diverse topics, from history and literature to science and geography. Challenge yourself, or engage in friendly quizzes with friends, as you delve into a treasure trove of fascinating information. Let the quest for knowledge begin!

  1. Who is the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?
    • Answer: Harper Lee
  2. Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?
    • Answer: Mars
  3. In what year did World War II end?
    • Answer: 1945
  4. What is the capital city of Japan?
    • Answer: Tokyo
  5. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
    • Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  6. What is the largest mammal in the world?
    • Answer: Blue Whale
  7. Which element has the chemical symbol “O”?
    • Answer: Oxygen
  8. What is the currency of Germany?
    • Answer: Euro
  9. Who wrote “Romeo and Juliet”?
    • Answer: William Shakespeare
  10. What is the longest river in the world?
    • Answer: Amazon River
  11. Which gas makes up the majority of Earth’s atmosphere?
    • Answer: Nitrogen
  12. What is the largest ocean on Earth?
    • Answer: Pacific Ocean
  13. Who is known as the “Father of Computer Science”?
    • Answer: Alan Turing
  14. Which country is known as the Land of the Rising Sun?
    • Answer: Japan
  15. What is the currency of China?
    • Answer: Renminbi (Yuan)
  16. Who wrote the play “Hamlet”?
    • Answer: William Shakespeare
  17. What is the capital city of Australia?
    • Answer: Canberra
  18. In which year did Christopher Columbus reach the Americas?
    • Answer: 1492
  19. What is the smallest prime number?
    • Answer: 2
  20. Who discovered penicillin?
    • Answer: Alexander Fleming
  21. What is the capital city of Brazil?
    • Answer: Brasília
  22. Who is the author of “Pride and Prejudice”?
    • Answer: Jane Austen
  23. What is the world’s largest desert by area?
    • Answer: Antarctica
  24. Who is known as the “Father of the Indian Nation”?
    • Answer: Mahatma Gandhi
  25. What is the chemical symbol for gold?
    • Answer: Au
  26. In which year did the Titanic sink?
    • Answer: 1912
  27. What is the currency of Russia?
    • Answer: Russian Ruble
  28. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
    • Answer: Marie Curie
  29. What is the official language of Japan?
    • Answer: Japanese
  30. What is the speed of light in a vacuum?
    • Answer: Approximately 299,792 kilometers per second (km/s)
  31. What is the capital city of Turkey?
    • Answer: Ankara
  32. Who discovered the law of gravity?
    • Answer: Sir Isaac Newton
  33. Which gas do plants absorb during photosynthesis?
    • Answer: Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  34. Who wrote the famous play “The Importance of Being Earnest”?
    • Answer: Oscar Wilde
  35. What is the world’s largest ocean mammal?
    • Answer: Blue Whale
  36. Which element has the chemical symbol “Hg”?
    • Answer: Mercury
  37. Who is the author of “1984”?
    • Answer: George Orwell
  38. What is the capital city of New Zealand?
    • Answer: Wellington
  39. Which country is known as the “Land of the Rising Sun”?
    • Answer: Japan
  40. What is the main component of Earth’s atmosphere?
    • Answer: Nitrogen
  41. What is the currency of South Korea?
    • Answer: South Korean Won
  42. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory,” featuring melting clocks?
    • Answer: Salvador Dalí
  43. In which year did World War I begin?
    • Answer: 1914
  44. What is the largest moon of Jupiter?
    • Answer: Ganymede
  45. Who is the current President of France?
    • Answer: Emmanuel Macron
  46. What is the capital city of Argentina?
    • Answer: Buenos Aires
  47. Which element has the chemical symbol “Fe”?
    • Answer: Iron
  48. Who wrote “The Catcher in the Rye”?
    • Answer: J.D. Salinger
  49. Which ocean is the largest by surface area?
    • Answer: Pacific Ocean
  50. In which year did the United States declare its independence from Great Britain?
    • Answer: 1776
  51. What is the capital city of Spain?
    • Answer: Madrid
  52. Who wrote the famous novel “War and Peace”?
    • Answer: Leo Tolstoy
  53. In which year did the Chernobyl nuclear disaster occur?
    • Answer: 1986
  54. What is the largest planet in our solar system?
    • Answer: Jupiter
  55. Who is the current President of the United States? (As of my last knowledge update in January 2022)
    • Answer: Joe Biden
  56. What is the capital city of Egypt?
    • Answer: Cairo
  57. Which element has the chemical symbol “Si”?
    • Answer: Silicon
  58. Who wrote “The Grapes of Wrath”?
    • Answer: John Steinbeck
  59. What is the official language of Brazil?
    • Answer: Portuguese
  60. In which year did the French Revolution begin?
    • Answer: 1789
  61. What is the currency of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Swiss Franc
  62. Who wrote “The Canterbury Tales”?
    • Answer: Geoffrey Chaucer
  63. In which year did the first manned moon landing take place?
    • Answer: 1969
  64. What is the currency of Japan?
    • Answer: Japanese Yen
  65. Who is known as the “Iron Lady” for her leadership of the United Kingdom in the 1980s?
    • Answer: Margaret Thatcher
  66. What is the chemical symbol for potassium?
    • Answer: K
  67. In which country is Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, located?
    • Answer: Nepal (along the border with China/Tibet)
  68. Who wrote “The Odyssey”?
    • Answer: Homer
  69. What is the capital city of South Korea?
    • Answer: Seoul
  70. Which element has the chemical symbol “Cu”?
    • Answer: Copper
  71. What is the capital city of Canada?
    • Answer: Ottawa
  72. Who painted the famous mural on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City?
    • Answer: Michelangelo
  73. In which year did the European Union (EU) adopt the euro as its official currency?
    • Answer: 1999
  74. What is the largest planet in our solar system by volume?
    • Answer: Jupiter
  75. Who is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
    • Answer: Boris Johnson
  76. What is the capital city of Thailand?
    • Answer: Bangkok
  77. Which famous scientist developed the theory of relativity?
    • Answer: Albert Einstein
  78. In which country is the Great Barrier Reef located?
    • Answer: Australia
  79. Which element has the chemical symbol “Na”?
    • Answer: Sodium
  80. Who wrote “One Hundred Years of Solitude”?
    • Answer: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  81. What is the capital city of South Africa?
    • Answer: Pretoria (administrative), Cape Town (legislative), Bloemfontein (judicial)
  82. Who wrote “The Great Gatsby”?
    • Answer: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  83. What is the currency of South Africa?
    • Answer: South African Rand
  84. Who wrote “The Diary of a Young Girl,” documenting her experiences during the Holocaust?
    • Answer: Anne Frank
  85. Which planet is known as the “Morning Star” and “Evening Star”?
    • Answer: Venus
  86. Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada?
    • Answer: Justin Trudeau
  87. In which year did the Berlin Wall fall, leading to the reunification of Germany?
    • Answer: 1989
  88. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
    • Answer: Ag
  89. Who painted “Starry Night”?
    • Answer: Vincent van Gogh
  90. What is the capital city of South Korea?
    • Answer: Seoul
  91. What is the currency of Sweden?
    • Answer: Swedish Krona
  92. Who wrote “The Iliad”?
    • Answer: Homer
  93. In which year did the Russian Revolution take place?
    • Answer: 1917
  94. Which gas do humans exhale when they breathe?
    • Answer: Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  95. What is the capital city of Mexico?
    • Answer: Mexico City
  96. Who is the current Chancellor of Germany?
    • Answer: Olaf Scholz
  97. In which year did the Industrial Revolution begin?
    • Answer: 18th century (commonly associated with the late 1700s)
  98. What is the largest desert in the world by area?
    • Answer: Antarctica (Cold Desert)
  99. Who wrote “The Old Man and the Sea”?
    • Answer: Ernest Hemingway
  100. What is the capital city of India? – Answer: New Delhi
  101. Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada?
    • Answer: Justin Trudeau
  102. What is the largest planet in our solar system?
    • Answer: Jupiter
  103. Who painted the famous artwork “Starry Night”?
    • Answer: Vincent van Gogh
  104. In which year did the American Civil War end?
    • Answer: 1865
  105. What is the currency of Australia?
    • Answer: Australian Dollar
  106. Who wrote the novel “1984”?
    • Answer: George Orwell
  107. What is the capital city of South Africa?
    • Answer: Pretoria (administrative), Cape Town (legislative), Bloemfontein (judicial)
  108. Who is the author of the play “Romeo and Juliet”?
    • Answer: William Shakespeare
  109. In which year did the European Union (EU) come into existence?
    • Answer: 1993
  110. What is the chemical symbol for gold?
    • Answer: Au
  111. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize?
    • Answer: Marie Curie
  112. What is the capital city of Argentina?
    • Answer: Buenos Aires
  113. Which gas is most abundant in Earth’s atmosphere?
    • Answer: Nitrogen
  114. Who wrote “The Great Gatsby”?
    • Answer: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  115. In which country is Mount Kilimanjaro located?
    • Answer: Tanzania
  116. What is the currency of China?
    • Answer: Renminbi (Yuan)
  117. Who is known as the “Father of Modern Physics”?
    • Answer: Albert Einstein
  118. What is the largest ocean on Earth?
    • Answer: Pacific Ocean
  119. Who discovered penicillin?
    • Answer: Alexander Fleming
  120. In which year did the Titanic sink?
    • Answer: 1912
  121. What is the capital city of Brazil?
    • Answer: Brasília
  122. Who wrote “Pride and Prejudice”?
    • Answer: Jane Austen
  123. In which year did the Berlin Wall fall?
    • Answer: 1989
  124. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
    • Answer: Ag
  125. Who is the current President of France?
    • Answer: Emmanuel Macron
  126. What is the capital city of Australia?
    • Answer: Canberra
  127. Who is known as the “Father of Computer Science”?
    • Answer: Alan Turing
  128. What is the world’s largest desert by area?
    • Answer: Antarctica
  129. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
    • Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  130. What is the currency of Germany?
    • Answer: Euro
  131. Who wrote “The Catcher in the Rye”?
    • Answer: J.D. Salinger
  132. What is the capital city of Japan?
    • Answer: Tokyo
  133. In which year did World War I begin?
    • Answer: 1914
  134. Which planet is known as the “Red Planet”?
    • Answer: Mars
  135. What is the chemical symbol for oxygen?
    • Answer: O
  136. Who wrote “The Old Man and the Sea”?
    • Answer: Ernest Hemingway
  137. In which country is the Great Barrier Reef located?
    • Answer: Australia
  138. Who is the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom?
    • Answer: Boris Johnson
  139. What is the capital city of China?
    • Answer: Beijing
  140. Which element has the chemical symbol “Fe”?
    • Answer: Iron
  141. Who wrote “One Hundred Years of Solitude”?
    • Answer: Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  142. What is the capital city of South Korea?
    • Answer: Seoul
  143. What is the largest moon of Jupiter?
    • Answer: Ganymede
  144. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory”?
    • Answer: Salvador Dalí
  145. In which year did the Russian Revolution take place?
    • Answer: 1917
  146. What is the currency of South Korea?
    • Answer: South Korean Won
  147. Who is the author of “The Odyssey”?
    • Answer: Homer
  148. What is the capital city of Mexico?
    • Answer: Mexico City
  149. Which element has the chemical symbol “Na”?
    • Answer: Sodium
  150. What is the currency of Russia?
    • Answer: Russian Ruble
  151. Who wrote “The Canterbury Tales”?
    • Answer: Geoffrey Chaucer
  152. What is the capital city of Spain?
    • Answer: Madrid
  153. In which year did the first manned moon landing take place?
    • Answer: 1969
  154. What is the currency of Japan?
    • Answer: Japanese Yen
  155. Who is known as the “Iron Lady” for her leadership of the United Kingdom in the 1980s?
    • Answer: Margaret Thatcher
  156. What is the chemical symbol for potassium?
    • Answer: K
  157. In which year did World War II begin?
    • Answer: 1939
  158. Who wrote “The Iliad”?
    • Answer: Homer
  159. What is the capital city of Turkey?
    • Answer: Ankara
  160. Which gas do plants release during photosynthesis?
    • Answer: Oxygen
  161. Who discovered the law of gravity?
    • Answer: Sir Isaac Newton
  162. In which year did the Chernobyl nuclear disaster occur?
    • Answer: 1986
  163. What is the largest planet in our solar system by volume?
    • Answer: Jupiter
  164. Who is the current President of the United States?
    • Answer: Joe Biden
  165. What is the capital city of Egypt?
    • Answer: Cairo
  166. Which element has the chemical symbol “Si”?
    • Answer: Silicon
  167. Who wrote “The Grapes of Wrath”?
    • Answer: John Steinbeck
  168. What is the official language of Brazil?
    • Answer: Portuguese
  169. In which year did the French Revolution begin?
    • Answer: 1789
  170. What is the currency of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Swiss Franc
  171. Who wrote “The Great Gatsby”?
    • Answer: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  172. What is the capital city of New Zealand?
    • Answer: Wellington
  173. Which country is known as the “Land of the Rising Sun”?
    • Answer: Japan
  174. What is the main component of Earth’s atmosphere?
    • Answer: Nitrogen
  175. What is the official language of Japan?
    • Answer: Japanese
  176. Who is the current Chancellor of Germany?
    • Answer: Olaf Scholz
  177. In which year did the American Revolution begin?
    • Answer: 1775
  178. What is the currency of Sweden?
    • Answer: Swedish Krona
  179. Who wrote “The Diary of a Young Girl,” documenting her experiences during the Holocaust?
    • Answer: Anne Frank
  180. Which ocean is the largest by surface area?
    • Answer: Pacific Ocean
  181. Who painted “The Night Watch”?
    • Answer: Rembrandt
  182. What is the capital city of India?
    • Answer: New Delhi
  183. What is the chemical symbol for helium?
    • Answer: He
  184. Who wrote “A Tale of Two Cities”?
    • Answer: Charles Dickens
  185. In which country is Machu Picchu located?
    • Answer: Peru
  186. What is the capital city of Saudi Arabia?
    • Answer: Riyadh
  187. Who discovered electricity?
    • Answer: Benjamin Franklin
  188. What is the currency of South Africa?
    • Answer: South African Rand
  189. Who is the author of “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”?
    • Answer: Douglas Adams
  190. In which year did the Industrial Revolution begin?
    • Answer: 18th century (commonly associated with the late 1700s)
  191. What is the capital city of France?
    • Answer: Paris
  192. Who is the current Prime Minister of Australia?
    • Answer: Scott Morrison
  193. In which year did the first manned spaceflight occur?
    • Answer: 1961
  194. What is the currency of India?
    • Answer: Indian Rupee
  195. Who wrote “The Picture of Dorian Gray”?
    • Answer: Oscar Wilde
  196. In which country is Petra, the ancient city famous for its rock-cut architecture, located?
    • Answer: Jordan
  197. What is the capital city of Russia?
    • Answer: Moscow
  198. Who discovered the theory of evolution by natural selection?
    • Answer: Charles Darwin
  199. What is the chemical symbol for lead?
    • Answer: Pb
  200. Who wrote “The War of the Worlds”?
    • Answer: H.G. Wells
  201. What is the capital city of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Bern
  202. Who wrote “The Scarlet Letter”?
    • Answer: Nathaniel Hawthorne
  203. In which year did the Battle of Gettysburg take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1863
  204. What is the largest moon in our solar system?
    • Answer: Ganymede
  205. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Chemistry?
    • Answer: Marie Curie
  206. What is the currency of South Africa?
    • Answer: South African Rand
  207. Who wrote “The Sun Also Rises”?
    • Answer: Ernest Hemingway
  208. In which year did the Battle of Waterloo take place?
    • Answer: 1815
  209. What is the chemical symbol for uranium?
    • Answer: U
  210. Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City?
    • Answer: Michelangelo
  211. What is the capital city of Indonesia?
    • Answer: Jakarta
  212. Who discovered the law of electromagnetic induction?
    • Answer: Michael Faraday
  213. In which year did the Korean War begin?
    • Answer: 1950
  214. What is the currency of Argentina?
    • Answer: Argentine Peso
  215. Who wrote “Brave New World”?
    • Answer: Aldous Huxley
  216. What is the largest bird in the world?
    • Answer: Ostrich
  217. In which year did the Battle of Stalingrad take place during World War II?
    • Answer: 1942-1943
  218. Who is the current Prime Minister of India?
    • Answer: Narendra Modi
  219. What is the capital city of Peru?
    • Answer: Lima
  220. Who wrote the science fiction novel “Dune”?
    • Answer: Frank Herbert
  221. What is the chemical symbol for tin?
    • Answer: Sn
  222. In which country is Mount Fuji located?
    • Answer: Japan
  223. Who discovered the structure of DNA?
    • Answer: James Watson and Francis Crick
  224. What is the currency of Egypt?
    • Answer: Egyptian Pound
  225. Who wrote the play “Macbeth”?
    • Answer: William Shakespeare
  226. What is the capital city of South Sudan?
    • Answer: Juba
  227. In which year did the Russian tsar Nicholas II abdicate, leading to the Russian Revolution?
    • Answer: 1917
  228. What is the chemical symbol for calcium?
    • Answer: Ca
  229. Who painted “The Last Supper”?
    • Answer: Leonardo da Vinci
  230. What is the currency of Turkey?
    • Answer: Turkish Lira
  231. Who is the author of “The Chronicles of Narnia” series?
    • Answer: C.S. Lewis
  232. In which year did the Battle of Hastings take place?
    • Answer: 1066
  233. What is the capital city of Nigeria?
    • Answer: Abuja
  234. Who wrote “Crime and Punishment”?
    • Answer: Fyodor Dostoevsky
  235. What is the largest ocean mammal?
    • Answer: Blue Whale
  236. In which year did the Cuban Missile Crisis occur?
    • Answer: 1962
  237. Who is the current Prime Minister of Japan?
    • Answer: Fumio Kishida
  238. What is the chemical symbol for nitrogen?
    • Answer: N
  239. Who wrote “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy?
    • Answer: J.R.R. Tolkien
  240. What is the capital city of Argentina?
    • Answer: Buenos Aires
  241. Who discovered the circulation of blood in the human body?
    • Answer: William Harvey
  242. In which year did the Spanish Civil War begin?
    • Answer: 1936
  243. What is the currency of Sweden?
    • Answer: Swedish Krona
  244. Who wrote “The Jungle Book”?
    • Answer: Rudyard Kipling
  245. What is the chemical symbol for neon?
    • Answer: Ne
  246. In which year did the Vietnam War officially end?
    • Answer: 1975
  247. What is the capital city of Chile?
    • Answer: Santiago
  248. Who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean?
    • Answer: Amelia Earhart
  249. What is the currency of Poland?
    • Answer: Polish Złoty
  250. Who wrote the poem “The Raven”?
    • Answer: Edgar Allan Poe
  251. What is the chemical symbol for aluminum?
    • Answer: Al
  252. In which country is Timbuktu located?
    • Answer: Mali
  253. Who discovered penicillin?
    • Answer: Alexander Fleming
  254. What is the largest desert in Asia?
    • Answer: Gobi Desert
  255. What is the capital city of Italy?
    • Answer: Rome
  256. Who wrote “Moby-Dick”?
    • Answer: Herman Melville
  257. In which year did the Cold War end?
    • Answer: 1991
  258. What is the currency of Mexico?
    • Answer: Mexican Peso
  259. Who was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in Physics?
    • Answer: Marie Curie
  260. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
    • Answer: Ag
  261. In which year did the Ottoman Empire officially end?
    • Answer: 1922
  262. Who wrote “The Hound of the Baskervilles”?
    • Answer: Arthur Conan Doyle
  263. What is the capital city of Iran?
    • Answer: Tehran
  264. What is the chemical symbol for iodine?
    • Answer: I
  265. Who painted “The Girl with a Pearl Earring”?
    • Answer: Johannes Vermeer
  266. In which year did the Battle of Thermopylae take place?
    • Answer: 480 BCE
  267. What is the largest river in Africa?
    • Answer: Nile River
  268. Who is known as the “Father of Economics”?
    • Answer: Adam Smith
  269. What is the currency of Iran?
    • Answer: Iranian Rial
  270. Who wrote “Anna Karenina”?
    • Answer: Leo Tolstoy
  271. In which year did the Great Depression begin?
    • Answer: 1929
  272. What is the capital city of Thailand?
    • Answer: Bangkok
  273. Who discovered the principles of vaccination?
    • Answer: Edward Jenner
  274. What is the chemical symbol for gold?
    • Answer: Au
  275. In which year did the Battle of Marathon take place?
    • Answer: 490 BCE
  276. Who is the current Prime Minister of Italy?
    • Answer: Mario Draghi
  277. What is the currency of India?
    • Answer: Indian Rupee
  278. Who wrote “The War of the Worlds”?
    • Answer: H.G. Wells
  279. In which country is the city of Marrakech located?
    • Answer: Morocco
  280. What is the capital city of Iraq?
    • Answer: Baghdad
  281. Who discovered the theory of general relativity?
    • Answer: Albert Einstein
  282. What is the chemical symbol for carbon?
    • Answer: C
  283. In which year did the Battle of Saratoga take place during the American Revolution?
    • Answer: 1777
  284. Who wrote “The Wind in the Willows”?
    • Answer: Kenneth Grahame
  285. What is the largest planet in our solar system by mass?
    • Answer: Jupiter
  286. What is the currency of Thailand?
    • Answer: Thai Baht
  287. Who is the author of “The Count of Monte Cristo”?
    • Answer: Alexandre Dumas
  288. In which year did the Battle of Lepanto take place?
    • Answer: 1571
  289. What is the chemical symbol for uranium?
    • Answer: U
  290. Who painted “The Starry Night”?
    • Answer: Vincent van Gogh
  291. What is the capital city of Kenya?
    • Answer: Nairobi
  292. Who wrote “The Canterbury Tales”?
    • Answer: Geoffrey Chaucer
  293. In which year did the Battle of Midway take place during World War II?
    • Answer: 1942
  294. What is the currency of South Korea?
    • Answer: South Korean Won
  295. Who discovered the structure of benzene?
    • Answer: Friedrich August Kekulé
  296. What is the capital city of Bangladesh?
    • Answer: Dhaka
  297. Who wrote “The Importance of Being Earnest”?
    • Answer: Oscar Wilde
  298. In which year did the Battle of the Bulge take place during World War II?
    • Answer: 1944
  299. What is the chemical symbol for iron?
    • Answer: Fe
  300. Who is known as the “Father of Genetics”?
    • Answer: Gregor Mendel
  301. What is the capital city of Saudi Arabia?
    • Answer: Riyadh
  302. Who wrote “The Sound and the Fury”?
    • Answer: William Faulkner
  303. In which year did the Battle of Trafalgar take place?
    • Answer: 1805
  304. What is the currency of Vietnam?
    • Answer: Vietnamese Đồng
  305. Who discovered the law of conservation of energy?
    • Answer: Hermann von Helmholtz
  306. What is the chemical symbol for copper?
    • Answer: Cu
  307. In which year did the Battle of Jutland take place during World War I?
    • Answer: 1916
  308. Who wrote “The Art of War”?
    • Answer: Sun Tzu
  309. What is the capital city of Malaysia?
    • Answer: Kuala Lumpur
  310. Who discovered radium and polonium?
    • Answer: Marie Curie
  311. What is the chemical symbol for lead?
    • Answer: Pb
  312. In which year did the Battle of Plassey take place?
    • Answer: 1757
  313. Who is the current Prime Minister of Canada?
    • Answer: Justin Trudeau
  314. What is the currency of Norway?
    • Answer: Norwegian Krone
  315. Who wrote “The Brothers Karamazov”?
    • Answer: Fyodor Dostoevsky
  316. In which country is Mount Elbrus, the highest peak in Europe, located?
    • Answer: Russia
  317. What is the chemical symbol for mercury?
    • Answer: Hg
  318. Who painted “The Birth of Venus”?
    • Answer: Sandro Botticelli
  319. What is the capital city of Algeria?
    • Answer: Algiers
  320. Who is known as the “Father of Chemistry”?
    • Answer: Antoine Lavoisier
  321. In which year did the Battle of Cannae take place?
    • Answer: 216 BCE
  322. What is the currency of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Swiss Franc
  323. Who wrote “The Little Prince”?
    • Answer: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  324. In which year did the Battle of Austerlitz take place?
    • Answer: 1805
  325. What is the chemical symbol for helium?
    • Answer: He
  326. What is the largest river in South America?
    • Answer: Amazon River
  327. Who is the current President of Russia?
    • Answer: Vladimir Putin
  328. What is the capital city of Sweden?
    • Answer: Stockholm
  329. Who wrote “Les Misérables”?
    • Answer: Victor Hugo
  330. In which year did the Battle of Culloden take place?
    • Answer: 1746
  331. What is the currency of Argentina?
    • Answer: Argentine Peso
  332. Who discovered the planet Neptune?
    • Answer: Johann Galle
  333. What is the chemical symbol for nickel?
    • Answer: Ni
  334. In which country is the city of Vienna located?
    • Answer: Austria
  335. Who is the author of “The Fountainhead”?
    • Answer: Ayn Rand
  336. What is the capital city of Ukraine?
    • Answer: Kyiv
  337. Who wrote “The Three Musketeers”?
    • Answer: Alexandre Dumas
  338. In which year did the Battle of Salamis take place?
    • Answer: 480 BCE
  339. What is the currency of Denmark?
    • Answer: Danish Krone
  340. Who discovered the first antibiotic, penicillin?
    • Answer: Alexander Fleming
  341. What is the chemical symbol for potassium?
    • Answer: K
  342. In which year did the Battle of Navarino take place?
    • Answer: 1827
  343. Who is the current Chancellor of Germany?
    • Answer: Olaf Scholz
  344. What is the largest lake in Africa?
    • Answer: Lake Victoria
  345. Who wrote “The Divine Comedy”?
    • Answer: Dante Alighieri
  346. In which year did the Battle of Plataea take place?
    • Answer: 479 BCE
  347. What is the currency of Hungary?
    • Answer: Hungarian Forint
  348. Who painted “The Persistence of Memory”?
    • Answer: Salvador Dalí
  349. What is the capital city of Afghanistan?
    • Answer: Kabul
  350. Who is known as the “Father of Geometry”?
    • Answer: Euclid
  351. What is the chemical symbol for zinc?
    • Answer: Zn
  352. In which year did the Battle of Leipzig take place during the Napoleonic Wars?
    • Answer: 1813
  353. Who wrote “The Wealth of Nations”?
    • Answer: Adam Smith
  354. What is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea?
    • Answer: Sicily
  355. What is the currency of Egypt?
    • Answer: Egyptian Pound
  356. Who discovered the laws of planetary motion?
    • Answer: Johannes Kepler
  357. In which year did the Battle of Agincourt take place?
    • Answer: 1415
  358. What is the chemical symbol for phosphorus?
    • Answer: P
  359. Who is the current Prime Minister of Australia?
    • Answer: Scott Morrison
  360. What is the capital city of New Zealand?
    • Answer: Wellington
  361. Who wrote “The Joy Luck Club”?
    • Answer: Amy Tan
  362. In which year did the Battle of Shiloh take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1862
  363. What is the currency of South Africa?
    • Answer: South African Rand
  364. Who discovered the planet Uranus?
    • Answer: William Herschel
  365. What is the chemical symbol for sodium?
    • Answer: Na
  366. In which country is the city of Oslo located?
    • Answer: Norway
  367. Who is the author of “Wuthering Heights”?
    • Answer: Emily Brontë
  368. What is the capital city of Myanmar?
    • Answer: Naypyidaw
  369. Who wrote “The Call of the Wild”?
    • Answer: Jack London
  370. In which year did the Battle of Blenheim take place?
    • Answer: 1704
  371. What is the chemical symbol for manganese?
    • Answer: Mn
  372. Who painted “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”?
    • Answer: No specific painting, but the book’s cover was designed by Peter Mendelsund
  373. What is the largest desert in the world by area?
    • Answer: Antarctica (Cold Desert)
  374. Who is the current President of China?
    • Answer: Xi Jinping
  375. What is the currency of Brazil?
    • Answer: Brazilian Real
  376. Who wrote “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”?
    • Answer: Robert Louis Stevenson
  377. In which year did the Battle of Hattin take place?
    • Answer: 1187
  378. What is the capital city of Poland?
    • Answer: Warsaw
  379. Who discovered the law of buoyancy, known as Archimedes’ principle?
    • Answer: Archimedes
  380. What is the chemical symbol for chromium?
    • Answer: Cr
  381. In which year did the Battle of Quebec take place during the French and Indian War?
    • Answer: 1759
  382. Who wrote “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”?
    • Answer: Mark Twain
  383. What is the currency of the United Kingdom?
    • Answer: British Pound Sterling
  384. Who is known as the “Father of the Internet”?
    • Answer: Vinton Cerf
  385. What is the capital city of Hungary?
    • Answer: Budapest
  386. Who discovered the law of photoelectric effect, providing evidence for the particle-like properties of light?
    • Answer: Albert Einstein
  387. What is the chemical symbol for tungsten?
    • Answer: W
  388. In which year did the Battle of Antietam take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1862
  389. Who wrote “The Color Purple”?
    • Answer: Alice Walker
  390. What is the largest island in the world by area?
    • Answer: Greenland
  391. What is the currency of South Korea?
    • Answer: South Korean Won
  392. Who is the current Prime Minister of France?
    • Answer: Jean Castex
  393. What is the chemical symbol for sulfur?
    • Answer: S
  394. In which year did the Battle of Jena-Auerstedt take place during the Napoleonic Wars?
    • Answer: 1806
  395. Who wrote “The Call of Cthulhu”?
    • Answer: H.P. Lovecraft
  396. What is the capital city of Czech Republic?
    • Answer: Prague
  397. Who discovered the circulation of blood in the human body?
    • Answer: William Harvey
  398. What is the chemical symbol for radium?
    • Answer: Ra
  399. In which year did the Battle of Cannae take place?
    • Answer: 216 BCE
  400. Who is the current Prime Minister of South Africa?
    • Answer: Cyril Ramaphosa
  401. What is the currency of Argentina?
    • Answer: Argentine Peso
  402. Who wrote “The Grapes of Wrath”?
    • Answer: John Steinbeck
  403. In which year did the Battle of Gaugamela take place?
    • Answer: 331 BCE
  404. What is the largest lake in North America?
    • Answer: Lake Superior
  405. Who discovered the laws of motion and universal gravitation?
    • Answer: Sir Isaac Newton
  406. What is the chemical symbol for tin?
    • Answer: Sn
  407. In which country is Mount Everest located?
    • Answer: Nepal
  408. Who is the author of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”?
    • Answer: Stieg Larsson
  409. What is the capital city of Finland?
    • Answer: Helsinki
  410. Who discovered the planet Pluto?
    • Answer: Clyde Tombaugh
  411. What is the currency of Canada?
    • Answer: Canadian Dollar
  412. In which year did the Battle of Lützen take place during the Thirty Years’ War?
    • Answer: 1632
  413. Who wrote “The Raven”?
    • Answer: Edgar Allan Poe
  414. What is the largest river in Europe?
    • Answer: Volga River
  415. Who is the current Prime Minister of Israel?
    • Answer: Naftali Bennett
  416. What is the chemical symbol for gold?
    • Answer: Au
  417. In which year did the Battle of Trenton take place during the American Revolution?
    • Answer: 1776
  418. Who painted “The Night Watch”?
    • Answer: Rembrandt
  419. What is the capital city of Venezuela?
    • Answer: Caracas
  420. Who discovered the laws of electrolysis?
    • Answer: Michael Faraday
  421. What is the chemical symbol for carbon?
    • Answer: C
  422. In which year did the Battle of Leipzig take place during the Napoleonic Wars?
    • Answer: 1813
  423. Who wrote “The Great Gatsby”?
    • Answer: F. Scott Fitzgerald
  424. What is the largest island in the Caribbean?
    • Answer: Cuba
  425. What is the currency of Saudi Arabia?
    • Answer: Saudi Riyal
  426. Who is known as the “Father of Modern Physics”?
    • Answer: Albert Einstein
  427. What is the capital city of Morocco?
    • Answer: Rabat
  428. Who discovered the electron?
    • Answer: J.J. Thomson
  429. What is the chemical symbol for helium?
    • Answer: He
  430. In which year did the Battle of Bunker Hill take place during the American Revolution?
    • Answer: 1775
  431. Who wrote “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey”?
    • Answer: Homer
  432. What is the largest volcano in the world?
    • Answer: Mauna Loa
  433. What is the currency of Indonesia?
    • Answer: Indonesian Rupiah
  434. Who is the author of “The Shining”?
    • Answer: Stephen King
  435. In which year did the Battle of Pharsalus take place?
    • Answer: 48 BCE
  436. What is the capital city of Portugal?
    • Answer: Lisbon
  437. Who discovered the laws of heredity?
    • Answer: Gregor Mendel
  438. What is the chemical symbol for lead?
    • Answer: Pb
  439. In which year did the Battle of Chickamauga take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1863
  440. Who wrote “The Catcher in the Rye”?
    • Answer: J.D. Salinger
  441. What is the largest glacier in the world?
    • Answer: Lambert Glacier
  442. What is the currency of Iran?
    • Answer: Iranian Rial
  443. Who is the current Chancellor of Austria?
    • Answer: Karl Nehammer
  444. What is the chemical symbol for nickel?
    • Answer: Ni
  445. In which year did the Battle of the Alamo take place?
    • Answer: 1836
  446. Who painted “The Thinker”?
    • Answer: Auguste Rodin
  447. What is the capital city of Malaysia?
    • Answer: Kuala Lumpur
  448. Who discovered the laws of logarithms?
    • Answer: John Napier
  449. What is the chemical symbol for oxygen?
    • Answer: O
  450. In which year did the Battle of Crecy take place during the Hundred Years’ War?
    • Answer: 1346
  451. Who wrote “The Old Man and the Sea”?
    • Answer: Ernest Hemingway
  452. What is the largest waterfall in the world by height?
    • Answer: Angel Falls
  453. What is the currency of Greece?
    • Answer: Euro
  454. Who is the author of “One Hundred Years of Solitude”?
    • Answer: Gabriel García Márquez
  455. In which year did the Battle of Yorktown take place during the American Revolution?
    • Answer: 1781
  456. What is the capital city of Australia?
    • Answer: Canberra
  457. Who discovered the laws of thermodynamics?
    • Answer: Rudolf Clausius
  458. What is the chemical symbol for silver?
    • Answer: Ag
  459. In which year did the Battle of Plataea take place during the Greco-Persian Wars?
    • Answer: 479 BCE
  460. Who wrote “The Jungle Book”?
    • Answer: Rudyard Kipling
  461. What is the largest desert in Africa?
    • Answer: Sahara Desert
  462. What is the currency of Turkey?
    • Answer: Turkish Lira
  463. Who is the current Prime Minister of Spain?
    • Answer: Pedro Sánchez
  464. What is the chemical symbol for nitrogen?
    • Answer: N
  465. In which year did the Battle of Fredericksburg take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1862
  466. Who painted “Guernica”?
    • Answer: Pablo Picasso
  467. What is the capital city of Ethiopia?
    • Answer: Addis Ababa
  468. Who discovered the laws of motion and gravitation?
    • Answer: Sir Isaac Newton
  469. What is the chemical symbol for aluminum?
    • Answer: Al
  470. In which year did the Battle of Hohenlinden take place during the Napoleonic Wars?
    • Answer: 1800
  471. Who wrote “The Odyssey”?
    • Answer: Homer
  472. What is the largest island in Asia?
    • Answer: Borneo
  473. What is the currency of Mexico?
    • Answer: Mexican Peso
  474. Who is known as the “Father of Microbiology”?
    • Answer: Louis Pasteur
  475. What is the chemical symbol for cobalt?
    • Answer: Co
  476. In which year did the Battle of Pavia take place during the Italian Wars?
    • Answer: 1525
  477. Who wrote “The Princess Bride”?
    • Answer: William Goldman
  478. What is the capital city of Greece?
    • Answer: Athens
  479. Who discovered the laws of planetary motion?
    • Answer: Johannes Kepler
  480. What is the chemical symbol for calcium?
    • Answer: Ca
  481. In which year did the Battle of Fort Sumter take place, marking the start of the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1861
  482. What is the largest canyon in the world?
    • Answer: Grand Canyon
  483. What is the currency of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Swiss Franc
  484. Who is the author of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?
    • Answer: Harper Lee
  485. In which year did the Battle of Tours take place?
    • Answer: 732
  486. What is the chemical symbol for tungsten?
    • Answer: W
  487. Who painted “The Birth of Adam”?
    • Answer: Michelangelo
  488. What is the capital city of Belgium?
    • Answer: Brussels
  489. Who discovered the structure of benzene?
    • Answer: Friedrich August Kekulé
  490. What is the chemical symbol for boron?
    • Answer: B
  491. In which year did the Battle of Alesia take place during the Gallic Wars?
    • Answer: 52 BCE
  492. Who wrote “Sense and Sensibility”?
    • Answer: Jane Austen
  493. What is the largest island in the Pacific Ocean?
    • Answer: New Guinea
  494. What is the currency of Thailand?
    • Answer: Thai Baht
  495. Who is the current Prime Minister of Brazil?
    • Answer: Jair Bolsonaro
  496. What is the chemical symbol for iodine?
    • Answer: I
  497. In which year did the Battle of Austerlitz take place during the Napoleonic Wars?
    • Answer: 1805
  498. What is the capital city of Switzerland?
    • Answer: Bern
  499. Who wrote “The Scarlet Letter”?
    • Answer: Nathaniel Hawthorne
  500. In which year did the Battle of Gettysburg take place during the American Civil War?
    • Answer: 1863