Pub and Bar Trivia



In 1997 which airline replaced the flag on its tail fin with ethnic designs from around the world?
A: British Airways.

Where did Anne Frank die?
A: Belsen.

According to the British Bishop Mervyn Stockwood, who would "go to the Follies Bergere and look at the audience?
A: A psychiatrist.

In which city was the peace treaty ending the Vietnam war signed?
A: Paris.

What was Scotland's answer to California's Silicon Valley called?
A: Silicon Glen.

What was St. Petersburg called for most of the 20th century?
A: Leningrad.

What is London's biggest airport called?
A: Heathrow.

Which country is locked within Belgium, Germany and France?
A: Luxembourg.

Which two national teams made the first flight over Everest in a hot air balloon?
A: Australia/UK.

In which category did Marie Curie win her second Nobel Prize?
A: Chemistry.

The fastest man on land at the beginning of this century came from which country?
A: Belgium.

In which country were motorized ambulances first used?
A: France.

What is the largest inland port in Europe?
A: Hamburg, Germany.

Which company manufactured the first car to run on diesel?
A: Mercedes Benz.

In 1939 who described the actions of Russia as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma?"
A: Winston Churchill.

In Nazi Germany, what was Endloslung?
A: The Final Solution.

Who was Hitler's Prime Minister in Prussia?
A: Goering.

Vehicles from which country use the international registration letter L?
A: Luxembourg.

Where in England is the location of the Glastonbury Festival?
A: Pilton.

The Channel Islands are in which Channel?
A: English Channel.

The French region of Grasse is famous for making what?
A: Perfume.

Which was the last country in mainland Europe to switch from driving on the left?
A: Sweden.

By the end of the 80s, what percentage of British households had two cars?
A: 20%

In which city was the first Model T produced outside the USA?
A: Manchester.

Who became mayor of Cologne in 1945?
A: Konrad Adenauer.

Who was Churchill referring to when he said "never was so much owed by so many to so few?
A: RAF pilots in the Battle of Britain.

In which year did Britain's lease on Hong Kong officially expire?
A: 1997.

Which Norwegian explorer did Robert Feary beat to the North Pole?
A: Roald Amundsen.

What is the Pacific terminus of the Trans Siberian Railway?
A: Vladivostok.

In what year did the millionth Volkswagen roll off the assembly line?
A: 1955.

A bridge too far" referred to airborne landings in which country?
A: Netherlands.

Who founded the Cubism movement with Picasso?
A: Braque.