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Fancy yourself as an armchair globetrotter? Then scroll on and find out if you’re a Christmas turkey or as wise as the three kings
The 1994 film Miracle on 34th Street is based on a real-life New York department store. What is it?
Which country can’t join Fifa, and so is not eligible to enter the World Cup and other international football tournaments, because of its weather conditions?
Papua New Guinea
Which is the largest country in the world without a permanent river?
In which city will the 2024 Summer Olympics be held?
Much of the classic 1945 film Brief Encounter, starring Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson, was shot at which British railway station?
Albert Camus’s novels The Plague and The Outsider are set in which country, where the Nobel prize winner grew up?
Which model of car shares its name with both a Spanish and an Argentinian city?
Which cocktail was invented at the Raffles Hotel in the early 20th century?
Name this city skyline
And this one …
This one’s easy-peasy …
There are only two double-landlocked countries in the world (which require the crossing of two borders to reach a coastline). Name the one in Europe.
And now name the second, which is in Asia.
What is the first of the three countries that Liz Gilbert visits in Eat, Pray, Love?
What was the name of the hotel in the Stephen King novel (and Stanley Kubrick film), The Shining?
Rocky Mountain Lodge
It’s probably no surprise that Amsterdam is the lowest MAJOR European capital, but which is the highest?
But Amsterdam is 28 metres higher than the world’s lowest capital. Name it.
Everyone knows that Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird deals with racism in the Deep South, but in which state?
In which New York hotel did Leonard Cohen meet a woman he later sang this about: “You told me again you preferred handsome men/But for me you would make an exception”.
Washington Square Hotel
The Roosevelt Hotel
The Waldorf Astoria
In 1959, which former US territory became the 50th and newest US state?
16 and above.
Hallelujah! You’re an armchair globetrotter
11 and above.
Well done – tidings of comfort and joy to you
0 and above.
6 and above.
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