Friday Quiz 26 March

Yes for anyone who actually notices these things, it’s a day late, but I am sticking to the naming format for this week’s quiz. I’ve been busy – sorry.

As usual the answers are in the first comment below and there are some clues in the images.

Visual clues to questions 3, 5, 6, and 9.
Clues to questions 3, 5, 6 and 9.
  1. What is the capital city of Kenya?
  2. Where would you find chloroplasts?
  3. Julius Caesar was assassinated on 15 March 44 BC, a date now often known by what term?
  4. What was the name of Lighthouse Family’s 6 times platinum album released in 1995? 
  5. ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ is a children’s book series written by which author?
  6. Which art movement is Salvador Dali associated with?
  7. Second only to the conductor, traditionally which instrument does the leader of an orchestra play?
  8. What is the chemical formula for table salt?
  9. The flower-gardened residence Giverny, in Normandy, France, was home to what impressionist painter, noted for his garden pond scenes?
  10. Which European country has the internet code .dk at the end of its website addresses?  


  1. Answers to todays questions.

    1. Nairobi.
    2. They are in the cells of green plants. It’s where photosynthesis happens as light turns water and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen.
    3. The Ides of March was just a way of saying the date. Shakespeare included the warning by the soothsayer to Caesar that he would be in danger by that date.
    4. Ocean Drive – and very good it was too.
    5. Clive Staples Lewis, otherwise known as C S Lewis.
    6. Surrealism.
    7. The violin.
    8. Sodium Chloride or NaCl if you use chemical symbols.
    9. Claude Monet.
    10. Denmark – one of the happiest countries in the world according to the world happiness report.

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