Q & A - World Quiz Questions

 

Q&A 1.

Stockholm is made up of 14 islands, which is capital of Sweden.

Popular for Nobel Stockholm, the capital of Sweden is made up of 14 islands, here Malar river adjoins into Baltic sea. These islands are connected by 57 number of bridges. City was discovered by Birger Magnusson in 1252 AD. It has world's first National City Park and 70 museums. Its population is around 20 lacs. Smallest day having shortest hours of daylight is 6 hours and longest is of 21 hours.

Q&A 2.

200 years old clay houses in Saudia Arabia village is popular for holidays.

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A village near Dahran Al Janub city in Saudia Arabia is having 200 years old houses made from clay and sand where people come to enjoy their holidays while they have shifted for their modern lifestyle in cities.

Q&A 3.

Kansai Airport is built on man made artificial island in Japan.

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World's first off-shore airport which is situated in Osaka Bay in Japan started in 1994. It has two terminals and flight to 82 cities and 23 countries around the world. From terminal first building we can directly reach to railway station.

Q&A 4.

Aguas Calientes is a base for Machu Picchu which is one of the 7 wonders of the world.

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Situated at an height of 6692 feet from the sea level is a base for Machu Picchu, Aguas Calientes village. Its official name is Machu Picchu Pubelo. In 15th century Spainish conquerors have bought smallpox which makes this place abandoned for years. In 1983 UNESCO declared Machu Picchu as World Heritage place.

Q&A 5.

Finland is ranked 3rd amongst world nations for having clean and pure air.

According to WHO, Air in Finland is third cleanest in the world. In addition to Finland, the air in Sweden, Iceland and Estonia is clean. Finland have 72000 trees per square kilometres of area which is highest in the world.


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