100 Pub Quizzes – Pub Trivia Questions and Answers
1) Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture ‘The Thinker’ was made with which material?
2) In the Beaufort scale strong breeze was represented by which number?
3) In their national flag two countries represent their outline. Which are the two countries?
Answer: Cyprus and Kosovo.
4) An ophthalmologist diagnoses which part of our body?
5) Footballer Billy Wright who plays in the England team and Wolverhampton wanderers team, holds the record as the first footballer to _____________
Answer: Earn 100 international caps.
6) At the end of the shoelace, there is a plastic coating. What is it called?
7) Tom Hank’s 1985 comedy film started as ‘ The Man with …….’? Fill it.
Answer: One Red Shoe.
8) Largest Art museum in world is __________
Answer: The Louvre.
9) A religion was attracted by many famous personalities in the 2000s, in which the followers were used to wear a string around their wrist. Name the religion.
10) Smallest ______ in the world is found to be in the Hoxton hotel of Brooklyn.
11) In which continent 70% of cocoa beans in the world?
12) A Lake which is over 10 miles long is the biggest Lake in England’s Lake District. Name the Lake.
Answer: Lake Windermere.
13) A superhero in DC Comics Real name was Richard Grayson. Mention the name he is popular?
14) A Beavers home is called as_________
15) Which fashion brand’s subsidiary company is Club Monaco?
Answer: Ralph Lauren.
16) ‘Yon Kippur’ the Jewish holy day is otherwise known as the Day of __________
17) Salt, bitter, sweet, sour, and __________ are the basic tastes which can be recognised by humans.
18) The closest relative to T-Rex dinosaur, which is living is _________
19) A dreadful poison smells bitter almonds, and not all people can detect it. What is it?
20) A South American country whose currency was sucre up to 2000 found after it’s collapse official currency Changes to the dollar. Name the country?
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21) 1967 hit song ‘The Letter’ belongs to which band?
Answer: The Box Tops.
22) In 1995 being Familiar for less than a week, Pamela Anderson marry famously a person. Who is it?
Answer: Tommy Lee.
23) In the film ‘Casino’ released in 1995, for the character Ginger a heroine is nominated for Oscar. Who is it?
Answer: Sharon Stone.
24) How much of the world surface is water in percentage?
25) National men’s dress of Bhutan, which is a knee-length gown and is tied at the waist. Mention the name of the dress.
26) A high-kicking dance gets featured in cabaret shows in France. Name it.
27) Earth’s deepest point is __________
Answer: Mariana Trench.
28) Saxophone belongs to which instrument family?
29) In ‘Boston Tea Party’ incident, which took place in 1773 tea from the company which is familiar to Indians got destroyed. Name the company?
Answer: East India Company.
30) ‘Argo’ 1979 film is about which hostage crisis events?
31) Victoria falls is on _______ river
32) Largest part on human brain is _______
33) To capture Saddam Hussein, U.S.A arranged a military operation. Name the operation.
Answer: Red Dawn.
34) Main ingredient in hummus is ________
35) To act in a film Christian Bale lost 60 pounds. Name the film.
Answer: The Machinist.
36) Drink Tequila is made from which plant?
Answer: Blue agave.
37) ‘K’ in chemistry is __________
38) In the famous TV show ‘American Dad’ an alien is living with the smith family. Name it?
39) Abbreviation of UNESCO?
Answer: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
40) A military leader was overthrown by Fidel Castro in his revolution in Cuba. Who was it?
Answer: Fulgencio Batista.
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41) Bull is the representation of which zodiac sign?
42) In 2007 Wimbledon tennis tournament made a change in its prize money. Mention the change.
Answer: Made men’s and women’s prize funds equal.
43) Motorized rickshaw mostly seen in Bangkok, is known as __________
44) To make dynamite a nut is used. Name it?
45) Which is the most worshipped religion in the world?
46) In English Premier League, the first footballer to score 100 goal is ________.
Answer: Alan Shearer.
47) Abbreviation of LAN, in computing is _______
Answer: Local Area Network.
48) ________ rocks are being changed by high pressure or heat.
49) In 2005, from jaguar cars an object is removed. Name it.
Answer: The hood ornament.
50) Turner prize in 1995 was given to Damien Hirst, for his shocking piece of art. Which is it?
Answer: Mother and Child Divided.
51) In snooker, green ball worth how many points?
Answer: 3 points.
52) Largest diamond in the crown jewels of British is ______
53) From two words, the word helicopter has been derived. ‘Helico’ means spiral, what is the meaning of ‘pter’?
Answer: With wings.
54) Logo of Nike is called as _________
Answer: The Swoosh.
55) Largest worshipped religion in Japan is _________
56) Ancient region in Mesopotamia lies between the ______ and _______ rivers.
Answer: The Tigris and Euphrates.
57) Which South American country’s currency is Real?
58) The leader of Peasants’ Revolt is ________
Answer: Wat Tyler.
59) In ‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell, Boxer is what kind of animal?
60) Three weapons in modern fencing are _______
Answer: Foil, épée, and sabre.
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61) Democratic Party, the famous political party in the U.S.A has an animal as their symbol. Name the animal?
62) ‘Sistine chapel painting’ is finished by Michelangelo in how many years?
Answer: Four years.
63) With an estimation of 1 million hairs per square inch, a mammal become the densest furred animal. Name the animal.
Answer: Sea otter.
64) The word which has the most number of meanings in the Oxford English dictionary is _______ with 60,000 words.
65) “Deutschlandlied”, the National anthem of Germany was composed by an Austrian composer. Who is it?
Answer: Joseph Haydn.
66) ‘I love New York’ logo was created in 1975 by a famous American graphic designer. Who is it?
Answer: Milton Glaser.
67) Most common colour of eye in world is ________
68) The hot winds blow to Southern Europe from Sahara is ___________.
69) Who is the architect of Kuala Lumpur’s ‘The PETRONAS towers’?
Answer: César Pelili.
70) In 1990s a chocolate bar in the UK changed the name to Snickers. Name it?
71) ‘Cuban missile’ crisis was on which year?
72) Which vitamin’s another name is ‘Riboflavin’?
73) The country which give vote right to women is _________
Answer: New Zealand.
74) Martial arts in which Elvis Presley is popular for is _______
75) In Morse code a Letter’s representation is by two dots. Which is the letter?
76) _____ and ______ make a man wise, based on a famous proverb.
Answer: Adversity and loss.
77) An autoimmune disorder affects the thyroid by causing hyperthyroidism is __________.
Answer: Graves’ disease.
78) ‘Bombay Duck’ an Indian dish is what kind of food?
79) After the suicide of Nero in A.D 68, the number of emperors ruled Rome in the following year is _______
80) Ancient Egyptians worshipped cat Goddess. What is its name?
81) The term ‘ Dinosaur’ means ________ lizard.
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82) Eighteen out of twenty-seven years of Nelson Mandela’s prison life is on ________ prison.
Answer: Robben Island.
83) A person in the Bible is said to be died at the age of 969. Who is it?
84) Study of flags is called as ________
85) Distinctive colour of flamingos is getting from ________.
Answer: Their diet.
86) The famous bronze statue ‘ The Little Mermaid’ is situated in the capital city of Europe. Name it?
87) A volcanic eruption occurred in Iceland in 2010, which causes airline travel chaos. Name the volcano?
88) The animal which was Robin in the Disney ‘Robin Hood’ is _______
89) Christmas Island is situated in which ocean?
Answer: Indian Ocean.
90) The first person who won two Nobel prizes is _______
Answer: Marie Curie.
91) World’s biggest rodent is ______
92) Before approving Euro the currency of Italy is ________.
93) A famous painting of John Constable is unsold in the 1821 exhibition. Name the painting?
Answer: The Hay Wain.
94) Since 1900 two Presidents of the U.S.A got the presidency while they lost in public votes. Who are they?
Answer: George W. Bush and Donald Trump.
95) Who is the famous paleontologist in Lyme Regis who became popular in the 18th century for fossil discovery?
Answer: Mary Anning.
96) In a netball team, the total number of players are ______
97) UK’s popular radio show ‘The Archers’ set is on which village?
98) First appeared music video on MTV is _________.
Answer: The Buggles – Video Killed the Radio Star.
99) In which year of wedding anniversary Emerald is given as a gift?
100) Number of stars on the European Union flag is ______.