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Strange Places Quiz

Quiz I

  1. What is the common name of the infamous highly classified Air Force facility located in Nevada, USA?
  2. The UK's highest cafe, at 3,560 feet high, can be found where? (Hint: we need a mountain's name)
  3. Give the most common name for the region in the Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances?

  4. Created by inhabitants during the 13th to 16th centuries, where would you find 900 monumental statues called moai?
  5. The Nazca Lines, a group of pre-Columbian designs etched into desert sands, can be found in the southern part of which country?
  6. The Williamson Tunnels are a series of extensive underground excavations, of unknown purpose, in which UK city?
  7. Which sea is ten times more salty than the ocean?
  8. Which sea cave on the island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides, is known for its natural acoustics?
  9. There's a defined contrast of blue and grey where the Rhone and Arve rivers meet, in which European country can this be seen?

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    Strange places question 9 - Where in Europe?

  11. Which country has an island often known as Cat Island, where cats outnumber humans by a ratio of approximately ten to one?
  12. Transylvania, which has been associated with a number of mysterious figures including Count Dracula, is a region in which country?
  13. Stonehenge is thought to have been made with unique bluestone that could only have been quarried from which range of hills in Pembrokeshire, Wales?
  14. Name the bizarre site made up of 40,000 hexagonal-shaped basalt columns on Northern Ireland's coast?
  15. AMARG is a facility in Tucson, Arizona, often called The Boneyard, and is mainly famous in the media for the storage of what?
  16. Home to 100 of the world’s most lethal plants, the Poison Garden is adjacent to which British castle?
  17. Which tourist village in North Wales was designed and built between 1925 and 1975 by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis in the style of an Italian village?
  18. The temple city of Angkor Wat with its gorgeous towers and intricate artwork is in which modern-day country?
  19. White horse hill figures are an iconic symbol of which English county?


  1. Area 51
  2. On top of Mount Snowdon, Wales
  3. The Bermuda Triangle
  4. Easter Island
  5. Peru
  6. Liverpool
  7. The Dead Sea
  8. Fingal's Cave
  9. Switzerland

  10. Japan
  11. Romania
  12. Preseli Hills
  13. Giant's Causeway
  14. Aircraft
  15. Alnwick Castle
  16. Portmeirion
  17. Cambodia
  18. Wiltshire