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Friday, 26 January 2018

Valentine’s Day Quiz 2

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. It wouldn’t be Valentine's Day without this beautiful flower. Do you know what it is?


Options:-
A rose
A daffodil
A lily
A morning glory


Q 2. No doubt this is exactly what your Valentine's Day will look like. But in which month is it celebrated?


Options:-
March
February
December
April

Q 3. This city is a popular destination at Valentines, as it is known as ‘the city of love’. Where is it?



Options:-
Paris
Munich
Pisa
Swindon

Q 4. The story of Romeo & Juliet is one of the most romantic (and tragic) of all time. But where would you go to visit Juliet’s balcony?



Options:-
Padua
Rome
Bologna
Verona

Q 5. For those who aren’t coupled up on Valentine's, don’t worry! You can celebrate SAD instead. What does this stand for?



Options:-
Sads And Desitutes
Singles Awareness Day
Silly Ancient Dancing
Single Always Department

Q 6. Love is older than Saint Valentines! What is the name of the Ancient Greek goddess of love?



Options:-
Antigone
Athena
Artemis
Aphrodite

Q 7. Speaking of ancient love, way before ‘Posh & Becks’ or ‘Bennifer’, there was ‘Adam & Eve’. But what did Eve do to get them kicked out of paradise?



Options:-
Blasphemed
Ate the forbidden fruit
Challenged Adam to instil equal rights
Converted to Taoism

Q 8. In the US, the most popular gift on Valentine’s Day is flowers. What’s the next most popular?



Options:-
Massage
Poetry
Chocolate
Jewellery

Q 9. Staying with the US, the city of Portland has a special claim around Valentine’s Day. Do you know what it is?



Options:-
Residents here spend the least on Valentines Day
Valentine’s Day was first celebrated here
Mass marriages take place annually in Portland
Violent anti-Valentines protests often take place

Q 10. Take a look at this romantic figure in London’s Piccadilly Circus. Do you know who is being depicted here?



Options:-
Cupid
Darius
Hermes
Eros

Q 11. Valentine’s Day has been officially celebrated on its precise date thanks to the designation by an English king. Do you know who he was?



Options:-
Henry VII
Henry V
Henry VI
Henry VIII

Q 12. Chocolate is a big part of Valentine’s celebrations across the world, but one African country takes it to a whole new level, designating it ‘Chocolate Day’. Which of these is it?



Options:-
Kenya
Sierra Leone
Ghana
Uganda

Q 13. One country celebrates a tradition called ‘Ystävänpäivä’, or ‘Friends Day’, which is nice for singletons. Which country is it?



Options:-
Finland
Iceland
Slovenia
Hungary

Q 14. Saint Valentine was actually a bit of a rebel. What was his form of rebellion against the Roman Emperor?



Options:-
He tattooed love hearts on couples
He married couples against the Emperor’s will
He smuggled lovers out of the Roman empire
He held secret ‘love festivals’

Q 15. Japan is known for its unique twist on traditional festivals. Whilst on Valentine’s Day, women are expected to buy men presents, on what day is the favour supposed to be returned?



Options:-
Pink Day
White Day
Black Day
Red Day

Q 16. Valentine’s Day is a celebration of all kinds of love! Which Italian city saw a gay-pride flash-mob take over Nettuno Square in 2012?



Options:-
Florence
Naples
Rome
Bologna

Q 17. In Medieval times, fair English maidens used to put a specific type of leaf on their pillows to help dream of their future husbands. What type of leaf was it?



Options:-
Acorn leaf
Oak leaf
Bay leaf
Yew leaf

Q 18. The Valentine’s Day massacre is probably one of the least romantic things to happen on this day. Which gang was targeted by the killings?



Options:-
The North Side Gang
Market Street Gang
Chicago Outfit
Latin Kings

Q 19. We mentioned earlier the Ancient Greek goddess of love. But how did she bring her wrath upon the figure depicted on the right?



Options:-
She made him fall in love with her
She made him fall in love with his stepmother
She made his stepmother fall in love with him
She made his father fall in love with an oxe

Q 20. Varieties of this traditional romantic gift in the picture are popular in several different regions. But where would you find this specific variety?






Options:-
Scotland
Ireland
Wales
Norway

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