General Knowledge Quiz (Round 137)

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Who wrote the opera Madame Butterfly?
Puccini

 

The largest UK landowner is who?
The Government in the guise of the Forestry Commission

 

Magnesium sulfate is more commonly known as what?
Epsom salts

 

In which year were women in the UK given equal voting rights with men? a) 1922 b) 1925 c) 1928
c) 1928

 

Melbourne is the capital of which Australian state?
Victoria

 

The Plantagenate king Edward I was also know by which names?
Edward Longshanks or Hammer of the Scots

 

The ATM cash machine is an everyday sight now but was invented in 1967. Which was the first british bank to use one?
Barclays

 

Which country has the wine making region known as the Barossa Valley?
Australia

 

As of 2016, 20 Football World Cup competitions have been contested, but how many nations have won the cup? a) 8 b) 10 c) 12
a) 8

 

What was Popeye's adopted baby called?
Swee'Pea