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    December 28th Questions

    Canada's first Drive In theatre was located in Stoney Creek Ontario in 1946

    Rotorua is a place in New Zealand

    The town of Mundare Alberta has an enormous statue the subject of some interpretation. It is
    a giant Kielbasa sausage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneck Charger View Post
    December 28th Questions

    Canada's first Drive In theatre was located in Stoney Creek Ontario in 1946

    Rotorua is a place in New Zealand

    The town of Mundare Alberta has an enormous statue the subject of some interpretation. It is a giant Kielbasa sausage


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    * Dec 29 *
    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php
    Alberta towns have unusual statues in their parks. This one is in Glendon
    ===> a giant perogy on a fork
    Dunedin is a place in Florida. There is another one in
    ===>New Zealand
    Touted as the narrowest street in the world Fan Tan Alley is in ===> Victoria British Columbia

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartgirl99 View Post
    * Dec 29 *
    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php
    Alberta towns have unusual statues in their parks. This one is in Glendon
    ===> a giant perogy on a fork
    Dunedin is a place in Florida. There is another one in
    ===>New Zealand
    Touted as the narrowest street in the world Fan Tan Alley is in ===> Victoria British Columbia

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    December 30, 2011

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    Desperate for a winter project, the people of Kipling Saskatchewan built a statue of
    Answer: a giant Paper Clip

    Franz Josef Glacier is in
    Answer: New Zealand

    In 1858 the first oil well in North America was drilled at
    Answer: Oil Springs Ontario
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    Quote Originally Posted by habs rule View Post
    December 30, 2011

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    Desperate for a winter project, the people of Kipling Saskatchewan built a statue of
    Answer: a giant Paper Clip

    Franz Josef Glacier is in
    Answer: New Zealand

    In 1858 the first oil well in North America was drilled at
    Answer: Oil Springs Ontario

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    December 31, 2011

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    Glowworm Grotto is a tourist favorite in
    Answer: New Zealand

    Where else but in Vulcan Alberta would you come across a statue of
    Answer: Starship FX 6 1995 A from Star Trek

    Where is the Jurassic Coast located?
    Answer: between Exmouth and Devon England
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    * Jan 1 *

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    New Years eve in Acapulco witnesses the tradition of ===> eating 12 grapes in 12 seconds with the expectation of good luck in the coming year
    Sugar Loaf Mountain overlooks this city ==> Rio de Janiero
    Which Spanish City still uses the old Roman aqueducts for water?==> Segovia
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartgirl99 View Post
    * Jan 1 *

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    New Years eve in Acapulco witnesses the tradition of ===> eating 12 grapes in 12 seconds with the expectation of good luck in the coming year
    Sugar Loaf Mountain overlooks this city ==> Rio de Janiero
    Which Spanish City still uses the old Roman aqueducts for water?==> Segovia

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    Jan. 2, 2012

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    Cruising by Koblenz, Strasbourg, and Rudesheim you visit how many countries
    Answer: Two

    Elm Creek Manitoba is the Happy Dog Capital of Canada because
    Answer: they built the largest fire hydrant in the world

    If you are visiting the capital city of Washington State you are in
    Answer: Olympia
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    Jan. 3, 2012

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    The Church of the Transfiguration on Kizhi Island in Russia is special because
    Answer: it is made entirely of wood without a single nail

    Trier is Germany's oldest city. It was founded by this Roman emperor?
    Answer: Augustus

    What is Budapest?
    Answer: Combined towns of Buda and Pest
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    hey everyone, how do you win in this contest anyways?

    Thanks for your help!
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    good morning all..thanks for the help HAPPY NEW YEARS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by habs rule View Post
    Jan. 3, 2012

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    The Church of the Transfiguration on Kizhi Island in Russia is special because
    Answer: it is made entirely of wood without a single nail

    Trier is Germany's oldest city. It was founded by this Roman emperor?
    Answer: Augustus

    What is Budapest?
    Answer: Combined towns of Buda and Pest

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    * Jan 4 *
    http://www.tripcentral.ca/triptrivia/index.php

    A 1529 Church then execution hall then market then police station ===> is now the Tron Theatre in Glasgow
    Luxembourg has an annual trade fair called Schueberfouer.Who was the fair founder? ===> John the Blind
    Not to be outdone in the whacky statue category, this Ontario place has a flying saucer ===>Moonbeam Ontario

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