Qwizzeria Daily #179

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Here are today’s five questions –

1. Jorge Horacio Zorregueita died in August 2017. This former Argentine politician had served as Minister of Agriculture in the dictator General Videla’s government. For that reason, he was persona non-grata when his daughter married in 2002. Who is his daughter? (she is a queen consort).

2. This English term comes from a 1938 English play of the same name in which a husband attempts to convince his wife and others that she is insane. Which term?

3. This Polish folk dance from the Mazovia region became a popular ballroom dance across Europe in the 19th century. The dance involves stamping feet, clicking heels, and traditionally danced to a village band’s music. What dance?

4. In the Marvel universe, this superhero was born in Harlem, NY, and was fascinated by birds from a young age. He happens to be one of the first African-America superheroes in mainstream comics and first appeared in Captain America #117 in 1969. Who?

5. The first mention of this Zurich church dates to 1221. In 1443, a battle took place on and nearby the site. It was a Prfundhaus (asylum centre) from the late 17th century to 1842. The current church building is operational since 1901. Which church? (PICTURE)


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