Qwizzeria Daily #305

16 March 2021 @ 20.30 (CET) – The Qwizz Hour #51 – Six rounds, six connections – it’s free, and it’s online. More details here – Online Link to play the quiz


1. Of the several theories about this European city’s origin, the most common one is named Olissopona, after the Greek hero Ulysses, who founded it. Which city is it? Lisbon. The historian Ptolemy called it Oliosipon

2. During the late 1940s and the 1950s, a term was given to the United States practice of accusations made of subversion or treason without proper evidence. The term was named after which Republican U.S. Senator from Wisconsin? McCarthy

3. At the beginning of the 20th century, Italian companies often deployed a simple visual shorthand to suggest that their products were of high quality: what mark did they put on the label, something that can be seen even today on brands such as San Pellegrino? Red Star

4. Arthur “Dooley” Wilson, born in 1886 in Texas, was a singer, actor, and musician who became famous for playing the role of ‘Sam’ in what Oscar-winning movie? Casablanca

5. The Batu Caves, a series of temples dedicated to Murugan is carved in limestone, are a popular tourist attraction in which Southeast Asian country? (PICTURE) Malaysia

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