Qwizzeria Daily #389

Qwizzeria is running a monthly quiz on medium-to-highbrow questions. There are 100 questions in each edition. The first edition (April 2021) and the second edition (May 2021) are available to play. Check it out here – Qwizzeria Monthly.

Here is the link for today’s quiz, the 389th edition of Qwizzeria Daily. And, if you need questions (in the text) for yesterday’s quiz, scroll down.


Good luck!


1. On 9 August 2020, what country’s Aleksandr Lukashenko suspiciously won 80% of his nation’s vote for president, thus winning his sixth consecutive term and sparking national unrest?

2. What museum was opened in 2001 and is known for being a “Temple to watchmaking”? The museum is located entirely in a restored Art Deco building in Geneva.

3. When this country became independent, its website went from “you to me” since it replaced .yu with .me?

4. As of June 2021, Sabine Kehm is a German journalist and worked as a sports editor for the Süddeutsche Zeitung. From 2010, she has been the manager of what family from the sporting world? It is more so after a 2013 accident to a family (in question) member?

5. This field gun was a piece of artillery that originated in France in 1898. It was used extensively in WW I. About the same time, a cocktail made from gin, champagne, lemon juice, and sugar was named in its honour. Name of the cocktail? (PIC)


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