Qwizzeria Daily #952

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Now, time to play today’s quiz, the 952nd edition of Qwizzeria Daily. And, if you need questions (in the text) for yesterday’s quiz, scroll down.


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1. In which country’s folklore, there are witches called ‘Befana’ who delivers gifts to children throughout the country on Epiphany Eve in a similar way to Santa Claus?

2. The Boxing Day cricket Test match has become an annual tradition in Australia since the late 1960s. In which Australian city is it scheduled from 26 December to 30 December?

3. The iconic April 1968 cover of Esquire magazine showed Muhammad Ali shot by six arrows, inspired by a martyr in the Bible. Name the Biblical martyr.

4. Which small African country is the most southerly member of the Arab League and, in fact, the only league member to be fully in the Southern hemisphere?

5. Der heilige Berg (The Holy Mountain) is a 1926 German film that starts what actress in her first screen appearance? She later became involved in directing propaganda films. (VISUAL)


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