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The more affordable Venetian gondolas Traghetto (traghetti)
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Very thin type of pasta, means "little hairs" Capellini
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First Englishman to enter Lhasa Thomas Manning
Another name for Korean archery Gungsul
Name of the bow used for Korean archery Gakgung
Largest island of North Africa, in Gulf of Gabes (Tunisia) Djerba
Author of the Latin epic called The Thebaid Statius
New President of Ukraine who played same role in TV series Servant of the People Volodymyr Zelensky
The two sets of four fat soluble compounds (ie. eight in total) that comprise Vitamin E Tocopherols and Tocotrienols
Hindu goddess of love and consort of Kama Rati
Wife of Renoir who is depicted with a dog in Luncheon of the Boating Party Aline Charigot
French realist/impressionist who is depicted in Renoir's Luncheon of the Boating Party Gustave Caillebotte
Passenger ship that sank in Adriatic Sea in 1914 Baron Gautsch
Italian clothing company known for down jackets, founded by Rene Ramillon Moncler
Maori symbol of silver fern frond unfolding, used in logo for Air New Zealand Koru
Japanese outlaw hero akin to Robin Hood - boiled alive in 1594 Ishikawa Goemon
Name of forced disbandment of Janissaries by Mahmud II, and year Auspicious Incident, 1826
Only woman to rule China in her own right (690 - 705), under Zhou dynasty Empress Wu (Wu Zetian)
Major symbol of Iran and Zoroastrianism, depicts a guardian angel and commonly worn as a pendant Faravahar
Dragon that guards the golden apples in the Garden of the Hesperides Ladon
Company that makes Nanoblocks Kawada
German gymnast, won the most medals (six, inc. three gold) at 1936 Olympics Konrad Frey
Most powerful drug trafficking organisation in the world, was led by El Chapo Sinaloa Cartel
Nebula that includes the Pillars of Creation Eagle Nebula
Spain's only Winter Olympic gold medallist - gold in skiing in 1972 Francisco Fernandez Ochoa
Ring name of Bulgarian WWE wrestler Miroslav Barnyashev Rusev
World's largest moorland - found in Colombia Sumapaz Paramo
Three main ingredients of a Negroni cocktail Gin, vermouth, Campari
French composer of operas Mignon (1866) and Hamlet (1868) Ambroise Thomas
Belgian company that claims to be the oldest fine leather luxury goods house in the world, and inventor of the handbag Delvaux
Largest ski resort in Finland Levi
Name for burger where the buns are replaced by glazed doughnuts Luther burger
The chemical composition of an alpha particle - identical to a helium nucleus 2 protons, 2 neutrons
Unit of length - Chinese inch Cun
Unit of length - Chinese foot Chi
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A crore is this many 10,000,000
Greek musician who did 1994 album Live At The Acropolis Yanni
German winner of first ever women's ski jump at Winter Olympics (2014) Carina Vogt
Most common name for Louisiana State Penitentiary - largest maximum security prison in USA Angola
Famous Jamaican dub poet, based in UK Linton Kwesi Johnson
Found in Slovenia, the world's oldest musical instrument, made from a cave bear femur Divje Babe Flute
Proper name of the dragon dance performed at Chinese New Year Wu long
Capital of Euboea Chalcis
Real name of Tank Girl Rebecca Buck
Highest mountain in East Timor Tatamailau
Sculpture term for figure standing with most of its weight on one foot Contrapposto
"Supply creates its own demand" - this law Say's Law
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