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Which tree is the hardest?

Which tree is the hardest?

  • Birch
  • Oak
  • Pine
  • Eucalyptus

Amazing facts

The oldest and biggest birches can be up to 40 meters high, with the diameter of the lower part of the trunk reaching 1.5 m. The tree is amazingly adaptive and can grow both in marshes and in stony deserts.

The hardest tree in the world is the iron birch (Betula schmidtii). It is so hard that it is impossible to cut with an axe, and its processing needs special equipment.

Who lives at 10 Downing Street?

  • The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  • The Vice President of the United States
  • The Prime Minister of Ireland
  • The Vice President of Switzerland

Amazing facts

Since 1735, 10 Downing Street in London has been the official residence of the Prime Minister of Great Britain.

10 Downing Street is the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury who is also Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland since 1905.

Which vegetable is in the picture?

  • Eggplant
  • Melon
  • Squash
  • Celery

Amazing facts

The only edible part of eggplant is the fruit.

In the botanical sense, eggplant is a berry, and in the culinary sense it is considered a vegetable.

Which material doesn't conduct electricity?

  • Rubber
  • Copper
  • Graphite
  • Iron

Amazing facts

Rubber or electrician gloves are used by electricians as a protective equipment against electric shock. next q

Rubber can't conduct electricity because it doesn't contain electro-conducting components.

Which country invented ink, macaroni and the toothbrush?

  • China
  • Egypt
  • Italy

Amazing facts

Moreover, China also invented gunpowder, the fork, banknotes, restaurant menu, toilet paper and many other things that have become an integral part of everyday life.

It is common knowledge that the Chinese population is the largest in the world. The Chinese are very diligent, hardworking and inquisitive people, which explains how they managed to come up with so many incredible inventions.

What cheese is traditionally served with spaghetti?

  • Parmesan
  • Mozzarella
  • Dorblu
  • Maasdam

Amazing facts

Spaghetti originated in Naples and got their name from Antonio Viviani in 1842, as they looked like small pieces of string, from the Italian word "spago.

Parmesan was eaten in Italy as early as in the 13th century. "The Decameron" mentions a fascinating town Bengodi: “a mountain, all of grated Parmesan cheese", on which "dwell folk that do nought else but make macaroni and ravioli.

What is Italian parmesan?

  • Cheese
  • Salad
  • Soup
  • Dessert

Amazing facts

A human body more easily digests the protein of cheese than of milk.

Parmesan is a popular Italian cheese. The first written mention of this cheese dates back to the 12th century, and the basic parmesan recipe has been known since then.

What animal does Tom chase in the famous cartoon 'Tom and Jerry'?

  • Mouse
  • Bug
  • Snake
  • Duck

Amazing facts

The first episode of Tom and Jerry was released in 1940.

Tom is an anthropomorphic grey cat who chases a little mouse called Jerry in the popular cartoon 'Tom and Jerry'.

Which voyage was the last for the famous ship Titanic?

  • First
  • Third
  • Seventh
  • Eleventh

Amazing facts

For decades, it was believed that the ship sank unbroken, but the later studies have shown that it cracked in two. Its fore and stern parts lie at the bottom at a distance of 600 meters from each other.

The first voyage of the Titanic was its last. From 1985 to 2010, 17 expeditions were made to the wreckage of the "Titanic", and more than 5,000 items were raised to the surface.

Which city is the capital of Wales?

  • Cardiff
  • London
  • Notting
  • Halifax

Amazing facts

There is a huge yew tree In North Wales, which is about 4,000 years old. This tree is one of the oldest in Europe.

It cannot possibly be called a megalopolis because the city has a population of 350,000.