The Random Trivia Generator

Contribute | E-mail us trivia | Twitter and Facebook | Randomly Generated Quiz | Blog | iOS and Android apps | Sub-categories


Found in Arts & Literature:

Q: What mid-day nap takes its name from the Spanish word sexta, meaning sixth?    A: The siesta
Q: What is the Spanish word for navy?    A: Armada


Found in Geography:

Q: On which of the Canary Island would you find the holiday destination of Corralejo?     A: Fuerteventura
Q: Equatorial Guinea gained independence from which country in 1968?     A: Spain


Found in Entertainment:



Found in History:

Q: What fish was the subject of a dispute between Spain and Canada from 1994 to 1996?     A: Turbot
Q: Which two countries took part in the "Turbot War" dispute between 1994 and 1996?     A: Spain and Canada
Q: What name was given to the fishing dispute between Spain and Canada that lasted from 1994 to 1996?     A: Turbot War
Q: The "Turbot War" was a fishing dispute between Canada and what other country?     A: Spain
Q: The "Turbot War" was a fishing dispute between Spain and what other country?     A: Canada
Q: What year did the "Turbot War" fishing dispute start?     A: 1994
Q: What year did the "Turbot War" fishing dispute end?     A: 1996


Found in Science & Nature:



Found in Miscellaneous:

Q: What is the name of the lively Spanish dance in triple time and typically performed with castanets or tambourines?     A: Fandango
Q: What fish was the subject of a dispute between Spain and Canada from 1994 to 1996?     A: Turbot


Privacy Policy

Click here to return to the main page