FIA JOBS General Knowledge Questions

FIA JOBS General Knowledge Questions

1. Which US Civil War general led his famous march to the sea? – William Tecumseh Sherman

2. The lowest mountain range in the world is – Sutter Buttes

3. Which city hosted the 1980 Olympic Games? – Moscow

4. The place known as the Garden of England is – Kent

5. At which US nuclear plant did a nuclear accident occur in 1979? – Three Mile Island

6. The old name of Taiwan was – Formosa

7. Montreal is situated on the bank of River – Ottawa

8. Ice Cream was discovered by – Catherine de Medici

9. The city of Bonn is situated in – Germany

10.The Headquarters of textile manufacturing in England is – Manchester

11.The founder of plastic industry was – Leo Hendrik Baekeland

12. Mercury is also known as – Quick Silver

13. The country where military service is compulsory for women – Norway

14. Disneyland is located in – California, USA

15. Who does Jim Carrey play in the 1994 film The Mask? – Stanley Ipkiss

16. The largest temple in the world is – Angkor Wat

17. The largest dome in the world is – The Pantheon

18. The largest strait in the world is – Malacca

19.The largest city of Africa is – Lagos

20. The ‘Cape of Good Hope’ is located in – South Africa

21. The Heathrow Airport is located in – London

22. The US state Utah is also known as – Beehive State

23. The Patagonian desert is located in – Argentina

24. The person known as the father of aeronautics is – Sir George Cayley

25. The largest auto producer in the USA is –  General Motors

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26. The first country to issue stamps was – The United Kingdom

27. The Pentagon is located at – Washington DC

28. The world’s oldest underground railway is at – London

29. The US state North Carolina is also known as – Tar Heel state

30. The US state Tennesse is also known as – The Volunteer State

31. The US state Kentucky is also known as – Bluegrass State

32. The headquarters of World Bank is located at – Washington, D.C., United States 

33. Victoria Falls was discovered by – David Livingstone

34. Prado Museum is located in – Madrid

35. The volcano Vesuvius is located in – Italy

36. Niagara Falls was discovered by – Louis Hennepin

37. Australia was discovered by – Captain Cook

38. The national flower of Britain is – Roses

39. The Gurkhas are the original inhabitants of – Nepal

40. The earlier name of New York city was – Amsterdam

41. Who was the fifth wife of King Henry VIII of England? – Catherine Howard

42.On which island is the poet Rupert Brooke buried? – Skyros

43.Which is the world’s second largest desert? – Arctic Polar Desert

44.In which Middle Eastern country is the Roman city of Jerash? – Jordan

45.In which European country is the ski resort of Solden? – Austria

46.Which large triangular muscle covering the shoulder serves to raise the arm laterally? –Deltoid

47.What was the pen-name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens? – Mark Twain

48.The river which carries maximum quantity of water into the sea is the – Amazon

49. Who composed the music for Hark the Herald Angels Sing? – Mendelssohn

50. What is the name of the brown pigment made from the ink of cuttlefish? – Sepia

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