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trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: Which blood vessel carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body?, correct: Capillary, incorrect: Artery,Vein,Nodes, fun fact: The human body is said to have approximately 10 billion capillaries and while they are small, they serve a big purpose ' carrying blood from the heart.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: Asia is separated from Africa by?, correct: The Suez Canal, incorrect: The Dead Sea,Black seas,Ural Mountains, fun fact: Asia is placed to the east of the Suez Canal, and this separates it from Africa. The Suez Canal is an artificial water canal built in Egypt.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: Pinot Noir grapes are used to make which famous French wine?, correct: Red Burgundy, incorrect: Loire Valley White,Bordeaux Red,White Burgundy, fun fact: The Burgundy region of Eastern France is known for the red Burgundy wine. Pinot Noir grapes are used to make this wine.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: What climate is the Southern Hemisphere when the Northern Hemisphere is in summer?, correct: Winter, incorrect: Spring,Summer,Autumn, fun fact: When the Northern Hemisphere is in Summer, the Southern Hemisphere has winter solstice, which marks the year's shortest day.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: In which country did the idea of Fascism develop?, correct: Italy, incorrect: Japan,Russia,Germany, fun fact: The word Fascism was coined in 1919 by Bento Mussolini. This led to establishing the first fascist state, and the ancient Roman fasces was adopted as his symbol.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: Which of the following Asian cities is considered to be the largest in the world?, correct: Tokyo, incorrect: Seoul,Bangkok,Beijing, fun fact: Tokyo in Japan is considered the largest city globally, with a population estimate of 37,393,000 (2021), a Land Area of 8,547 km2, and a Density of 4,400.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: How old was Princess Elizabeth when she became Queen of England?, correct: 27, incorrect: 16,32,22, fun fact: Princess Elizabeth, the oldest of the king's two daughters and next in line to replace him, traveled ot Kenya at the time of her father's death. She was crowned Queen Elizabeth II on June 2, 1953, at age 27.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: The normal resting heart rate for an adult should range from what two numbers?, correct: 60 and 100, incorrect: 1 and 25,26 and 50,100 and 150, fun fact: Heart rate is affected by a number of factors including age and physicality. While the normal resting heart rate is between 60-100 bpm, some athletes have a heart rate between 40 and 50 beats per minute.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: The hottest season of the year is ?, correct: summer, incorrect: Autumn,Spring,Winter, fun fact: Summer is the hottest season of the year, and it falls between spring and autumn,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: The summer solstice marks the point when?, correct: The sun reaches its highest point in the sky, incorrect: The sunsets in the sky,The sun rises on the sky,The sun reaches its lowest point in the sky, fun fact: The summer solstice marks the point when the sun gets to its highest point in the sky. Solstices occur when the Earth's axis of rotation is tilted at about 23.4 degrees relative to its orbit around the sun. ,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: During the Second World War, which German general was nicknamed “Desert Fox”?, correct: Rommel, incorrect: Goebbels,Goering,Himler, fun fact: The German general Rommel was nicknamed “Desert Fox” during his service in the Nazi Army in the Second World War. He called so due to his surprise attacks on the enemies.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: America got independence in which year?, correct: 1776, incorrect: 1805,1798,1810, fun fact: 13 American colonies adopted the declaration of Independence in 1776, which led to the British ceding their reign over the United Colonies, which is today known as the USA.,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: What is the origin of the Vatican city name?, correct: An Italian settlement, incorrect: The first pope name,A name of a river nearby,Old wine name, fun fact: Vatican" is derived from an Etruscan settlement (village) called Vatica or Vaticum, located in the general area the Romans called Ager Vaticanus ( "Vatican territory"). The city's official Italian name is Città del Vaticano or, more formally, Stato della Città del Vaticano, meaning "Vatican City State".,trivia quiz: Game Of The Day 6, text: Which of the following Asian countries is located in an area known as the "Ring of Fire"?, correct: Indonesia, incorrect: Japan,Thailand,South Korea, fun fact: Indonesia is located on the boundary of the pacific plate, in an area which is called the "Ring of fire". This name is coming from all of the volcanoes that are located in the area.
Where is the oldest winery in the world situated that is still in operation today?
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