Enjoyable Trivia Quiz Questions With Solutions For Hogmanay, Burns Night Or Scottish Parties!

Enjoyable Trivia Quiz Questions With Solutions For Hogmanay, Burns Night Or Scottish Parties!

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HubPages» Holidays and Celebrations Enjoyable Trivia Quiz Questions with Solutions for Hogmanay, Burns Evening or Scottish Events! Up to date on August 11, 2017 Adele Cosgrove-Bray moreAdele Cosgrove-Bray a novelist, poet, and artist who lives on the Wirral peninsula in England.

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Burns Night is held yearly on January twenty fifth, and celebrates the life and work of Scotland's hottest poet.

Robert Burns, or Robbie 'The Bard' Burns, or the Ploughman Poet as he is sometimes known as, has change into an icon for contemporary Scottish culture, and each year on his birthday people gather to take pleasure in a cheerful evening of traditional Scottish food and drink, and to recite some of Burns' many poems and songs.

This free quiz can be utilized at any Burns Night time event or Scottish social gathering to add to the enjoyable, and likewise to coach those that maybe might not know so much about one among Scotland's most nicely beloved and well-known personages.

The solutions to the quiz are shown in italics directly next to the questions.

Ten Quiz Questions for Burns Evening or Scottish Parties! 1) What is the capital metropolis of Scotland? Edinburgh.

2) What well-known building sits on top of an extinct volcano in Edinburgh? The castle.

Three) What number of counties are there in Scotland? 32.

4) Which Scottish metropolis is home to a world famous school of art? Glasgow.

5) Title Scotland’s most well-recognized comic. Billy Connelly.

6) What's the identify of Scotland’s most famous monster? Nessie or The Loch Ness Monster.

7) When someone talks about Munro Bagging, what are they referring to? Climbing mountains.

8) Name Britain’s highest mountain. Ben Nevis.

9) Whereabouts in Scotland is Ben Nevis? At the western finish of the Grampian Mountains, within the Lochaber space of the Highlands, near Fort William.

10) What is haggis historically made from? Sheep’s stomach filled with diced heart, liver and kidney, oat, suet, spices and salt.

New Fiction from the Writer of this Quiz! Ten Extra Quiz Questions for Burns Night time or Scottish Events! Eleven) What kind of meals is Selkirk Bannock? A fruity flat cake much like a big flat scone.

12) What's an Arbroath Smokie? Salted smoked haddock.

13) In accordance with tradition, who was the primary king of Scotland? Coinneach mac Ailpein (in English: Kenneth MacAlpin.)

14) Identify Scotland’s final reigning monarch. Queen Anne.

15) Which famous Scot invented television? John Logie Baird.

16) Which well-known Scot invented telephones? Alexander Graham Bell.

17) Name the chapel, south of Edinburgh, which has been linked to the Knights Templar, Freemasons and contemporary conspiracy theories? Rosslyn Chapel.

18) What assembles at Holyrood Palace? The Scottish Parliament.

19) Name the attractive viaduct which options in the Harry Potter films. The Glenfinnan Viaduct.

20) Who’s birthday is celebrated on January 25th? Robert Burns.

Quiz Group T-shirts! One other Ten Quiz Questions for Burns Evening or Scottish Parties! 21) What 12 months was Robert Burns born in? 1759.

22) What food would a typical Burns Night time Supper embody? Haggis.

23) With which drink would the ladies present be toasted? Scotch whisky.

24) And what can be recited? Robert Burns’ poetry.

25) Which of Burns’ poems could be read because the haggis was set down on the dining table?

Tackle to a Haggis.

26) Which of Burns’ works is usually sung at Hogmanay? Auld Lang Syne.

27) The place is Burns’ mausoleum? St Michael’s Churchyard in Dumfries.

28) In addition to poetry, what did Robert Burns also write? Songs and political or social commentaries.

29) In 2009, Scottish television viewers voted Robert Burns as being what? The greatest Scot.

30) Which Burns’ music served for a very long time as Scotland’s unofficial national anthem? Scots Wha Hae.

© 2011 Adele Cosgrove-Bray

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Brief description: HubPages» Holidays and Celebrations Fun Trivia Quiz Questions with Solutions for Hogmanay, Burns Night time or Scottish Events! Updated on August 11, 2017 Adele Cosgrove-Bray moreAdele Cosgrove-Bray a novelist, poet, and artist who lives on the Wirral peninsula in England.
Enjoyable Trivia Quiz Questions With Solutions For Hogmanay, Burns Night Or Scottish Parties!

Enjoyable Trivia Quiz Questions With Solutions For Hogmanay, Burns Night Or Scottish Parties!

HubPages» Holidays and Celebrations Fun Trivia Quiz Questions with Solutions for Hogmanay, Burns Night time or Scottish Events! Updated on August 11, 2017 Adele Cosgrove-Bray moreAdele Cosgrove-Bray a novelist, poet, and artist who lives on the Wirral peninsula in England.

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