Culture questions This is a list of recently added questions about culture. Play culture quiz and see all the questions. What is the meaning of two pillars visible on the Spanish flag?Pillars of Hercules are rocks which are at the west flank of Mediterranean Sea: Rock of Gibraltar at the European side and Mount Moses ("Jebel Musa") at the African side. Colours of flag are not officially explained. Colloquially it is claimed that their meaning is: red - blood of toreador, and yellow - the sand of the arena.Created by: Inesflags riddles »very hard 37% Pillars of HerculesPillars of Hercules1795Faith and WorkFaith and Work461Government and NationGovernment and Nation604King and ChurchKing and Church1925 How many times a day do Muslims pray?5. According to the Quran Allah initially required Muhammad to pray fifty times a day. But Muhammad persuaded Allah to reduce this to five times a day - which counts as fifty if done.Created by: NeterinIslam riddles »easy 79% 1010134551497332281126 What is the Greek name for amber?Elektron. Words like "electricity" come directly from the name of amber. Already the ancient Greeks noticed that this stone has a certain mysterious property: when rubbed with fur, it begins to attract particles of dust...Created by: Marta_Smolarekgemstones riddles »hard 43% particlonparticlon548elektronelektron1909amberionamberion1212atomiosatomios734 How many paintings did Vincent van Gogh sell?1. During whole his life, Vincent van Gogh sold only one painting, moreover to his brother: "The Red Vineyards near Arles" for 400 francs.Created by: Marta_Smolarekpainters riddles »average 64% Over 1000Over 1000534About 100About 100744771063114165 Maria Skłodowska-Curie was committed to her job. Did she have any children?Her daughter was awarded the Nobel Prize. Her first daughter, Irene, decided to follow her mother's life path and received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1935. Her second daughter, Eva, a writer and politician, was known as the "First Lady of UNICEF". She was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 1944.Created by: naypaxscientists riddles »hard 57% She didn't want to and thus didn't have children.She didn't want to and thus didn't have children.2030She was sterile as a result of the radiation.She was sterile as a result of the radiation.1627Her daughter was awarded the Nobel Prize.Her daughter was awarded the Nobel Prize.7684Her sole daughter died at the age of 2.Her sole daughter died at the age of 2.2101 Which of the following is the symbol seen on the Argentinian flag?Inti, the Inca God. The Mayan Sun that can be seen on the flag of Argentina and Uruguay is, in fact, the image of Inti - the Inca God. It is also the symbol of the May Revolution which led to Argentina becoming a sovereign country.Created by: naypaxArgentina riddles »hard 51% Inti, the Inca GodInti, the Inca God4348El Dorado, the City of GoldEl Dorado, the City of Gold1583St. ManuelSt. Manuel495none are correctnone are correct2020 Which UN operation is considered to be the greatest failure of this organization?In 1994 in Rwanda. Slaughter of 1 million Tutsi took place in front of the peacekeeping forces, but the UN Security Council banned any intervention. Despite the dramatic appeals by UN units, their requests to authorize protection of civilians have been rejected.Created by: NymUnited Nations riddles »hard 58% In 1953 in KoreaIn 1953 in Korea938In 1964 in TurkeyIn 1964 in Turkey318In 1993 in SomaliaIn 1993 in Somalia2174In 1994 in RwandaIn 1994 in Rwanda4924 Which major religion is the youngest?Islam. The largest Abrahamic religions in chronological order of founding are Judaism (1st-2nd millennium BC), Christianity (1st century AD) and Islam (7th century AD). Buddhism was created sometime between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE.Created by: globalquiz.orgreligions riddles »average 60% ChristianityChristianity378JudaismJudaism241IslamIslam1555BuddhismBuddhism388 In which country third-gender people are a part of traditional culture?Samoa. Fa'afafine are a commonly well-accepted third-gender people of Samoa. They are male at birth, and explicitly embody both masculine and feminine gender traits. In Samoa, there is very seldom ridicule or displeasure towards a biologically male child who states that they are a girl. Created by: globalquiz.orgethnology riddles »hard 49% HaitiHaiti520SamoaSamoa1873KiribatiKiribati740FijiFiji662 Where is Trajan's Column?In Rome. Trajan's Column - monument constructed in AD 113 in Rome to commemoration emperor's victory above Dacians.Created by: Damian KramekRome riddles »easy 76% in Romein Rome5492in Athensin Athens525in Madridin Madrid632in Saint Petersburgin Saint Petersburg575 Play culture quiz and see all the questions.