10 most difficult culture riddles A list of ten (out of 196) culture related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Culture quiz Among which historic people, given names were mostly ending with "ix" sufix? (like Asterix and Obelix)There were no such people. The "ix" ending alludes to the "rix" suffix present in the names of Gaulish chieftains such as Vercingetorix or Ambiorix. However, the meaning of "rix" was "king", so no such suffix was ever present among the names of common folk.very hard 23% RomansRomans7%GaulsGauls66%GermansGermans3%There were no such peopleThere were no such people23%Created by: Nguyễn Ngọc Diễm. Statistics based on 4594 answers in 2 languages »comic books riddles » What is the name of black-haired girl from The Peanuts?Lucy van Pelt. Christopher Caldwell, American journalist, called Lucy the most terrifying character in the history of comics, a combination of zero brains, infinite appetites and infinite self-esteem, who is (for that reason) able to run roughshod over all her playmates.very hard 24% MatildaMatilda34%Lucy van PeltLucy van Pelt24%Peppermint PattyPeppermint Patty17%Sally BrownSally Brown23%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4178 answers in 2 languages »cartoons riddles » How did the tradition of Oktoberfest start?With the royal wedding. Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King of Bavaria Ludwig I, was married to Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen on October 12, 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front of the city gates to celebrate the happy royal event. Since then, Otoberfest is held at the same place every year (except for epidemics and wars).very hard 25% with the royal weddingwith the royal wedding25%with the celebration of German unificationwith the celebration of German unification13%with a folk celebration of harvestwith a folk celebration of harvest32%celebration of the first beer of a seasoncelebration of the first beer of a season28%Created by: Bob Stanley. Statistics based on 4490 answers in 4 languages »festivals riddles » According to tradition, how many people were killed in the great fire of London in 1666?6. The death toll is traditionally thought to have been small, as only six verified deaths were recorded. This reasoning has recently been challenged on the grounds that the deaths of poor and middle-class people were not recorded.very hard 26% 6626%60060014%60,00060,00047%6,000,0006,000,00011%Created by: Jason Beagley. Statistics based on 5694 answers in 2 languages »London riddles » What is not allowed for an Amish?To have mustache. Among Amish, unmarried men shave their face, while married ones wear beards. What is interesting, the mustaches are not tolerated. For centuries the wearing of mustaches by soldiers was a requirement in many armies, and pacifistic Amish wanted to distance themselves from militaristic culture.very hard 27% to have mustacheto have mustache27%to shaveto shave31%to lead the businessto lead the business23%to pay taxesto pay taxes17%Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowska. Statistics based on 590 answers in 2 languages »religions riddles » Australian Gibson Desert is named after Alfred Gibson. Who was he?A man who got lost in the desert. The Gibson Desert was named by explorer Ernest Giles after a member of his party, who became lost and presumably died in the desert. There is almost nothing known about Alfred Gibson apart from his appearance.very hard 28% a man who got lost in the deserta man who got lost in the desert28%first president of Australiafirst president of Australia11%explorer that first crossed Australiaexplorer that first crossed Australia50%famous Australian poetfamous Australian poet9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 7223 answers in 4 languages »geography of Australia riddles » Who brought Mona Lisa to France?Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo spent his last years in France at the home awarded him by Francis I. He brought three masterpieces: Mona Lisa, The Virgin and Child with St. Anne and St. John the Baptist.very hard 29% Leonardo da VinciLeonardo da Vinci29%Napoleon BonaparteNapoleon Bonaparte47%Pope Pius XVIPope Pius XVI11%Charles de GaulleCharles de Gaulle12%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 7906 answers in 2 languages »Leonardo da Vinci riddles » How was the Berlin Wall officially called in the German Democratic Republic?Anti-fascist Protection Rampart. The name implied that West Germany had not been fully de-Nazified. Before the Wall's erection, 3.5 million East Germans defected from the GDR. Between 1961 and 1989, the wall prevented almost all such emigration.very hard 30% Anti-fascist Protection RampartAnti-fascist Protection Rampart30%Atomic Safety WallAtomic Safety Wall8%Wall of PeaceWall of Peace49%Counterintelligence Fortified ZoneCounterintelligence Fortified Zone11%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 7124 answers in 4 languages »Berlin riddles » What nationality was Martin Van Buren?American. Martin Van Buren was the eighth president of the United States. 'Van' suggests Dutch origin of his surname, but the capitalized form indicates anglicised version - like Eddie Van Halen (as opposite to Dutch lower-case Vincent van Gogh).very hard 30% DutchDutch53%AmericanAmerican30%RussianRussian3%GermanGerman12%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 10303 answers in 2 languages »presidents of the United States riddles » Foo Fighters is a well known rock band. What does "Foo Fighters" mean?UFOs. The group took its name from the unidentified aerial phenomena that were reported by Allied aircraft pilots in World War II, which were known collectively as foo fighters (the term "UFO" was not used yet). Witnesses often assumed that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy.very hard 30% terroriststerrorists13%jet planesjet planes30%kung-fu adeptskung-fu adepts25%UFOsUFOs30%Created by: Masahiro Yako. Statistics based on 5113 answers in 4 languages »music riddles » Play culture quiz and see all the questions.