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Question 161

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The driest place in the world is in which South American desert?

Question 162

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What city includes a mosque built on top of the ruins of an ancient temple, with hundreds of sphinxes stretching into the distance?

Question 163

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Kaiseki often includes sushi and what other Japanese delicacy that consists of raw fish sliced into thin pieces, but served without rice?

Question 164

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Kaiseki, a multi-course meal with an artistic presentation, Is popular in the former capital city located on the Kamo River?

Question 165

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The lowest point on the continent of Australia is what lake?

Question 166

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Crayfish parties, called Kraft kiva, are popular throughout Scandinavia in late summer, including what city located on the easternmost bay of Lake Malaren?

Question 167

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Chiles en Nogada, a dish of meat-filled chili peppers in walnut cream sauce, represents the colors of the Mexican flag and is popular in the country’s fourth largest city. Name this state capital city located east of Popocatepetl.