Question: Built in 1908, this Munich tourist attraction plays scenes in honor of the city’s history at 11:00 am and 12:00 pm every day.
Question: The “Hourglass” species of this animal is smaller than usual and rarely seen, found only near Antarctica.
Question: These fictional beings appear human but have two hearts and travel through time.
Question: Time magazine began this tradition in 1927 with Charles Lindburgh.
Question: This song is the fourth track on Pink Floyd’s album The Dark Side of the Moon, and features a long intro that was recorded by Alan Parsons at an antique shop.
Question: The infamous “bridge to nowhere” was an example of this meaty-sounding government practice.
Question: What is the link between the canned meat product Spam and the kind of spam you get in your inbox?
Question: This slightly irreverent and nearly incomprehensible website will provide you with the definitions of such terms as “large ham”, “audible sharpness” and “flat what”.
Question: This region-controlled food is sometimes referred to as pata negra.
Question: Radio bands operated for non-commercial purposes are called Ham Radio: what does HAM stand for?