The Famous People Quiz: Trivia Questions and Answers

The Famous People Quiz: Trivia Questions and Answers
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The great people of this world have changed and are changing our lives through the power of their personality. Among them are famous inventors and scientists, businessmen and politicians, artists and musicians, writers and other figures, whose name, as they say, is always on everyone's lips.

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1. The outstanding chemist Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev, who discovered the periodic law of chemical elements, was born into a large family. How many children were there?

2. This artist is recognized as the most expensive and popular in the last 100 years, his paintings are highly valued not only by experts, but also by thieves. Which artist are we talking about?

3. In which city was Auguste Rodin, author of the famous sculptures The Thinker, Gates of Hell, and The Kiss, born?

4. Ernest Hemingway was not only a brilliant writer, but also a very brave man. He participated in two world wars, proved himself as a brave fighter and received a large number of splinters. He devoted his work to the theme of World War I ...

5. The famous film director, winner of five Oscars and the Palme d'Or, who gave the world masterpieces of world cinema: "Eight and a Half", "Sweet Life", "Nights of Cabiria".

6. What movie role brought international fame to actor Al Pacino?

7. Nikola Tesla made a great contribution to the development of electrical engineering and radio engineering. What unit of measurement is named after him?

8. Marie Skłodowska-Curie was the first woman in history to win the Nobel Prize, the first woman to be a member of the Paris Medical Academy, and the first woman to teach at the Sorbonne. What chemical elements did she discover?

9. Which scientist is considered the "father of the theory of innate immunity"?

10. Yuri Gagarin was the first cosmonaut to fly into space. What was the name of the spacecraft in which he made his debut?

11. Sergei Pavlovich Korolev designed the first artificial satellite and the spacecraft on which Yuri Gagarin went into space. For his great contribution to the exploration of space he received the award of ...

12. The name of Steve Jobs is closely associated with the era of information technology. He is an unusually talented inventor, industrial designer and entrepreneur who founded the largest corporation Apple. At what age did he design the first computer?

13. Margaret Thatcher was the first woman to become prime minister of a European country. She was nicknamed for her tough methods...

14. This president led the United States out of the Great Depression and turned the nation into a powerful superpower.

15. The famous political and social activist Mahatma Gandhi dedicated his life to fighting for the rights of Indians. What was his philosophy of nonviolence called?

16. Winston Churchill has been called the greatest Briton in history. He is a prominent politician, prime minister of Great Britain, and a Nobel Prize winner. In what category was he awarded?

17. One of the brightest representatives of protest voices in the United States, pioneering musician, author of the hits "Blowin in the Wind," "Like a Rolling Stone," and "The Times They Are a-Changin."

18. Renowned psychologist, psychiatrist, neurologist, author of important works, who contributed greatly to the development of psychology and psychiatry, founder of psychoanalysis.

19. Albert Einstein is the founder of modern theoretical physics. For which theory did he receive the Nobel Prize in Physics?