Each of these is a quiz question in its own right, but the answers connect to a common theme, which could be anything from plumb straightforward to bizarrely lateral. 1. Which American city is home to two Nobel Peace Prize winners, the headquarters of Coca-Cola and CNN, has the Eastern Continental Divide running through it and has more than 65 streets named Peachtree?
2. Which capital city’s name means ‘northern capital’, to distinguish it from Nanjing, which was the original southern capital?
3. Which is the only city to have hosted the 4. Which capital city’s name is an anagram of that country’s former capital?
5. Which US city’s name is derived from a French rendering of the Native American word shikaakwa, translated as “wild onion” or “wild garlic”?
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