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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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