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1. The State Hermitage in St Petersburg.

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1. It has more than 3m items, including the largest collection of paintings in the world. Which museum?

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1. Widely regarded as the world’s first pop festival, it took place in California in June 1967. Which festival?

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1 Monterey.

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1. Croatia.

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1. Dalmatia is an ancient region of which European country?

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1. Chet Baker.

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1. Which trumpeter was known as the Prince of Cool?

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1. Simon and Garfunkel's The Concert in Central Park

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1. On which 1981 live album do the performers thank, among others, the Fire Department, and Ed Koch?

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1. Pope Francis.

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1. How is Jorge Mario Bergoglio (born 1936) better known?

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1. Pebble Mill

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1. Until 2004, which Birmingham studios comprised the BBC's Midlands base?

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1. What card game is said to have gained its name from the Galata Bridge which spans the Golden Horn and links the old and new parts of European Istanbul?

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10 best men's jumpers

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Get them away from their screens, out of the house and on two wheels

The moment the robber grabs the cash and handbag

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The man was only several feet away from the exit when he was apprehended

11 best skin brighteners

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Despite recent EU laws limiting the power of vacs, there are still some mighty machines on the market. IndyBest gets cleaning to find the most impressive dust-busters

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11 best scented candles

Fill your rooms with luxurious winter aromas, selected by  IndyBest

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From pretty to practical, IndyBest whips up a list of the mixing bowls no kitchen should be without

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Which scientific phrase was first uttered by the astronomer Fred Hoyle on BBC radio in 1949?

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1. The Rev CL Jackson was also known as 'The Million Dollar Voice'. Who was his soul singer daughter?

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