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Question: This Bulgarian artist-engineer produces monumental outdoor artwork. In 1976, he stretched a tall curtain 24 miles across Sonoma and Marin counties. In 1985, he wrapped the Pont Neuf in Paris with lengths of beige fabric. In 1991, he installed 3,000 umbrel

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Question: It is said that when he returned home after serving as Ambassador to France in 1789, he brought the first pasta-making machine to America. Who was he?

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Question: Which crew members of Apollo 11 were the first two human beings to walk on the moon (July 20, 1969)?

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Question: Napoleon was forced to step down as emperor of France as a result of a disastrous military campaign in the winter of 1812, in which country?

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