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1. Which of the following countries is the world's largest producer of' coffee ?


2. Where is the world famous 'Mona Lisa Portrait' ?


3. Namibia is a new name of


4. Which of thi following groups of countries is included in Horn of Africa ?


5. Which of the following is one of the seven wonders of the Mediaeval World ?



6. Which of the following countries is the largest producer of cotton, wheat and potato ?


7. Where is Lop Nor ?


8. Which of the following is an OPEC country ?


9. The leading producer of feature films in the world is


10. Buenos Aires (Argentina) is famous for


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