Dungarvan: Quiz

Question 1: Physicist and Nobel Laureate ________ (October 6, 1903 – June 25, 1995) was born in Abbeyside,near Dungarvan, to a Methodist minister father, Rev.
Ernest WaltonJohn CockcroftRichard FeynmanHans Bethe

Question 2: In Dungarvan proper, a castle built by King ________ stands by the harbour.
Richard I of EnglandHenry II of EnglandJohn of EnglandHenry III of England

Question 3: Unlike nearby Waterford and Duncannon, Dungarvan surrendered without a siege in the ________ (1649–53).
Siege of DroghedaIrish Confederate WarsCromwellian conquest of IrelandSiege of Waterford

Question 4: Dungarvan is the administrative centre of ________.
County DonegalCounty WexfordCounty KilkennyCounty Waterford

Question 5: See ________.
History of railways in ItalyHistory of rail transport in IrelandHistory of rail transport in the United KingdomHistory of rail transport in Germany

Question 6: It is positioned on the N25 ________ and the R672 and R675 regional roads.
M8 motorway (Ireland)National secondary roadM7 motorway (Ireland)National primary road

Question 7: One of the few major manufacturing facilities for ________ consumer products is located in Dungarvan, employing more than 700 people.
Shire plcGlaxoSmithKlineAstraZenecaVodafone

Question 8: The town lies on the N25 road (________ E30), which connects Cork, Waterford and Rosslare Europort.
European route E40European route E65International E-road networkEuropean route E60

Question 9: Poet Mai O'Higgins was born on ________ St.
Mary (mother of Jesus)Saint JosephBiblical MagiJesus

Question 10: For most vessels (except small dingies) this channel is not navigable at low ________.
Tidal powerTideCurrent sea level risePhysical oceanography

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Dungarvan)