April 8th | Posted In Trivia

Trivia Tuesday!

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Isn’t quizzo the greatest?  Whether you are a New Deck purist who spells it with just one ‘z’, or prefer to win “adult” toys at a round of Kinky Quizzo, you can’t help but to love the thrill of being the only person at your table who can name Arya Stark’s dire wolf‡.

To celebrate my love of quizzo (which is one of the reasons #whyilovephilly), I give you a Philly-focused trivia question every Tuesday.  Answers after the jump.

This week’s trivia question:  Philadelphia is home some big things: America’s largest 10-mile road race (The Broad Street Run), America’s largest track meet (Penn Relays), the world’s largest municipal building (City Hall), and America’s largest regatta (The Dad Vail), amongst others. It’s also home to the world’s largest example of a particular musical instrument.  Can you name it?


(Scroll down for the answer – I’ve been asked to help prevent accidental cheating.)









Answer: The Wanamaker Organ is the world’s largest playing pipe organ. 

‡ Nymeria.

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