Welcome to DC Trivia! We all know DC Comics has created some of the most beloved characters, stories and universes in pop-culture history. So, to celebrate its amazing feats, we present you with a trivia challenge that will test your knowledge of the DC Universe. From its inception in the 1930s to its current roster of heroes, villains and universes, we challenge you to name the characters, their stories and their powers. So, get ready to show your fan-dom and impress your friends. The clock is ticking and the quiz is ready, so let the DC Trivia begin!
1) Who is the current mayor of Washington DC?
2) Which document is the foundation of American government?
3) In which year did the United States of America gain independence?
4) Which structure is Washington DC's most iconic landmark?
5) What is the name of the National Mall's largest lake?
6) What is the title of Washington DC's city song?
7) What is the name of the national cherry blossom festival in DC?
8) What does DC stand for?
9) How many wards are there in Washington DC?
10) Who painted the Washington DC's Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery's ceiling?
11) What is the name of the Smithsonian Institute's most famous museum?
12) What river is located between Washington DC and Virginia?
13) What is the name of the semi-professional soccer team in Washington DC?
14) What building is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC?
15) Where is the original Declaration of Independence located?
16) Which institution is the largest library in the world located in Washington DC?
17) What is the oldest federal building in Washington DC?
18) What is the name of the city's professional basketball team?
19) What is the name of the city's professional baseball team?
20) What is the name of DC's annual Fourth of July concert?
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