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Epcot Trivia: The Answers!

On Monday we posted some Epcot trivia questions in honor of Epcot's 30th birthday! Thanks to everyone who participated!


Here are the answers:

1.) How many countries make up World Showcase?
Eleven
 
2.) Name three celebrities who have important roles in the Future World attraction Universe of Energy.

Ellen Degeneres, Bill Nye, Jamie Lee Curtis or Alex Trebek

3.) Before being replaced by The Seas with Nemo & Friends, how were guests transported to Seabase Alpha as part of The Living Seas?
Hydrolators and Seacabs

4.) What style architecture is Spaceship Earth?
Geodesic Sphere

5.)What are two Hidden Mickeys that can be found on Soarin'?
On the golf ball and in the fireworks over Disneyland. There is also a blue Mickey balloon on the golf course.


6.) What show took place in the Italy Pavilion in World Showcase up until April 2004?
"Masquerade"


7.) What attraction was replaced by Test Track?
World of Motion

8.) The 17th Annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival kicked off on September 28th. Name five countries (that are not permanent to World Showcase) which are participating in this year's festival.   

Any five of the following: Caribbean, Argentina, Australia, Mexico, Scandinavia, China, South Korea, South Africa, Germany, Poland, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Morocco, New Zealand, Belgium, France, Ireland, Canada, Greece, America (Florida & Hawai’i).
9.) Name the two signature dining restaurants in Epcot. 
Bistro de Paris and Le Cellier
10.) What are the two Hidden Mickeys found in the mural painted by the queue area in Maelstrom?
There is a viking on the ship wearing Mickey ears and Mickey's side profile can be found in the creases of the cruise director's shirt.

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