#27 What's the Kennection?

1) This Spanish city is most well known for its annual Running of the Bulls, which takes place during the San Fermín festival each July.
2) This country is the only place in the world where you can watch the sun rise over the Pacific Ocean and set over the Atlantic Ocean.
3) This European city is separated into 20 districts that spiral out from the city’s center in a clockwise snail shell figuration.
4) If you visit this Southeast Asian province in September or October, you may be lucky enough to attend its world-famous Vegetarian Festival.
5) The majority of Shakespeare’s <em>The Taming of the Shrew</em> takes place in this Italian city. (It’s also the hometown of Galileo Galilei.)
6) This European capital city is nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires.”
7) This United States city served as the country’s capital for ten years while Washington, D.C., was under construction.
8) This <em>intoxicating</em> city in Portugal lends its name to a sweet libation (not the other way around).
9) This African capital city may soon no longer start with P. A recommendation to change the city’s name to Tshwane has been working its way through the courts since 2005.
The flag for this Oceanian country features a raggiana bird-of-paradise in flight.
Ken Jennings was on Jeopardy! 75 times in a row, so long that your grandma got sick of him. He is the author of nine books, most recently the Junior Genius Guides for children. He lives in Seattle.