No. 77

1. The 1956 Summer Olympics were the only ones ever played in December, as they were held in what Australian city?

2. What 5th-century bishop of Hippo wrote 'The City of God' and 'Confessions'?

3. In what city would you find the Hermitage Museum, founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great?

4. In what Virginia Woolf novel does the title character spend a century as a man and another two centuries as a woman?

5. What Ohio river is the namesake for the university whose RedHawks have been called “the Cradle of Coaches”?

What’s the "Kennection" between all five answers?

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