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European Trivia

written by: Zornitsa
 
This quiz contains some little known facts about Europe - its history, geography and people. Test your knowledge while having fun!

Question 1:


Retsina, sometimes referred to as the wine of the Gods, is produced in which country?
Greece
France
Germany
Italy

Question 2:

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This tree, with fragrant and nectar-producing flowers, is one of the national symbols of Slovenia.
Birch
Linden
Maple
Oak


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Question 3:


The Polish food specialties, oscypek and bryndza are what type of food?
Cakes
Salads
Cheeses
Soups

Question 4:


This French soccer player, who in 2001 was transferred from Italian team, Juventus to Spanish club, Real Madrid, won the 2003 FIFA World Player of the Year Award.
Zinedine Zidane
Thierry Henry
Robert Pires
Jean-Pierre Papin

Question 5:


American artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol, a major figure in the Pop Art movement, is of Slovakian origin.
True
False

Question 6:


Does Luxembourg, a small landlocked country situated in the north-west of continental Europe, have three official languages: French, German and Luxembourgish?
Yes
No

Question 7:


This film style, generally used by film-makers with low budgets, originated in Denmark.
Dogma
Film Noir
Comedy
Surrealism

Question 8:


This bloody battle, a turning point in World War II, was won by the Soviets in 1943.
Battle of Kiev
Battle of Stalingrad
Battle of Moscow
Battle of Leningrad

Question 9:


This modern-day European country, once ruled by Khan Asparuh, was acknowledged by the Byzantine Empire in 681.
Republic of Romania
Czech Republic
Republic of Bulgaria
Republic of Macedonia

Question 10:


Name the guards of the Tower of London, best known for their red and gold dress uniforms, also called yeoman warders.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


 


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