The Ultimate Croatian Quiz

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#1. How many verses were there in the original version of the Croatian national anthem?

There were fourteen verses in the original version of the Croatian national anthem.

#2. Where is Croatia located?

Croatia is located in Southeastern Europe.

#3. What is the name of the oldest continuously inhabited town in all of Europe?

Vinkovci is the oldest continuously inhabited town in all of Europe.

#4. How do you say love in Croatian?

Ljubav is the Croatian word for love.

#5. What is the name of the famous church found in Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb?

The famous church found in Croatia’s capital city of Zagreb is the Church of St. Mark.

#6. Which town in Croatia is nicknamed as “Center of the World”?

Ludbreg is a town in Croatia which is in the centre of the whole world.

#7. On which island is the picture of this beach located?

The Zlatni Rat is located west from the harbour town of Bol on the southern coast of the Croatian island of Brač.

#8. What is the name of the peak of the mountain Medvednica in Zagreb?

The peak of the mountain Medvednica in Zagreb is Sljeme.

#9. One of Croatia’s most famous attractions is Diocletian’s palace. Where is this building located?

Diocletian’s palace is located in Split.

#10. What is the name of the currency used in Croatia?

Kuna is the name of the currency used in Croatia.

#11. In 2002, DNA testing revealed that which grape’s origins are in Croatia, traced back to a rare grape variety known as Crljenak Kaštelanski?

Zinfandel grape’s origins are in Croatia.

#12. Which of these celebrities does not have Croatian heritage?

Priyanka Chopra does not have Croatian heritage.

#13. The capital city of Croatia is:

The capital city of Croatia is Zagreb.

#14. In 1887, Peter Salcher, a professor of mathematics at the Naval Academy in Rijeka was the first person in the world to produce:

In 1887, Peter Salcher, a professor of mathematics at the Naval Academy in Rijeka was the first person in the world to produce ultrafast photography, used to track the trajectory of a rifle bullet in flight.

#15. Which is the largest island in Croatia?

Krk is the largest island in Croatia.

#16. Which unique museum can be found in Zagreb?

The Museum of Broken Relationships is a museum that can be found in Zagreb.

#17. The Walls of Ston in Croatia protected the city from which historic group?

The Walls of Ston in Croatia protected the city from the Ottomans.

#18. What is the name of the region in which the city of Osijek is located?

The region in which the city of Osijek is located is Slavonija.

#19. When was the Croatian Football Federation (HNS) founded?

The Croatian Football Federation or Hrvatski Nogometni Savez was founded on June 13, 1912.

#20. Which of the following cannot be found surrounding or within Croatia?

There are no oceans directly surrounding or within Croatia.

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