The Ultimate Croatian Quiz

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#1. What language is spoken in Croatia?

The official language spoken in Croatia is Croatian.

#2. How do you say “soccer” in Croatian?

“Soccer” in Croatian is nogomet.

#3. Which article worn by business people originated from Croatian soldiers?

The necktie originated from Croatian soldiers, and is worn frequently by people every day!

#4. Croatia is a(n)…

Croatia is a republic.

#5. The capital city of Croatia is:

The capital city of Croatia is Zagreb.

#6. The White House was built using stones from which Croatian island?

Stones from Brač were used to build the White House

#7. In what year did Croatia join the European Union?

Croatia joined the European Union in 2013.

#8. What year did Croatia qualify for the FIFA World Cup final?

Croatia qualified for the FIFA World Cup final in 2018.

#9. Every day at noon, this device goes off by the church of St. Mark.

Every day at noon, the Grič Cannon goes off by the church of St. Mark.

#10. 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.

#11. The biggest _______ was found in Croatia, according to the Guinness Book of World Records?

The biggest White Truffle was found in Croatia, according to the Guinness Book of World Records

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

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

#13. The body of which Croatian cardinal lies in the cathedral in the capital city of Zagreb?

The body of Alojzije Stepinac lies in the cathedral in the capital city of Zagreb.

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

Diocletian’s palace is located in Split.

#15. The most preserved Roman amphitheatre is located in Pula, Croatia, the only one in the world with how many rows completely preserved?

The most preserved Roman amphitheatre is located in Pula, Croatia, the only one in the world has 3 rows preserved.

#16. Who invented the first self-propelled torpedo in the 1860’s?

Ivan Lupis Vukić invented the first self-propelled torpedo in the 1860’s

#17. What is the national tree of Croatia?

The national tree of Croatia is the Slavonian Oak Tree. 

#18. According to a 2009 survey, what percentage of Croatians claim knowledge of at least one foreign language?

According to a 2009 survey, 78% of Croatians claim to have knowledge of one other foreign language.

#19. Which Croatian NBA player was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame?

Dražen Petrović was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

#20. The longest distance ever swum without flippers in open sea is 225 km accross the Adriatic sea. It lasted from the 29th to the 31st of August 2006. What is the name of the brave man who undertook this trek?

Veljko Rogošić swam the longest distance ever swum without flippers in open sea.

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