The Ultimate Croatian Quiz

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

Stones from Brač were used to build the White House

#2. Ragusa is the former name of which famous Croatian city?

Ragusa is the former name of Dubrovnik.

#3. What is the nickname for Croatia’s national soccer team?

The Croatian national soccer team is nicknamed Vatreni.

#4. What is the name of the coach who led Croatia’s national soccer team to second place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup?

The coach who led Croatia’s national soccer team to second place in the 2018 FIFA World Cup was Zlatko Dalić.

#5. Where in Croatia did people break the Guinness World Record for the longest strudel?

The longest strudel was baked in Jaškovo, Croatia.

#6. What language is spoken in Croatia?

The official language spoken in Croatia is Croatian.

#7. What fraction of Croatia is covered in forest?

One-third of Croatia is covered in forest.

#8. What is the Croatian word for Croatia?

What is the Croatian word for Croatia is Hrvatska.

#9. Which National Park is best known for its 16 cascading lakes and more than 90 waterfalls?

Plitvice National Park is best known for its 16 cascading lakes and more than 90 waterfalls

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

Croatia qualified for the FIFA World Cup final in 2018.

#11. The oldest European calendar, which is a vessel found in the middle of the city of Vukovar, Croatia is the oldest record of measuring time in Europe, dating prior to 2600 BC. What is the name of this calendar?

Orion is the oldest European calendar.

#12. According to the Guinness Book of world records, the smallest town in the world is Hum, Croatia, which has a population of how many people?

The smallest town in the world is Hum, Croatia, which has a population of 23.

#13. 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.

#14. 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.

#15. What is the name of UNESCO protected intangible heritage form unique to Croatia?

Klapa is a UNESCO protected intangible heritage form unique to Croatia.

#16. 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.

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

“Soccer” in Croatian is nogomet.

#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. Mag-Lite flashlights are among the ten most famous American export products. Which Croatian inventor is responsible for inventing the Mag-Lite?

Anthony Maglica is responsible for inventing the Mag-Lite.

#20. Croatians were responsible for one of the earliest hydroelectric power plants in the world which brought light to the city of Šibenik in 1895. Where was this power plant built?

One of the earliest hydroelectric power plants in the world, which brought light to the city of Šibenik in 1895, was powered by the Krka Waterfalls.

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