Croatia Quiz

Croatia Quiz Questions

1) When did Croatia become independent?
a) 19 February 1968
b) 25 June 1991
c) 12 August 1972
d) 17 December 1961

2) Who was Croatia’s president in 1991-1999?
a) Franjo Tudjman
b) Stipe Mesic
c) Josip Manolic
d) Jadranka Kosor

Croatian Assembly (Hrvatski sabor)

Croatian Assembly (Hrvatski sabor) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

3) Which country is to the east of Croatia?
a) France
b) Spain
c) Serbia
d) Portugal

4) Which sea is to the west of Croatia?
a) Adriatic
b) Baltic
c) Irish
d) Norwegian

5) Which is the capital of Croatia?
a) Karlovac
b) Sisac
c) Dubrovnic
d) Zagreb

English: Sculpture symbolizing the Kingdom of ...

Sculpture symbolizing the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia in Zagreb (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

6) Where was former Croatian general Ante Gotovina arrested on 7 December 2005?
a) Belgrade
b) Skopje
c) Canary Islands
d) Falkland Islands

7) What is the area of Croatia?
a) 12,342 sq. mi.
b) 21,851 sq. mi.
c) 6,282 sq. mi.
d) 5,126 sq. mi.

8) Which is the currency of Croatia?
a) Drachma
b) Kuna
c) Lira
d) Punt

9) Which is the official language of Croatia?
a) Croatian
b) Russian
c) Portuguese
d) Spanish

English: Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, ...

Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, Croatia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

10) Who was Croatia’s prime minister in 2000-2003?
a) Nikica Valentic
b) Ivica Racan
c) Miomir Zuzul
d) Zlatko Matesa

Croatia Quiz Questions and Answers

1) When did Croatia become independent?
b) 25 June 1991

2) Who was Croatia’s president in 1991-1999?
a) Franjo Tudjman

3) Which country is to the east of Croatia?
c) Serbia

English: First Croatian President Franjo Tudjm...

First Croatian President Franjo Tudjman Memorial in Slavonski Brod, Croatia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

4) Which sea is to the west of Croatia?
a) Adriatic

5) Which is the capital of Croatia?
d) Zagreb

6) Where was former Croatian general Ante Gotovina arrested on 7 December 2005?
c) Canary Islands

7) What is the area of Croatia?
b) 21,851 sq. mi.

8) Which is the currency of Croatia?
b) Kuna

9) Which is the official language of Croatia?
a) Croatian

10) Who was Croatia’s prime minister in 2000-2003?
b) Ivica Racan

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Updated: June 14, 2016 — 12:02 am

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