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Belgium Quiz Questions

1) Which military alliance has its headquarters in Brussels?
a) ANZUS
b) OAS
c) NATO
d) SEATO

2) Which is the official language of Wallonia?
a) Dutch
b) French
c) German
d) Flemish

3) Which is the capital of European Union?
a) Brussels
b) Arlon
c) Dinant
d) Liege

4) Which sea is to the west of Belgium?
a) North Sea
b) Baltic Sea
c) Irish Sea
d) East Sea

5) Which part of Belgium is German-speaking?
a) Ghent
b) Hasselt
c) Mechelen
d) Ostbelgien

6) When did Belgium become independent?
a) 1798
b) 1815
c) 1830
d) 1848

7) From which people Belgium has derived its name?
a) Romans
b) Belgae
c) Danes
d) Vikings

8) Which King of Belgium was held prisoner by Germany during World War II?
a) Albert II
b) Badouin
c) Leopold II
d) Leopold III

9) Where was Napoleon defeated in 1815?
a) Brussels
b) Bruges
c) Namur
d) Waterloo

10) Which country is to the south of Belgium?
a) Netherlands
b) Germany
c) France
d) Luxembourg

Belgium Quiz Questions with Answers

1) Which military alliance has its headquarters in Brussels?
c) NATO

2) Which is the official language of Wallonia?
b) French

3) Which is the capital of European Union?
a) Brussels

4) Which sea is to the west of Belgium?
a) North Sea

5) Which part of Belgium is German-speaking?
d) Ostbelgien

6) When did Belgium become independent?
c) 1830

7) From which people Belgium has derived its name?
b) Belgae

8) Which King of Belgium was held prisoner by Germany during World War II?
d) Leopold III

9) Where was Napoleon defeated in 1815?
d) Waterloo

10) Which country is to the south of Belgium?
c) France

Originally posted 2016-06-14 00:00:01.

Updated: November 15, 2017 — 9:03 am

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