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New Caledonia Quiz Questions

1. When did James Cook land in New Caledonia?
a) 1501
b) 1774
c) I600
d) 1824

2. What is Caledonia?
a) Switzerland
b) Bohemia
c) France
d) Scotland

3. Who discovered Hunter Island?
a) David Hunter
b) John Fearn
c) Thomas Gilbert
d) Kim Hunter

4. Which is the capital of New Caledonia?
a) Balade
b) Vao
c) Fayaoue
d) Noumea

5. When did France annex New Caledonia?
a) 1853
b) 1626
c) 1784
d) 1815

6. When was New Caledonia a penal colony?
a) 1512-1584
b) 1622-1676
c) 1864-1867
d) 1918-1939

7. Which is the highest point in New Caledonia?
a) Mount Panie
b) Nga Peak
c) Mount Darwin
d) Granite Peak

8. Which is the longest river in New Caledonia?
a) Lena
b) Diahot
c) Yarqon
d) Pelotas

9. Who represents France in New Caledonia?
a) Consul General
b) Ambassador
c) Governor
d) High Commissioner

10. What is the original name of Noumea?
a) Port-de-Paix
b) Port-de-France
c) Port-au-Prince
d) Port Angeles

New Caledonia Quiz Questions and Answers

1. When did James Cook land in New Caledonia?
b) 1774

2. What is Caledonia?
d) Scotland

3. Who discovered Hunter Island?
b) John Fearn

4. Which is the capital of New Caledonia?
d) Noumea

5. When did France annex New Caledonia?
a) 1853

6. When was New Caledonia a penal colony?
c) 1864-1867

7. Which is the highest point in New Caledonia?
a) Mount Panie

8. Which is the longest river in New Caledonia?
b) Diahot

9. Who represents France in New Caledonia?
d) High Commissioner

10. What is the original name of Noumea?
b) Port-de-France

Originally posted 2015-04-20 23:31:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: February 24, 2017 — 10:34 pm

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