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Montenegro Quiz

1. Which country is to the south of Montenegro?
a) Albania
b) Croatia
c) Germany
d) Italy

2. What does Montenegro man?
a) Black mountain
b) White mountain
c) White House
d) Black Sea

3. Who was the first vladika of Montenegro to nominate his successor?
a) Honorius III
b) Martin IV
c) Danilo I
d) Alexander III

4. When did Nicholas declare himself the king of Montenegro?
a) 3 March 1895
b) 4 June 1906
c) 28 August 1910
d) 22 December 1901

5. When was Nicholas deposed?
a) 9 January 1905
b) 18 April 1916
c) 19 September 1920
d) 26 November 1918

6. When was Montenegro part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes?
a) 1874-1888
b) 1918-1929
c) 1941-1945
d) 1956-1964

7. Which is the capital of Montenegro?
a) Berane
b) Podgorica
c) Kotor
d) Ulcinj

8. Which is the currency of Montenegro?
a) Euro
b) Dinar
c) Mark
d) Shilling

9. Which is the official language of Montenegro?
a) German
b) Italian
c) Greek
d) Montenegrin

10. Who was Montenegro’s president in 2007?
a) Milorad Djukanovic
b) Zeljko Sturanovic
c) Filip Vujanovic
d) Momir Bulatovic

Montenegro Quiz Answers

1. Which country is to the south of Montenegro?
a) Albania

2. What does Montenegro man?
a) Black mountain

3. Who was the first vladika of Montenegro to nominate his successor?
c) Danilo I

4. When did Nicholas declare himself the king of Montenegro?
c) 28 August 1910

5. When was Nicholas deposed?
d) 26 November 1918

6. When was Montenegro part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes?
b) 1918-1929

7. Which is the capital of Montenegro?
b) Podgorica

8. Which is the currency of Montenegro?
a) Euro

9. Which is the official language of Montenegro?
d) Montenegrin

10. Who was Montenegro’s president in 2007?
c) Filip Vujanovic

Originally posted 2016-06-14 00:00:24.

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