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Countries of Europe: Test Your Knowledge With Our Quiz!

Prabhanjan Borkar Nov 18, 2020
We're quite sure - you've traveled places to this amazing continent and have learnt about it as well. That is why, we want you to take this quiz to prove us right! So, get all geared up to play...
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More than 70% of the country's population is under the age of 35, which makes it the youngest country in all of Europe.
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The country covers an area of more than 600,000 km²; it is about twice the size of Italy!
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Germany's population for the year 2020 is calculated to be 83,783,942, according to UN data.
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Volta derived its name from one of Europe's foremost electrical scientists - Alessandro Volta. He lived here and is remembered among the cities of Como, Milan and Pavia.
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Finland has never seen monarchy from its existence (although there were trials). The only royal person buried in Finland is the wife of King Eric XIV of Sweden, Queen Karin Månsdotter.
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Spanish is the second-most widely spoken language in the world (after Mandarin Chinese), spanning across 21 countries with over 400 million native speakers!
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All 24 official languages of the EU are accepted as working languages, but in practice only three – English, French, and German are in wide general use, and of these German is the first language.
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Croatia is home to the world's smallest town, and the country's waterfront is known as the Dalmatian coast.
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Tallin is the historical and medieval heart of the country. It is named after taani linnus, which means a Danish castle.
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The Alps is the greatest mountain range of Europe, and the original meaning of the word was 'white'.
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Known for its ski resorts and hiking trails, Switzerland, has a law to govern the use of the official languages.
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Germany shares borders with 9 European countries: the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, and Luxembourg.
We're done with the quiz test, now let's see how you have performed.