Statistics for A Quiz About Mexico

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  • This quiz has been taken 282 times
  • The average score is 11 of 21

Answer Stats

Hint Answer % Correct
It's both the capital and the largest city.Mexico City
98%
It's the main religion in the country.Roman Catholicism
83%
This kind of natural disaster struck the country (primarily the capital city) in 1985.Earthquake
81%
Cancún
75%
These are the most well-known Mexican resorts.Acapulco
68%
It's an important industrial and business center. It's located in Northern Mexico.Monterrey
67%
Father of the Mexican Nation.Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla
63%
Day when the national day (Independence Day) is celebrated.September 16
62%
The main campus of this university was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
55%
It's the longest river of the country (Use the name given by Mexicans).Río Bravo
53%
This city is known as the Pearl of the West.Guadalajara
51%
This was the first Spaniard settlement in Mexico.Villa Rica de la Vera Cruz (Veracruz)
50%
Austrian archduke who would become Emperor of Mexico.Maximilian I
49%
This stadium can "brag" about witnessing the two best football players winning the World Cup.Estadio Azteca
48%
This typically sweet food preparation can be considered the best gift from Mexico to the world.Chocolate
41%
It's considered the biggest city park in Latin America. It's name means "Grasshopper Hill".Chapultepec
39%
Poet and ruler of Texcoco who appears in the $100 note.Nezahualcoyotl
31%
The sinking of Potrero del Llano and Faja de Oro provoked Mexico to enter this war.World War II
29%
It's the highest point of the country.Pico de Orizaba
26%
It's the national sport since 1933 (Hint: it's NOT the most popular).Charrería
19%
Often considered the national dish, mostly because it has the national flag colors.Chiles en nogada
17%

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