Saint Kitts and Nevis Country Quiz

Can you guess these facts about the country of Saint Kitts and Nevis?
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Last updated: June 24, 2020
First submittedDecember 31, 2019
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Capital of Saint Kitts and Nevis
Basseterre
Sea in which Saint Kitts and Nevis is situated
Caribbean Sea
Umbrella term for the islands and waters in and around that sea
West Indies
Country from which Saint Kitts and Nevis gained its independence in 1983
United Kingdom
Patron saint after which the island of Saint Kitts is named
Saint Christopher
Most popular sport
Cricket
Most populous and capital city of the island of Nevis, named for a king
Charlestown
U.S. founding father that was born in Nevis in 1757, now the subject of a Broadway play
Alexander Hamilton
Shallow channel between the islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis
The Narrows
Saint Kitts has the second-highest number of these people per-capita,
trailing only Monaco
Billionaires
Country which controls the island of Sint Eustatius, just 10km away from Saint Kitts
Netherlands
Name one of the three Protestant branches to which half of
the population belongs
Anglican | Methodist |
Pentecostal
Technically, she is the head of state of Saint Kitts and Nevis
Queen Elizabeth II
Saint Kitts is the ______ country in the Western Hemisphere, by area and population
Smallest
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Level 81
Jun 25, 2020
And a Hail Mary pass, trying Narrows, nets a 100%! I'm going to be sorry when all the country quizzes are done. I'm learning so much.
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Level 57
Jul 8, 2020
100% - most of my in laws live there, so at least I can face them!
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Level 70
Jul 9, 2020
Nice country :) Just surprised that the saint is already accepted after typing a few letters, where the protestant church options require all letters (thinking of the P one)
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Level 59
Sep 19, 2020
Same here. Does anyone really ever refer to Saints by short or colloquial names? Saint Tom Aquinas? Mother Tess? Jack the Baptist?
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Level 84
Jan 6, 2021
Well the Beach Boys like to call Santa "Little Saint Nick."
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Level 67
Aug 7, 2020
Why do so many of these country quizzes refer to HM Elizabeth II as 'technically' the head of state?

There's no need for the qualification - she very literally is the sovereign/monarch/head of state for 16 separate nation states and we recognise her as such.

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Level 68
Aug 15, 2020
Maybe to give the quiz-taker a clue that the head of state is not the head of government (i.e. a politician), thus making it easier to guess.
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Level 53
Nov 15, 2020
Correct me if I’m wrong, but shouldn’t Episcopalian be accepted as an alternative for Anglican?
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Level 62
Dec 16, 2020
No. They're different.
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Level 56
Jan 6, 2021
Who's up for 196 World capital quizzes? I am going to miss this series...
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Level 56
Jan 6, 2021
I recently watched Hamilton. In the musical it just says he was born in the Caribbean. I wondered which part. Now I know.