Statistics for Central Europe A-Z

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  • This quiz has been taken 61 times
  • The average score is 14 of 26

Answer Stats

Hint Answer % Correct
DLongest river in the area that also flows through four capitalsDanube
95%
ZLargest city in SwitzerlandZürich
93%
OEmpire that sieged Vienna multiple times (1529, 1683)Ottoman Empire
82%
XElectromagnetic radiation discovered by W. Röntgenx-ray
81%
ANetwork of concentration camps where over a million people were killedAuschwitz
81%
IBoundary that divided Europe from 1945 to 1989Iron Curtain
75%
RRomance language specific to SwitzerlandRomansh
74%
ECountry (1949-1990) known for TrabantsEast Germany
72%
JFirst Pole to become a Roman Catholic PopeJohn Paul II
70%
WSoviet Union and members of this pact violetntly ended PWarsaw Pact
67%
SBirthplace of W. A. Mozart and a UNESCO World Heritage SiteSalzburg
67%
YForm of folk singing typical for Switzerland, Austria or Germanyyodeling
65%
NWinner of the Battle of AusterlitzNapoleon
65%
LCapital city known for its brigdesLjubljana
58%
KGerman-Bohemian author of The Metamorphosis or The TrialFranz Kafka
58%
CBojnice, Buda, Karlštejn, Malbork, Neuschwanstein are types of thiscastles
54%
FCurrency of Hungaryforint
44%
PPeriod of liberalization in Czechoslovakia in 1968Prague Spring
40%
BLargest lake in Central EuropeLake Balaton
39%
HHouse of many Holy Roman Emperors, e.g. M or Rudolf IIHabsburg
37%
MBrilliant Holy Roman Empress, mother of Joseph II and M. AntoinetteMaria Theresa
19%
THighest mountain range in the Carpathian MountainsTatra Mountains
18%
VAlliance of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and SlovakiaVisegrád Group
14%
QHistorical pro-Christian novel by Henryk SienkiewiczQuo Vadis
12%
GEmpire (833-907) of Slavonic tribes led by Mojmir or RastislavGreat Moravia
9%
UHistorical region of Hungary, now mostly present-day SlovakiaUpper Hungary
5%

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