Europe’s Countries Quiz

Do you really know Europe?

The majority of readers think they know Europe either because they have done a trip around it or maybe because they have lived in it for a while.

But do they really know all about it? Its landmarks, its cultures, and its countries’ most famous cities do they know all these?

If you think you know Europe well, test yourself by taking our quiz (it contains 10 multiple choice questions) and see how broad your knowledge about Europe is.

You will find all the correct answers below once you are done with all the questions. But please, try not to cheat. This is a good chance for you to examine your general knowledge about Europe, and to learn new things you had no idea about before. So, try to be honest and respond to the questions without checking the answers provided below.

Here are the questions, good luck.

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Croatia, Montenegro, and Albania are all part of the Balkans

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This is TRUE. There are also other countries belonging to the Balkans such as Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Greece.

The highest municipality in Europe is found in France

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This is TRUE.

Baltic countries are three, Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia

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This is TRUE.

Traditionally, the Scandinavian countries are four, and Finland is one of them

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This is FALSE. Traditionally, Scandinavia includes only three countries. These are Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.

There are two official languages in Belgium: Dutch and French

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This is FALSE. There are three official languages in Belgium: Dutch, German, and French.

France, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Italy were the six countries that founded the European Union

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This is TRUE.

Russia is the largest country in Europe with a surface area of 12 million sq km

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This is FALSE. Russia covers an area of more than 17 million sq km.

Monaco is the smallest European country

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This is FALSE. Vatican is the smallest European country with a surface area of 0.44 sq. km, followed by Monaco which is the second European country with a surface area of 1.95 sq. km.

Liechtenstein city is the capital of Liechtenstein

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This is FALSE. The capital of Liechtenstein is Vaduz.

The United Kingdom is made up of three nations, England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland

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This is FALSE. The United Kingdom is divided into four nations: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

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