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1. How was Suriname formerly known?
a) Dutch East Indies
b) Dutch Guiana
c) New Sweden
d) Basutoland

2. When did Suriname become independent?
a) 4 March 1804
b) 21 May 1842
c) 14 August 1909
d) 25 November 1975

3. Which ocean is to the north of Suriname?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Tethys

4. Which country is to the south of Suriname?
a) Canada
b) Mexico
c) Brazil
d) Honduras

5. Which country is to the west of Suriname?
a) Guyana
b) Zimbabwe
c) Denmark
d) Uruguay

6. Which is the capital of Suriname?
a) Albina
b) Moengo
c) Paramaribo
d) Groningen

7. Which is the official language of Suriname?
a) Dutch
b) German
c) French
d) Spanish

8. When was slavery abolished in Suriname?
a) 1 January 1901
b) 4 April 1896
c) 1 July 1863
d) 9 October 1842

9. Who was Suriname’s first president?
a) Julius Caesar de Miranda
b) Johan Ferrier
c) Anton de Kom
d) Lou Lichtveld

10. Who won gold medal for Suriname in Seoul Olympics 1988?
a) Letitia Vriesde
b) Steven Vismale
c) Ruud Gullit
d) Anthony Nesty

Suriname Quiz Questions with Answers

Johan Ferrier, first president of Suriname.

Johan Ferrier, first president of Suriname. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. How was Suriname formerly known?
b) Dutch Guiana

2. When did Suriname become independent?
d) 25 November 1975

3. Which ocean is to the north of Suriname?
a) Atlantic

4. Which country is to the south of Suriname?
c) Brazil

5. Which country is to the west of Suriname?
a) Guyana

6. Which is the capital of Suriname?
c) Paramaribo

7. Which is the official language of Suriname?
a) Dutch

8. When was slavery abolished in Suriname?
c) 1 July 1863

9. Who was Suriname’s first president?
b) Johan Ferrier

10. Who won gold medal for Suriname in Seoul Olympics 1988?
d) Anthony Nesty

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