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Italy Quiz Questions

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Map of Italy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) Which two countries are surrounded on all sides by Italy?
a) Gibraltar and Andorra
b) Monaco and Andorra
c) Vatican and San Marino
d) Luxembourg and Monaco

2) Which is the largest island of Italy?
a) Sicily
b) Sardinia
c) Elba
d) Crete

3) Which is Italy’s main river?
a) Arno
b) Po
c) Tiber
d) Rhine

4) Who was proclaimed the King of Italy in 1861?
a) Charlemagne
b) Pepin
c) Clovis
d) Victor Emmanuel II

5) When were Papal States annexed?
a) 1861
b) 1870
c) 1875
d) 1900

6) Who is the last Italian Pope?
a) Pius XII
b) Benedict XV
c) Adrian VI
d) John Paul I

7) Which islands were ceded to Greece by Italy after World War II?
a) Balearic
b) Azores
c) Dodecanese
b) Cocos

8) Who succeeded Silvio Berlusconi as Prime Minister of Italy in 2006?
a) Giulio Andreotti
b) Giorgio Napolitano
c) Romano Prodi
d) Roberto Baggio

9) Who won the Football World Cup 2006?
a) Brazil
b) France
c) Italy
d) Portugal

10) Where is the leaning tower?
a) Venice
b) Milan
c) Genoa
d) Pisa

Italy Quiz Questions with Answers

Flag of Italy

Flag of Italy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) Which two countries are surrounded on all sides by Italy?
c) Vatican and San Marino

2) Which is the largest island of Italy?
a) Sicily

3) Which is Italy’s main river?
b) Po

4) Who was proclaimed the King of Italy in 1861?
d) Victor Emmanuel II

5) When were Papal States annexed?
b) 1870

6) Who is the last Italian Pope?
d) John Paul I

7) Which islands were ceded to Greece by Italy after World War II?
c) Dodecanese

8) Who succeeded Silvio Berlusconi as Prime Minister of Italy in 2006?
c) Romano Prodi

9) Who won the Football World Cup 2006?
c) Italy

10) Where is the leaning tower?
d) Pisa

Updated: March 1, 2014 — 12:48 pm

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