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Do You Think You Know Spain To Pass This Quiz

Spain, which became a country in the 1400s, has generated a rich culture that has spread over the whole world. There are several facts about this European country, which has a lengthy history. See how much you understand about Spain by taking this quiz!

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What year did Spain become a democracy under the leadership of King Juan Carlos?

1876

2002

1978

1943

1978
Spain transitioned from a dictatorship to democracy with the death of Franco. The nation adopted the Spanish Constitution in 1978, which guaranteed all democratic freedoms—including freedom of speech, press, and religion.

What is this delectable dish known as “leche frita” in Spanish?

Fried cheese

Fried milk

Fried ice cream

Fried asparagus

Fried milk
Leche frita, or fried milk, is made into a custard dessert because it is obviously impossible to fry liquid milk. The pudding is breaded and deep-fried to perfection.

What is the largest autonomous community in Spain in terms of population, with 2.4 million Spanish residents?

Basque Country

Galicia

Ile de France

Castile and León

Castile and León
Castile and León, which is roughly the size of Indiana or one-seventh the size of Texas, is the biggest region in Spain with a total area of 36,381 square miles. With 8.5 million inhabitants, Andalusia is the largest autonomous region in terms of population

What is the entire name of the nation we call Spain, known to the natives as “Espaa”?

Democratic Republic of Spain

Republic of Spain

Empire of Spain

Kingdom of Spain

Kingdom of Spain
Although English people refer to the nation as “Spain,” the Spanish refer to it as “Espaa” and formally as “Reino de Espaa” or “the Kingdom of Spain.” King Felipe VI is the current king of Spain.

The Altamira Cave, known as the “Sistine Chapel of Prehistory,” has all of these species, BUT which one?

Lions

Bison

Horses

Deer

Lions
Near Santander, Spain, the prehistoric Altamira cave has handprints, geometric symbols, and human forms as well as bison, horses, deer, and pigs.

What is the name of the bullfighter in the national sport of bullfighting?

Garçon

Matador

Luchador

Bailaor

Matador
Matador is the name given to a bullfighter. He engages in ceremonial combat in an arena, often dispatching the bull, although occasionally the bulls triumph.

Judaism

Catholicism

Puritanism

Islam

Catholicism
Spain has a long history of Catholicism, and according to several surveys, between 60 and 70 percent of Spanish people identify as Catholic. However, just 10% of respondents say they usually attend mass.

Even if naps could be extinct, what is Spain’s midday break called?

Lo siento

Siesta

Buenos Noches

Riposo

Siesta
It’s time for a sleep after lunch. Despite being associated with Spain, the noon nap was and maybe still is a practice in many warm-weather nations. According to a study cited by the BBC, just approximately 18% of Spaniards nowadays are able to take a siesta on a daily basis.

What is the aggregate name of the network of seashell-guided pilgrimage “ways” found throughout Spain?

Pennine Way

Refugio Frey and Cerro Catedral

Camino de Santiago

Appalachian Trail

Camino de Santiago
The Camino de Santiago, sometimes known as “the Way of St. James” in English, is a network of pilgrimage paths that all lead to Santiago de Compostela, a cathedral in Galicia. Pilgrims who stay in albergues (hostels) along the journey are invariably greeted with a “buen camino” by onlookers.

What catastrophe claimed 193 lives in Madrid in 2004?

Fire

Tsunami

Earthquake

Terrorist attack

Terrorist attack
On March 11, 2004, ten bombs detonated on trains during morning rush hour, sadly killing 193 persons and injuring over 2,000 more. The attack, which had ties to al-Qaida, claimed the most lives on European territory since 1988.

Spain has five external boundaries. Which of these countries does not share a border with Spain?

Portugal

Andorra

France

Germany

Germany
In the northeast, the principality of Andorra is situated between Spain and France, while to the west, Portugal shares a border with Spain. Morocco and the Spanish enclaves have common boundaries.

Name this classic Central American dish comprised of rice and beans that is essential to Costa Rican and Nicaraguan identities and cultures.

Carnitas

Poblanos

Carne Guisada

Gallo pinto

Gallo pinto
Gallo pinto’s precise origin is uncertain and currently up for debate, with Nicaragua and Costa Rica both claiming it. The recipe includes beans that are cooked quickly until almost all of the liquid is absorbed. The cooked rice and other ingredients are then added.

What nation destroyed Spain’s “Invincible Armada,” which was made up of about 150 ships and 18,000 troops, in 1588?

America

Portugal

France

England

England
When the Spanish Armada was defeated in 1588 off the coast of France, it had met its match in the English naval force. The Armada acquired the “invincible” reputation as a result of the fleet’s circumferential sailing, which made it hard to assault. The Spanish invasion was put a stop by Lord Charles Howard and Sir Francis Drake, who successfully commanded a campaign against the Armada with the help of unfavorable winds.

What Spanish city is recognized as the origin of tapas and flamenco and is supposed to have been created by Hercules?

Segovia

Seville

Athens

Bilbao

Seville
The legendary Greek deity Hercules is credited for founding Seville. According to legend, he constructed Hspalis, later known as Seville, on the Guadalquivir River’s banks after falling in love with the area.

What is distinctive about the Spanish national anthem, known as the “Marcha Real”?

It has no lyrics

It has no music

It is under a minute

There are two official anthems

It has no lyrics
There are no lyrics in the Spanish national anthem, although there formerly were. The lyrics were written by José Mara Pemán, a fascist poet, who worked for Francisco Franco’s government in Spain at the time. His lyrics were removed after Franco’s death and the establishment of democracy in Spain because they were viewed as propaganda.

Which great explorer left for the New World in the late 15th century with Queen Isabella’s support?

Hernan Cortes

Walter Raleigh

Amerigo Vespucci

Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus
Christopher Columbus boarded the Santa Maria after receiving 20,000 maravedis from Queen Isabella, and he set off for the New World. In 1492, he “found” it.

What food is thrown at Buol’s yearly festival, which is dubbed the “world’s biggest food fight”?

Pumpkins

Oranges

Tomatoes

Strawberries

Tomatoes
In Buol, Valencia, La Tomatina is observed annually. La Tomatina, a gathering of 50,000 people who toss overripe tomatoes at each other for pleasure, covers participants in a tomato-y mess.

What is the name of the stew-like meat and rice dish that is one of the distinctive trademarks of the Valencia area of Spain?

Arroz el Caldero

Paella

Fideua

Tilapia

Paella
The region’s traditional paella, known as paella valenciana, is cooked with round grain rice, bajoqueta, tavella, peas, rabbit, chicken, and occasionally duck, and is said to be the original recipe. Throughout the Mediterranean area, the rest of Spain, and the rest of the world, paella is made in a number of other well-known regional variations.

This Peruvian-inspired South American seafood dish is often made with raw fish marinated in fresh citrus liquids. Name this delicious Latin culinary staple.

Calabacitas con camarones

Aguachile

Ceviche

Pescado zarandeado

Ceviche
Ceviche must be fresh and consumed right away to prevent food illness as it is eaten raw and not cooked. When served as a main meal, it frequently comes with complimentary side dishes such cooked banana, avocado, or sweet potato. It is typically served as an appetizer.

What is Spain’s longest completely flowing river, stretching 578 km across 20 cities?

Genil

Douro

Ebro

Nile

Ebro
The Ebro runs from the north to the east and into the Mediterranean Sea, making it the second-longest river on the Iberian Peninsula. The Ebro helps the country’s hydroelectric power plants by supplying energy throughout it.

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