Countries Capitals Test 2

Countries Capitals Test 2

Subject
Capitals
Duration
40 minutes
Total Questions
20
Total Marks
100
Click the above button to start the test, quiz questions are with answers that you can see at the end of the quiz. Followings are some general knowledge and current affirs info
  • Costa Rica seceded from Federal Republic of Central America (Previously part of Mexico 1822 to 23 and a remained Spain colony before 1821) in 1838
  • Capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is Kingstown
  • Currency of Bahamas is Bahamian dollar
  • France was unified as a state in 486 AD
  • India Pakistan third war fought in 1971
  • Rwanda gained independence from Belgiom (earlier colonized by Germany) in 1962
  • Currency of Russia is Ruble
  • Old name of Zimbabwe is Rhodesia, Southern
  • Inventor of bar code is Joseph Woodland
  • Parliament of Denmark is known as Folketing
  • Jordan gained independence from Britain in 1946
  • The starit that seprates India & Sri Lanka is Palk Strait
  • End of Indira Emergency, first non Congress government elected at the centre in 1977
  • Currency of Iraq is dinar
  • Inventor of quartz clock is Warren A. Marrison
  • Ghana father of nation is Kwame Nkrumah (A famous non aligned movement leader)
  • Currency of Uganda is Ugandan new shilling
  • The nickname of Alabama is Yellowhammer State
  • US president Andrew Johnson is known as The Tennessee Tailor
  • Pakistan has still not recognized Israel
  • The National Game of India is Hockey
  • Uzbekistan gained independence from Soviet Union in 1991
  • Currency of Mozambique is Metical
  • Capital of Djibouti is Djibouti
  • Most dry area of the world is Atacama Desert, Chile
  • US president Richard M. Nixon is known as Tricky Dick
  • Capital city of US state Maryland is Annapolis
  • Slovenia gained independence from Yugoslavia (as it dissolved) in 1991
  • Greece gained independence from Ottoman (Turks) in 1821
  • Currency of Burkina Faso is CFA Franc
  • Currency of Brazil is Real
  • Bolivia father of nation is Simón Bolívar
  • Pakistan hosted the SAARC Summit first time in 1988
  • Tunisia gained independence from France in 1956
  • Punjab was divided into three states (Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab) in 1966
  • Largest country without river is Saudi Arabia
  • Zambezi river acts as only (controversial) quaripoint order in the world between Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
  • The canal that Connects the Baltic Sea with the North Sea is Kiel Canal
  • West Indies is a Region of the North Atlantic Ocean
  • US president Chester A. Arthur is known as Prince Arthur, Walrus