World Currency Quiz

World Currency Quiz

Subject
Currencies
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
  • Currency of North Korea is Won
  • Old name of Tanzania is Tanganyika
  • First and second Gulf wars were against Iraq
  • Currency of Oman is Omani rial
  • Timor Leste (East Timor) gained independence from Indonesia in 2002
  • Inventor of television remote control is Robert Adler
  • Capital of Maharashtra is Mumbai
  • India conducted its first nuclear test at Pokhran in 1974
  • Smallest US state is Rhode Island
  • Capital of Mauritius is Port Louis
  • Madhya Pradesh became state in 1956
  • North Dakota became a US state in 1889
  • Israel came into existence in 1949
  • North pole is located in Arctic Ocean
  • Wisconsin became a US state in 1848
  • Capital city of US state Oklahoma is Oklahoma City
  • Michigan became a US state in 1837
  • Capital of Nigeria is Abuja
  • Capital of Monaco is Monaco
  • Capital of Sikkim is Gangtok
  • Wyoming became a US state in 1890
  • World deepest ocean is Pacific Ocean
  • Inventor of nuclear reactor is Enrico Fermi
  • Inventor of parachute is André Jacques Garnerin
  • Inventor of fluorescent lights is TESLA, NIKOLA
  • The continent that covers one third of earth's surface is Asia
  • Capital of Karnataka is Bengaluru
  • Currency of Italy is Euro (old = lira)
  • The country with smallest coastline (about 4 km) is Monaco
  • Currency of Nigeria is Naira
  • Capital of Bulgaria is Sofia
  • Kargil war was fought in 1999
  • Currency of Jamaica is Jamaican dollar
  • Capital of Queensland is Brisbane
  • Mauritania gained independence from France in 1960
  • Currency of Czech Republic is Koruna
  • Capital of Comoros is Moroni
  • Currency of Somalia is Somali shilling
  • The nickname of Indiana is Hoosier State
  • Renaissance started approximately in 1300 and it continued till 1700