Statistics for Portugal Country Quiz #2

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  • This quiz has been taken 399 times
  • The average score is 9 of 20

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
City where the oldest University of the country is located.Coimbra
84%
Capital of the archipelago of Madeira, famous for its bay, gardens, Carnival and New Year celebrations.Funchal
67%
Most universal portuguese poet. Wrote under several heteronyms.Fernando Pessoa
63%
Natural resource, extracted from a tree, of which Portugal is the biggest world producer.Cortiça
60%
Portuguese king, killed in a battle in Alcácer Quibir in the XVIth century.Sebastião
53%
Southern city, famous for its beaches and nightlife, appealing to foreign tourists.Albufeira
52%
Celt leader who fought Romans throughout IInd century.Viriato
50%
Most famous portuguese egg tart pastry.Pastel de nata
47%
Natural reserve archipelago, offshore the city of Peniche.Berlengas
46%
Second official language of the country, spoken by around 35 thousand people, in the NE of the nation.Mirandês
45%
Ancient Portuguese possession,formerly known as Ceylon.Sri Lanka
45%
National song, UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2011.Fado
44%
Bridge over the river Tejo, 17.3 km long.Ponte Vasco da Gama
43%
XVIth century playwright, known as the Portuguese father of drama.Gil Vicente
35%
Head of the Portuguese Government during the reign of Joseph I.Marquês de Pombal
31%
First portuguese athlete to ever win a gold medal in the Olympics.Carlos Lopes
29%
Portuguese diplomat who was responsible to save thousands of jews from genocide during WW II.Aristides de Sousa Mendes
21%
Date of a famous XXth century revolution which put an end to the dictatorship of Estado Novo.25 de Abril de 1974
20%
One of the oldest portuguese wine regions. It takes its name from a river.Dão
13%
Famous XVIth century painter, born in Viseu.Grão Vasco
8%

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