Andorra Country Quiz

Can you name these facts about this tiny European country?
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: July 20, 2022
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First submittedJune 3, 2019
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Capital of Andorra
Andorra la Vella
Official language of Andorra
Andorra is situated entirely within this mountain range
... which explains why it is the country with the highest average _______ in Europe
Countries that border Andorra
Full English-language name of Andorra
Principality of Andorra
Frankish king considered to be the founder of what is today known as Andorra
Due to a legal oversight, Andorra was technically at war with this
country from 1914–1958
The two co-princes of Andorra
President of France
Bishop of Urgell
Industry which accounts for about 80% of GDP
Grandvalira is this type of resort
Ski Resort
Currency used in Andorra
Number of Olympic medals that Andorra has won in its history
Level 69
Jul 11, 2020
I'm not going to lie, for the Olympic medals, I typed all the numbers from one to eighty until I realised I should have probably tried zero first.
Level 68
Sep 19, 2020
I loved that question, even if it's not exactly nice to Andorra... :-D

You could also ask: number of oceans Andorra has access to, or number of Nobel prizes, or number of astronauts.

Level 58
Jan 3, 2021
i typed all of them to 290 before the time ran out and it was 0
Level 72
Jan 3, 2021
Level 56
Jan 6, 2021
Level 57
Jul 27, 2020
Please accept the French name (Andorre-la-Vieille)
Level 62
Jul 30, 2020
Why would they do that? French is not an official language in Andorra and this is an English quiz
Level 58
Jan 3, 2021
Only 6% of the population speak it.
Level 65
Jul 8, 2023
Cringe frenchie user
Level 78
Aug 15, 2020
Tried so many things for the type of resort but didn't think of ski.
Level 60
May 16, 2021
I'm curious, what did you tried? I know of ski and island resorts, and it's obviously not the latter.
Level 62
Aug 27, 2020
Aaron is there a reason you haven't done a quiz about Belgium yet? I'm assuming you accidentally skipped it over.

I'm sorry Quizmaster if I shouldn't have marked this comment as "containing a correction or suggestion" but I would like to bring this to the attention of Aaron and I don't know how else I can do it :)

Level 72
Aug 27, 2020
I'm not sure if I understand you, but if you're asking for a "Belgium Country Quiz", well there already is one featured made by alberici. But I generally have made quizzes about Belgium.
Level 74
Sep 28, 2020
Why would anyone possibly want to do a quiz about Belgium?
Level 89
Jan 3, 2021
Not even the Belgians want to do a quiz about Belgium.
Level 68
Sep 19, 2020
I guess this has been debated elsewhere and at length, but I'm still not entirely convinced that Catalan is a language, rather than a dialect of Spanish, but since Andorra explicit considers Catalan its official language, I understand why the quiz wouldn't accept Spanish as an answer.

Just wanted to say: you ain't foolin' noone, Andorra!

Level 74
Sep 28, 2020
They're pretty similar yes. As a Spanish speaker I can read Catalan without too many problems, although there are some weird words/usages here and there. I found it impossible to understand people speaking in Catalan when I was in Barcelona though.

Catalan speakers usually find it easier to learn English than Spanish speakers, because Catalan has a wider range of vowel sounds than Spanish - not as many as English but way more than the very few that Spanish has. So pronunciation-wise it's a big difference.

Level 57
Oct 4, 2020
Catalan is way closer to Occitan (romance dialects of southern France) than to standard Spanish (also known as castellano => originally the dialect spoken in Castile).
Level 94
Jan 3, 2021
La parla catalana té trets propers a la dels espanyols car ambdues surten del llatí, hi és si fa no fa tan pareguda com ho pot ésser al gallec, el francès, àdhuc el romanès i en tot cas menys que l'occità i el piemontès. Car a eixes dues llengües sí que s'hi assembla força.
Level 82
Mar 6, 2021
The words 'language' and 'dialect' can be as much of a political designation as a linguistic one
Level 52
Nov 28, 2023
Catalan is definitely a language. It obviously has had a lot of influences from (and in) Spanish, but it has a different grammar and vocabulary (and even a somewhat different "phonetical system", if that is even a thing). It's as distinct from Spanish as Portuguese or Italian (and I'd argue that in some cases Italian is easier to understand for Spanish speakers). And they're probably more distinct than some closely related languages that most wouldn't call into question as being so (Scandinavian languages come to mind, though I could be wrong).

And the difference between language and dialect is often a political one, as another commenter pointed out, but in this case the fact is, even if they share a "common ancestor" in Latin, one is not derived from the other. Catalan evolved from the Occitan romance, same as modern Occitan and Friulian, whereas Spanish derives from the Iberian romance, same as Galician-Portuguese.

Level 54
Oct 29, 2020
Gave up with 1:45 left on the clock and 14/15 answers gotten, then I thought "Wait, is it bishop of ____" right as I clicked Give Up. Whoops. This is why you be patient, people.
Level 71
Jan 3, 2021
I've always found it funny that the President of France is randomly a Prince of Andorra too.
Level 75
May 27, 2021
I kept writing 'Emmanuel' of France or 'Macron' of France and not realising why it didn't work.. stupid me