Statistics for Mediterranean Island by Description

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  • The average score is 14 of 23

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HintAnswer% Correct
An autonomous Italian region; its capital is CagliariSardinia
92%
Where the Cosa Nostra originatesSicily
92%
In 1974, Turkey occupied the Northern part of this island country (and still does so today)Cyprus
88%
Where the Minoans lived; you can still visit the site of Knossos hereCrete
85%
Largest Balearic island, its capital is home to a famous cathedralMallorca
85%
Island in the same archipelago famous for parties and jet setIbiza
81%
Main island of a Mediterranean island countryMalta
81%
Napoleon arrived here on May 4, 1814Elba
77%
Neighbouring island of the above, its name can be translated to "the smaller"Menorca
77%
The biggest French island in the MediterraneanCorse
73%
Visitors used to be greeted by a 30m high statue of Helios, which collapsed in 226 BCRhodes
69%
Lagoon city which technically consists of several islands in the Adriatic seaVenice
65%
Located on the Gulf of Naples; Jetsetters love to go hereCapri
62%
Southernmost island of the Cyclades, famous for white houses with blue roofsSantorini
62%
Second biggest island of the above countryGozo
54%
Croatian island, its name consists of three consonantsKrk
50%
This island is where many refugees from Africa arrive; it is only 300 km away from TripoliLampedusa
46%
The biggest island of TunisiaDjerba
38%
Volcanic island; the volcano is famous for constantly eruptingStromboli
35%
smallest island of the Balearic IslandsFormentera
31%
Another Cyclade island; one of Greece's most expensive places, famous for windmillsMykonos
31%
Together with the above, it is the biggest island in the Adriatic sea (their sizes are equally big)Cres
27%
Where Pythagoras hails fromSamos
15%

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