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  Czechia, Má Vlast   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Czech Republic
I borrowed the title from Czech composer's Bedřich Smetana's emblematic symphonic work to use in this adopted quiz about his beautiful country.
Average, 10 Qns, tiye, Oct 24 23
Recommended for grades: 10,11,12
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Pretty in Prague
  Pretty in Prague   popular trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
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For my first photo quiz and 50th quiz overall, we will travel to the Czech Republic and tour the beautiful city of Prague and its environs.
Average, 10 Qns, adam36, Aug 25 14
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The Czech Republic
  The Czech Republic    
Photo Quiz
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Czech Republic is a landlocked country in Central Europe with an interesting and varied past. Here we look primarily at its geographical features...
Average, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi, Oct 27 13
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  A Tour Of Prague   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. If you've ever been there, you shouldn't have too much trouble answering these questions.
Average, 15 Qns, helen295, Nov 20 04
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  Prague   popular trivia quiz  
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Prague is an outstandingly beautiful Central European city that emerged from World War II with little damage. All the main Central European styles of architecture from Gothic to Early Modern are well represented there. It is very popular with tourists.
Average, 10 Qns, bloomsby, Sep 24 20
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  Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic    
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Here are some questions on the beautiful and unique country that is known as the Czech Republic. Let's explore some of the reasons to visit this European country.
Average, 10 Qns, dcpddc478, Mar 29 24
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  Interesting places in the Czech Republic   popular trivia quiz  
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Prague isn't the only place to go while visiting this wonderful country.
Average, 10 Qns, dobrov, Jun 22 15
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  Castles in Bohemia    
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This quiz concentrates on only a few of the many castles and ancient noble residences that dot the Bohemian landscape in the Czech Republic. They're wild, romantic, and as interesting on the inside as they are from without. Have fun!
Tough, 10 Qns, dobrov, Dec 27 01
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  Prague: A City Tour    
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My favorite European city is an architectural gem and a great place to visit. Find out about this friendly and historic town.
Average, 10 Qns, jstagamtome, Mar 19 10
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  UNESCO: The Czech Republic - What Do You Know?    
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Did you know that the Czech Republic has many sites entered on the UNESCO World Heritage list? I will give a description, and you name the place.
Average, 10 Qns, lampshade56, Jun 09 14
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How many Metro lines does Prague have?

From Quiz "Prague"

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Czech Republic Trivia Questions

1. In which town will you find the Festival of the Five-Petalled Rose every August? There is also an International Music Festival held in this town, which is situated about 180 km south of Prague.

From Quiz
UNESCO: The Czech Republic - What Do You Know?

Answer: Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is also known as Krumau in German (which translates as "place on a crooked meadow"). Incidentally, the first written reference to the town appeared in the 15th century under the name Chrumberiouwe.

2. What could you expect to see at the Muzeum Marionet in Cesky Krumlov?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Puppets

Puppet shows are a big part of Czech culture. This museum is housed in a Gothic building which was, at one time, the Church of St. Jobst. It is home to the largest puppet collection in the world. It contains a large theater in which marionette shows are put on daily. The puppets found here are very elaborate works of art. Puppetry in the Czech Republic is a form of adult entertainment as well as a form of children's entertainment, and is a source of much national pride. Numerous puppet festivals are held around the country throughout the year.

3. On arriving at Prague Ruzyne Airport you take a taxi to your hotel, located near Prague Castle. In which district of Prague is the castle?

From Quiz A Tour Of Prague

Answer: Hradcany

Prague Castle was first built in the 9th century, although it has been rebuilt several times since then. The castle is open to the public and the changing of the guard takes place there every day.

4. This city's name means 'Castle of the Queen'.

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Hradec Kralove

Hradec Kralove is a lovely town with interesting architecture and great night life.

5. Prague is the capital of which nation-state?

From Quiz Prague

Answer: Czech Republic & The Czech Republic & Czechia

The use of the name 'Czechia' is rare. The country is usually referred to as the 'Czech Republic'.

6. Four countries border the Czech Republic: Poland; Germany; Slovakia and which is the fourth one?

From Quiz Czechia, Má Vlast

Answer: Austria

The Czech Republic, located in Central Europe, is a landlocked country with a diverse and picturesque geography. It shares its borders with four neighboring countries: Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east, and Poland to the north. The country's landscape is characterized by rolling hills, lush forests, and fertile plains, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. The Vltava River, which flows through the capital city of Prague, is a prominent geographical feature, while the rugged Bohemian and Moravian highlands add to the country's natural beauty. The Czech Republic's central location in Europe has played a pivotal role in its history and culture, and its borders have witnessed centuries of historical events and interactions as part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which dominated Central Europe and the Northern Balkans, and in the second half of the 20th century as part of the Warsaw Bloc, the bloc of countries that were overtaken by communism after WWII.

7. Make plans to visit which region if you want to view the unusual rock formation known as the Adrspach-Teplice Rocks?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Bohemia

The Adrspach-Teplice Rocks are an area of unusual rock formations that look like giants have piled rocks on top of each other in a manner similar to a child playing with blocks. Well-marked paths will take you through pristine wooded areas to these out-of-place formations that have become extremely popular with rock-climbing enthusiasts. This area has also become one of the largest permanent breeding grounds of the magnificent Peregrine Falcon.

8. After checking into your hotel, you begin exploring the city. First, you decide to take a boat trip on the river which runs through the centre of Prague. Which river is this?

From Quiz A Tour Of Prague

Answer: Vltava

The Vltava River is the longest river in the Czech Republic.

9. This town was famous for its silver mines in the middle ages.

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora is a UNESCO world heritage site and a beautiful day-trip from Prague.

10. In 1771, this place was the seat of the Bishops of Olomouc. It is located at the foot of the Chriby Hills in Central Moravia, and boasts a beautiful chateau and gardens. The gallery there houses a major collection of European art. Name it.

From Quiz UNESCO: The Czech Republic - What Do You Know?

Answer: Kromeriz

Many beautiful paintings can be found in the gallery. These include the works of painters such as Titian, Paolo Verenese, Jacopo Bassano and Lucas Cranach.

11. A wonderful place to see while in the Czech Republic is "The Dancing House", which is located in what city?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Prague

The Dancing House, located in the capital city of Prague, is a must-see for any visitor to the country. The real name of the building in the Nationale-Nederlanden building. The unusual design of the building has led to nicknames such as the Dancing House, the Drunk House, and Ginger and Fred. This eight-story building twists and turns and almost appears to move. It is just one of the many wonderful attractions to be found in Prague.

12. From the river you can see the Petrin View Tower, a 60m high tower which was built at the end of the 19th century. It looks very much like another famous tower. Which one?

From Quiz A Tour Of Prague

Answer: Eiffel Tower

The Petrin View Tower was built at the end of the 19th century as part of the Jubilee Exhibition. The architects based their design on the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Visitors are treated to a spectacular view of Prague - after they have climbed the 299 steps to the top!

13. This town was once a Hussite fortress.

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Tabor

When visiting Tabor, don't miss the Hussite museum.

14. A vast and most impressive complex of buildings dominates the skyline of central Prague. What is it?

From Quiz Prague

Answer: Prague Castle

Prague Castle is a vast complex of buildings, including a large Baroque and Rococo palace (17th and 18th centuries), the Old Royal Palace, St. Vitus's Cathedral (Gothic and Neo-Gothic), St George's Basilica (Romanesque) - and much else besides. Some scholars believe Prague Castle played a part in inspiring Kafka's novel 'The Castle'. As the Czech lands were under foreign rule for centuries, Prague Castle was widely seen as both a symbol of oppressive foreign rule *and* a source of national pride.

15. Another point of interest in the Czech Republic is the city of Plzeň also known as Plzen, which is famous for what potent potable?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Pilsner

The city of Plzeň lends itself to a type of pale lager known as pilsner. This drink has a fairly low alcohol level, and has a slightly sweet taste. The city of Plzeň has had breweries since the 13th century. The brewing of beer has been an integral part of area cultures for centuries. After touring the hops fields in the area, a nice pilsner might be just the thing to wet your whistle. After you've done this tour, you might be interested in touring the underground tunnel system that runs throughout the town. The tunnels were constructed in the 14th century for defence, and to hide and transport pilsner.

16. A small(ish) Renaissance manor is set just off the square of the pretty hill town of Nove Mesto nad Metuji. The building is picturesque and the gardens are lovely, but the big draw are the interiors. What style do they exemplify?

From Quiz Castles in Bohemia

Answer: Secesse (Jugendstyl)

The manor was purchased in 1901 by the Bartons, a wealthy family of industrialists. They redid the lower rooms in Secesse (Czech Jugendstyl) style and each room is a harmony of brasswork, elaborate porcelain tiles and decorations, frescos, rugs and furnishings. Apparently the Barton family now owns the place again and is doing it proud. It's one of a kind.

17. This town became a notorious Nazi internment camp during World War II.

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Terezin

It's better known outside the Czech Republic by its German name - Teresienstadt.

18. The oldest - and most famous - bridge in Prague is named after a king. Which one?

From Quiz Prague

Answer: Charles IV

He was King Charles IV of Bohemia, of Germany and also Holy Roman Emperor - in all cases as Charles IV. The bridge is an ornate stone structure, with towers at both ends. On both sides of there are statues, mainly dating from the 17th century. The Czech name for the bridge is Karluv Most.

19. Vaclav Havel, the last President of Czechoslovakia and the first President of the Czech Republic was, also, very well known in another field. What was he?

From Quiz Czechia, Má Vlast

Answer: Author and poet

Born 5 October 1936, in Prague, prominent Czech playwright, essayist, dissident, and politician Vaclav Havel became a leading figure in the dissident movements during the communist era in Czechoslovakia and played a leading role in the transition of Czechoslovakia from a communist regime to a democratic nation. His works, which included plays like "The Garden Party" and "The Memorandum," were not only critically acclaimed but also served as subtle critiques of the authoritarian regime. Following the Velvet Revolution in 1989, which peacefully toppled the communist government, Havel became the first president of the newly formed Czechoslovakia and later the Czech Republic when the country peacefully split into two in 1993. He served as the Czech Republic's president until 2003. Havel passed away on December 18, 2011, leaving behind a lasting legacy as a symbol of the struggle for democracy and human rights not only in his country but worldwide.

20. Spread between the small towns of Lednice and Valtice, this Baroque complex of buildings displays various architectural styles set amongst the woods and ponds. There are also plenty of hiking and biking trails. Where is it?

From Quiz UNESCO: The Czech Republic - What Do You Know?

Answer: The Lednice-Valtice Area

The Lednice-Valtice Area area combines unrivaled natural scenery with two beautiful chateaus. Created by the Liechtenstein family, the Lednice-Valtice Area has been posited as "the largest man-made area in Europe". The Dyje River forms the northern and eastern borders.

21. One point of interest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in 1240, which is known as what?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Cesky Krumlov Castle

The Czech Republic has many beautiful castles. Among these is the Cesky Krumlov Castle, built in the late 13th century near the Vltava River. The castle and the surrounding town were owned by the House of Rosenberg until they were bought by Emperor Rudolf II in 1602. Located in the southern part of the country, this castle and the surrounding town are a wonderful mixture of Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance styles. This beautiful and historic city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. If you visit, don't forget to bring your camera!

22. Shopping in Prague is an experience. What type of items are you most likely to see as you browse among the shops?

From Quiz Prague: A City Tour

Answer: Garnet jewelry, art glass, and porcelain

The garnet trade is everywhere due to the nearby mines, and the Czech republic has a long tradition of glassmaking of both traditional and modern designs. A number of companies making fine ceramics are also located there.

23. The bridge takes you from Mala Strana, the 'Lesser Town', straight into the heart of Stare Mesto, the 'Old Town'. You notice a large crowd of tourists looking up at the wall of the Old Town Hall. Which famous attraction are they looking at?

From Quiz A Tour Of Prague

Answer: Astronomical clock

Every hour, a door opens at the top of the clock displaying moving figures of the twelve apostles. The bottom part of the clock features the signs of the zodiac painted by Josef Manes.

24. The battle of Austerlitz was fought here in 1805.

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Slavkov

Slavkov is a village about 30k from Brno and the battlefield is well worth a look.

25. On which river is Prague?

From Quiz Prague

Answer: The Vltava

Moldau is the German name for the river. The Vltava is a tributary of the Elbe. The Danube and the Inn don't flow through the Czech Republic.

26. The capital of the Czech Republic, this historical centre is more than ten centuries old. An anonymous poet described this city as "a symphony in stone" and "a city of a hundred spires". Which city is it?

From Quiz UNESCO: The Czech Republic - What Do You Know?

Answer: Prague

Prague is a city full to bursting with historical, cultural, architectural and natural attractions. For instance, Prague Castle is, according to "The Guinness Book of Records", the largest castle in the world. Founded in the second half of the 9th century, it was formerly the home of royalty. In modern times, presidents have resided there.

27. In the city of Olomouc is a tall Baroque monument built in honor of God by practitioners of which faith?

From Quiz Why You Might Want to Czech Out the Czech Republic

Answer: Catholicism

Built between 1716-1754, The Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc is a spectacular monument built in gratitude after the end of a plague. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000, this column was built by local Catholic artists and craftsman. It has numerous depictions of saints who are related to the city in some way. The column also contains a small chapel with many religious carvings on the walls and the ceilings. Located on the eastern part of the country on the Morava River, this city has many wondrous sites to see, including Saint Wenceslas Cathedral, built in Jeffrey 1107, and the Olomouc Astronomical Clock.

28. Whilst in the Old Town you decide to spend some of your money in one of the many gift shops. What is the national currency used in the Czech Republic?

From Quiz A Tour Of Prague

Answer: Koruna

Bohemian crystal is one of the most famous products of Prague and you will find many shops selling a huge variety of crystal ornaments. Puppet-making is another traditional local craft.

29. Urquell and Gambrinus are both great beers. Which town do they come from?

From Quiz Interesting places in the Czech Republic

Answer: Plzen

Budvar (the original Budweiser) comes from Ceske Budejovice.

30. The late 19th and early 20th part of the city contains a well known (oblong) square, named after a medieval king. What is it called?

From Quiz Prague

Answer: Wenceslas Square

This square, which has the dimensions of a grandiose boulevard (about 750 x 60 metres), rises towards the Czech National Museum. The square also has some fine architecture of the Central European "secession" (of 1897 onwards). The Hotel Evropa is widely considered the most noteworthy example.

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