Quiz Questions about Denmark

Denmark Quiz:

Question: Which sea lies to the east of Denmark?
(a) Mediterranean Sea
(b) Red Sea
(c) North Sea
(d) Baltic Sea

Answer. (d)

Question: What is the name of the famous Danish pastry that originated in Austria?
(a) Smørrebrød
(b) Kransekage
(c) Wienerbrød
(d) Æbleskiver

Answer. (c)

Question: Which Danish palace was built as a summer residence for King Christian IV?
(a) Amalienborg Palace
(b) Rosenborg Castle
(c) Frederiksborg Castle
(d) Frederiksberg Palace

Answer. (d)

Question: When did the Viking Age in Denmark begin?
(a) 5th century AD
(b) 8th century AD
(c) 10th century AD
(d) 12th century AD

Answer. (b)

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Question: Who was the Prime Minister of Denmark during World War II?
(a) Anders Fogh Rasmussen
(b) Helle Thorning-Schmidt
(c) Lars Løkke Rasmussen
(d) Thorvald Stauning

Answer. (d)

Question: What is the largest company in Denmark?
(a) Novo Nordisk
(b) Maersk
(c) Carlsberg
(d) Vestas

Answer. (b)

Question: Which Danish company is the world’s largest producer of insulin?
(a) Novo Nordisk
(b) Carlsberg
(c) Lego
(d) Coloplast

Answer. (a)

Question: What is the official language of Denmark?
(a) Danish
(b) Dutch
(c) Dushes
(d) Swedish

Answer. (a)

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Question: What is the name of the famous statue located in Copenhagen harbor?
(a) The Little Mermaid
(b) The Big Whale
(c) The Great Dane
(d) The Mighty Lion

Answer. (a)

Question: Which of the following is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Denmark?
(a) Tivoli Gardens
(b) The Little Mermaid Statue
(c) Jelling Monuments
(d) Christiansborg Palace

Answer. (c)

Question: Which Danish island is known for its sandy beaches and dune landscapes?
(a) Bornholm
(b) Fanø
(c) Samsø
(d) Læsø

Answer. (b)

Question: Which country did Denmark lose to in the Second Schleswig War?
(a) Sweden
(b) Norway
(c) France
(d) Germany

Answer. (d)

Question: What is the name of the bridge that connects Denmark to Sweden?
(a) Øresund Bridge
(b) Great Belt Bridge
(c) Little Belt Bridge
(d) Storebæltsbroen

Answer. (a)

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Question: Which Danish company is known for its high-end audio and video equipment?
(a) Oticon
(b) Bang & Olufsen
(c) GN Store Nord
(d) Grundfos

Answer. (b)

Question: Which Danish company is known for its high-quality hearing aids?
(a) Oticon
(b) Bang & Olufsen
(c) GN Store Nord
(d) Grundfos

Answer. (a)

Question: What is the capital city of Denmark?
(a) Aarhus
(b) Odense
(c) Copenhagen
(d) Aalborg

Answer. (c)

Question: Which famous Danish author wrote “The Little Mermaid”?
(a) Søren Kierkegaard
(b) Hans Christian Andersen
(c) Karen Blixen
(d) Peter Høeg

Answer. (b)

Question: Which Danish city is known for its colorful harbor area, Nyhavn?
(a) Aarhus
(b) Copenhagen
(c) Odense
(d) Roskilde

Answer. (b)

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Question: Who was the first Viking king of Denmark?
(a) Ragnar Lothbrok
(b) Harald Bluetooth
(c) Sweyn Forkbeard
(d) Canute the Great

Answer. (b)

Question: Which of the following Danish physicists won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922?
(a) Niels Bohr
(b) Hans Christian Ørsted
(c) Tycho Brahe
(d) Ole Rømer

Answer. (b)

Question: Which company is the largest wind turbine manufacturer in the world and has its headquarters in Denmark?
(a) Siemens Gamesa
(b) Vestas
(c) General Electric
(d) Enercon

Answer. (b)

Question: What is the currency of Denmark?
(a) Euro
(b) Dollar
(c) Yen
(d) Krone

Answer. (d)

Question: Which city is home to the oldest functioning observatory in Europe?
(a) Aarhus
(b) Copenhagen
(c) Odense
(d) Roskilde

Answer. (b)

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Question: Which Danish cathedral is the final resting place of famous author Hans Christian Andersen?
(a) Roskilde Cathedral
(b) Aarhus Cathedral
(c) Viborg Cathedral
(d) Odense Cathedral

Answer. (d)

Question: Which company is known for its iconic furniture designs in Denmark?
(a) Pandora
(b) Bang & Olufsen
(c) Georg Jensen
(d) Fritz Hansen

Answer. (d)

Question: What is the highest point in Denmark?
(a) Yding Skovhøj
(b) Ejer Bavnehøj
(c) Møllehøj
(d) Himmelbjerget

Answer. (c)

Question: Which of the following is Denmark’s second-largest city?
(a) Roskilde
(b) Odense
(c) Aarhus
(d) Aalborg

Answer. (c)

Question: What is the name of the famous amusement park in Copenhagen, Denmark?
(a) Tivoli Gardens
(b) Legoland
(c) Bakken
(d) Fårup Sommerland

Answer. (a)

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Question: Which famous Danish physicist won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922?
(a) Niels Bohr
(b) Hans Christian Ørsted
(c) Tycho Brahe
(d) Ole Rømer

Answer. (b)

Question: Which Danish amusement park is the oldest in Europe?
(a) Legoland Billund
(b) Tivoli Gardens
(c) Bakken
(d) Fårup Sommerland

Answer. (b)

Question: Which Danish company is known for its popular toy bricks?
(a) Pandora
(b) Bang & Olufsen
(c) Georg Jensen
(d) Lego

Answer. (d)

Question: Which Danish island is known for its unique round churches?
(a) Lolland
(b) Funen
(c) Zealand
(d) Bornholm

Answer. (d)

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Question: When did Denmark become a constitutional monarchy?
(a) 1801
(b) 1839
(c) 1849
(d) 1901

Answer. (c)

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