Romania Quiz

Romania Trivia Questions:

What is the capital city of Romania?
(a) Budapest
(b) Sofia
(c) Bucharest
(d) Warsaw

Answer. (c)

Where is Bran Castle?
(a) Transylvania
(b) Moldova
(c) Wallachia
(d) Banat

Answer. (a)

What is the currency of Romania?
(a) Euro
(b) Pound Sterling
(c) Romanian Leu
(d) Hungarian Forint

Answer. (c)

Which river forms part of Romania’s southern border with Bulgaria?
(a) Danube
(b) Rhine
(c) Volga
(d) Tiber

Answer. (a)

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What large body of water lies to the east of Romania, separating it from Ukraine?
(a) Baltic Sea
(b) Ionian Sea
(c) Aegean Sea
(d) Black Sea

Answer. (d)

Which Romanian gymnast often regarded as one of the greatest gymnasts of all time?
(a) Ion Tiriac
(b) Nadia Comăneci
(c) Ilie Năstase
(d) Gheorghe Hagi

Answer. (b)

Which Romanian-born scientist is known for developing the concept of “hyperlinks”?
(a) Ion Iliescu
(b) Traian Vuia
(c) Gheorghe Dinca
(d) Tim Berners-Lee

Answer. (d)

Who is the Romanian-born actress who won an Academy Award for her role in the film “The Pianist”?
(a) Mirela Oprișor
(b) Irina Petrescu
(c) Romy Schneider
(d) Adrien Brody

Answer. (d)

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In 1918, Romania unified with which other country to form a greater state known as Greater Romania?
(a) Hungary
(b) Bulgaria
(c) Serbia
(d) Moldova

Answer. (d)

Who was the Romanian dictator who was overthrown in the Romanian Revolution of 1989?
(a) Ion Iliescu
(b) Nicolae Ceaușescu
(c) Traian Băsescu
(d) Emil Constantinescu

Answer. (b)

Which traditional Romanian musical instrument is often associated with the country’s folk music and is played using a bow on strings stretched over a resonating box?
(a) Accordion
(b) Cimbalom
(c) Pan flute
(d) Bagpipe

Answer. (b)

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Which traditional Romanian dish is made from ground cornmeal and can be served as a porridge or allowed to cool and solidify before being sliced and fried?
(a) Mămăligă
(b) Sarmale
(c) Ciorbă
(d) Mici

Answer. (a)

What is the official form of government in Romania?
(a) Parliamentary Republic
(b) Constitutional Monarchy
(c) Federal Republic
(d) Absolute Monarchy

Answer. (a)

In Romania, who is responsible for appointing the Prime Minister?
(a) The President
(b) The Parliament
(c) The European Union
(d) The Supreme Court

Answer. (b)

In which year did Romania officially join the European Union?
(a) 1995
(b) 2001
(c) 2004
(d) 2010

Answer. (c)

Which river flows through the capital city of Bucharest?
(a) Danube
(b) Tisza
(c) Dniester
(d) Argeș

Answer. (d)

Which city in Romania is often referred to as “Little Vienna”?
(a) Timisoara
(b) Iasi
(c) Constanta
(d) Arad

Answer. (b)

Which industry is a significant contributor to Romania’s economy?
(a) Agriculture
(b) Information Technology
(c) Tourism
(d) Automotive

Answer. (d)

Romania is one of the leading producers of which natural resource in Europe?
(a) Oil
(b) Natural Gas
(c) Coal
(d) Uranium

Answer. (c)

Which Romanian festival is known for its colorful parades, traditional costumes, and lively celebrations that mark the beginning of spring?
(a) Făgăraș Carnival
(b) Sibiu International Theatre Festival
(c) Dragobete
(d) Transilvania International Film Festival

Answer. (c)

Which is the largest and most famous music festival in Romania?
(a) Sibiu Jazz Festival
(b) George Enescu Festival
(c) Untold Festival
(d) Timișoara Jazz Festival

Answer. (c)

Which currency is used in Romania?
(a) Euro
(b) Pound
(c) Leu
(d) Forint

Answer. (c)

What is the status of Romania’s economy within the European Union (EU)?
(a) Romania is part of the Eurozone and uses the euro as its currency.
(b) Romania is one of the founding members of the EU.
(c) Romania is classified as a high-income economy within the EU.
(d) Romania is a member of the EU but has not yet adopted the euro.

Answer. (d)

Which region in Romania is known for its milder climate, with a Mediterranean influence?
(a) Transylvania
(b) Moldavia
(c) Dobruja
(d) Banat

Answer. (c)

What is the national sport of Romania?
(a) Tennis
(b) Water Polo
(c) Rugby
(d) Oina

Answer. (d)

What is the predominant religion in Romania?
(a) Orthodox Christianity
(b) Roman Catholicism
(c) Islam
(d) Buddhism

Answer. (a)

Which religious holiday is widely celebrated in Romania, with traditions involving the blessing of water and the cutting of ice on rivers and lakes?
(a) Easter
(b) Christmas
(c) Epiphany (Boboteaza)
(d) All Saints’ Day

Answer. (c)

Which famous fictional character, often associated with Romania?
(a) Sherlock Holmes
(b) James Bond
(c) Count Dracula
(d) Harry Potter

Answer. (c)

Which natural wonder in Romania is the largest salt mine museum in the world?
(a) Retezat Mine Park
(b) Corvin Castle Mine
(c) Northern Moldova Mine
(d) Turda Salt Mine

Answer. (d)

Which ethnic group makes up the largest minority in Romania?
(a) Hungarians
(b) Germans
(c) Ukrainians
(d) Roma (Gypsies)

Answer. (a)

Which Romanian soup is known for its sour taste and is typically made with fermented wheat bran or sour cream?
(a) Ciorbă de burtă
(b) Mămăligă
(c) Sarmale
(d) Mici

Answer. (a)

In which war did Romania regain Transylvania, Bukovina, and Bessarabia, regions that were previously lost to neighboring countries?
(a) Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878)
(b) World War I
(c) Balkan Wars
(d) Crimean War

Answer. (b)

During the 1980s, Romania was ruled by a communist dictator known for his oppressive regime. What was his name?
(a) Nicolae Ceaușescu
(b) Ion Iliescu
(c) Traian Băsescu
(d) Emil Constantinescu

Answer. (a)

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