Welcome to Alabama Trivia! Alabama is a vibrant and diverse state, with a lot of interesting facts and history to explore. Located in the southeastern United States, Alabama was the 22nd state to join the Union in 1819. This state has a wide variety of attractions and activities to enjoy, from white-sand beaches and historic places to sporting events and exciting attractions. With so much to learn about Alabama, let's jump right into the trivia and find out how much you really know about this fascinating state!
1) What is the capital of Alabama?
2) What is the state tree of Alabama?
3) What is the official state flower of Alabama?
4) What body of water borders Alabama to the south?
5) How many Alabama counties are there?
6) What is the official state bird of Alabama?
7) When did Alabama become a state?
8) What is the official state mineral of Alabama?
9) What is the longest river in Alabama?
10) What is the official state fruit of Alabama?
11) Name the official state insect.
12) How many major interstates pass through Alabama?
13) Who wrote the book "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
14) What is the largest lake located in Alabama?
15) Which musical group formed at the University of Alabama?
16) What is the state animal of Alabama?
17) What is Alabama's largest city?
18) What is the oldest city in Alabama?
19) Who was the first US astronaut to walk on the moon?
20) What is the official state soil of Alabama?
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