Welcome to the Costa Trivia! Test your knowledge on all things Costa, from its history to its culture. Costa has been a part of human life since ancient times - from its geography to its impact on the world. From its origins in the Iberian Peninsula to its current day influences, explore the rich culture and history of Costa through the questions in this exciting trivia game. With the help of this quiz, discover more about what makes this beautiful country unique and why it has been so influential over the centuries. So challenge yourself and your friends - explore the history, culture and people of Costa - and find out how much you know!
1) Which is the capital of Costa Rica?
2) Costa Rica is a part of which continent?
3) What is the currency in Costa Rica?
4) What is the official language of Costa Rica?
5) What is the highest mountain peak in Costa Rica?
6) What is the national bird of Costa Rica?
7) What is the name of the national park that is home to the Arenal Volcano?
8) What is the name of the country located to the west of Costa Rica?
9) Which two Caribbean Sea coasts border Costa Rica?
10) What type of government does Costa Rica have?
11) Which famous explorer was the first to reach the shores of Costa Rica?
12) What year did Costa Rica gain independence from Spain?
13) What is the population of Costa Rica?
14) What is the national flower of Costa Rica?
15) What type of climate does Costa Rica have?
16) Which river is the longest in Costa Rica?
17) What type of animals are hunted by jaguars in Costa Rica?
18) What is the main religion in Costa Rica?
19) When is the national holiday in Costa Rica?
20) In which year did Costa Rica join the United Nations?
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