Croatia is a country located in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Slovenia to the north, Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, and Montenegro to the southeast. Croatia also has a coastline along the Adriatic Sea. Croatia has a long and fascinating history, with its beginnings tracing back to the 7th century. Since then, it has been part of many empires and kingdoms, including the Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungary. In 1991, Croatia declared independence, and it is now a member of the European Union. Croatia is renowned for its beautiful scenery, with pristine beaches, idyllic islands, and stunning mountain ranges. It is also home to many of the world's most popular tourist attractions such as the historic city of Dubrovnik and the Plitvice Lakes National Park. So, come test your knowledge about Croatia with this trivia template!
1) How many national parks are there in Croatia?
2) Which of the following cities is the capital of Croatia?
3) Croatia is located in which continent?
4) What is the currency of Croatia?
5) What is Croatia's highest mountain?
6) What is the name of Croatia's main seaport?
7) In what year did Croatia gain independence?
8) Who was the first President of Croatia?
9) With which other country does Croatia have a maritime boundary?
10) Apart from the mainland, which other two countries form Croata?
11) What is the official language of Croatia?
12) What is the national flower of Croatia?
13) What is the name of the largest lake in Croatia?
14) What is the largest island in Croatia?
15) How many counties does Croatia have?
16) What is the traditional Croatian greeting?
17) What is the traditional Croatian dish?
18) What river runs through Croatia and Serbia?
19) What is the national animal of Croatia?
20) When does Croatia celebrate Statehood Day?
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