Welcome to Maine trivia! Maine is one of the most beautiful and unique states in the country. Nestled in the northeast region of the United States, Maine is home to picturesque coastline, picturesque rocky cliffs, expansive forests and charming towns. Steeped in history, the state has been home to Native Americans for many centuries, the territory of France in the 1600s, and the state of Maine in the early 1800s. Visitors can explore historic sites, take: strolls along the coast, savor fresh seafood, or just relax in the beautiful scenery. With so much to learn about Maine, let's get started on this Maine trivia!
1) When did Maine become a state?
2) What is the capital of Maine?
3) What is the nickname of Maine?
4) How many counties does Maine have?
5) Who is the current Governor of Maine?
6) Who is the current Senator for Maine?
7) Where is Acadia National Park located?
8) What is the largest city in Maine?
9) What is the state motto of Maine?
10) What is Maine's highest natural point?
11) What is the state bird of Maine?
12) What is the state flower of Maine?
13) What is the state tree of Maine?
14) What type of coastline does Maine have?
15) What is the most populated island of Maine?
16) What is the estimated population of Maine in 2019?
17) Who was the first explorer to sail into Penobscot Bay?
18) During what war did the Battle of Fort O'Brien take place?
19) Who was the first European explorer to reach Maine?
20) What is the state gemstone of Maine?
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