BULGARIA'S MONTHLY QUIZ

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St Aleksandr Nevskiy in Sofia St Aleksandr Nevskiy in Sofia © Anthony Georgieff

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1. Which church in Sofia has a crypt with a major icons exhibition?
A. St Aleksandr Nevskiy
B. St Sofia
C. St George

 

2. Who was Petar Danov?
A. The governor of the Bulgarian National Bank
B. Bulgaria's first chemistry professor
C. A mystic from the first half of the 20th century

 

3. Which Bulgarian region makes plum Rakiya?
A. Yambol
B. Troyan
C. Burgas

 

4. Who is on Bulgaria's 100 leva banknote?
A. Writer Aleko Konstantinov
B. Poet Pencho Slaveykov
C. Politician Stefan Stambolov

 

5. Which party's name means "Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria"?
A. BSP
B. GERB
C. DPS

 

6. Between 1018 and 1185 Bulgaria was under the…
A. Ottoman Empire
B. Byzantine Empire
C. Russian Empire

 

7. Bulgaria's traditional yoghurt cold soup is called…
A. Kapama
B. Gyuvech
C. Tarator

 

8. Which of these cities is the oldest?
A. Sozopol
B. Veliko Tarnovo
C. Plovdiv

 

9. The Pirin's highest peak is…
A. Vihren
B. Cherni Vrah
C. Musala

 

 

The correct answers to the questions:
1. – A; 2. – C; 3. – B; 4. – A; 5. – B; 6. – B; 7. – C; 8. – C; 9. – A.

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