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LET’S PLAY TRIVIA ABOUT NORTH AMERICA
It’s about time for you to relax and just play some fast games. In this Trivia about North America, you’ll be challenged to answer 10 questions related to this amazing continent. Once you’re done, simply double check your answers with the correction and see how right you were.
One real-life caribbean pirate became a governor. Is it fact or myth?
Fact. Henry Morgan, a son of a Welsh farmer was a notorious pirate who attacked Cuba and Panama. He was a pirate from 1668 and he became Jamaica's governor by 1682.
Which country is the biggest in the Caribbean Region?
Cuba's landmass is bigger than the region's islands combined. It stretches for 740 miles across and 120 miles wide.
Steel pan drum is an instrument originating from which Caribbean country?
It was invented between 1880 to 1937. It was made chromatically pitched for up to 55 gallon instrumental drums.
How many provinces does Costa Rica have?
The provinces are Alajuela, Cartago, Guanacaste, Heredia, Limon, Puntarenas, and San Jose.
Which location in Costa Rica is considered a blue zone?
Blue zones are are locations where the inhabitants actively live for more than 100 years. Nicoya Peninsula is known as a blue zone.
Which color is not part of Costa Rica's national flag?
The flag consists of blue - which stands for sky, white for peace and red for heroism and their stand for democracy.
What is the name of the world's greatest pyramid?
Contrary to popular belief, the Great Pyramid of Cholula is greater than the Great Pyramid Giza. It measures 1,480 ft on its base while the Great Pyramid Giza is only 756 ft.
Which church in Yucatan, Mexico was the first in America?
It was built between 1562 and 1599, in Merida of Renaissance architecture
What everyday electronic did the Mexicans invent?
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena created the chromoscopic adaptor for color tv transmission in 1942. The first transmission aired in 1946.