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Test Your Knowledge on History

Do you think you know everything? The general culture is all the knowledge that you have been able to accumulate throughout your life on topics of all kinds and from different fields, and can serve to be more educated and have more extensive information in the world.

Next we will see a series of general culture questions that could be part of games like the Trivial, focused on the events that have been happening throughout the ages: that is, on history.

Are you ready to test your knowledge of world history? Complete this quiz and, if you dare, share it with your friends to see how they do.

Make your teacher proud and answer correctly! Then you tell us how it went. Good luck!

  • Question of

    Who was the first President of Spain democratically elected after the dictatorship of Francisco Franco ?

    Francisco Franco
    • Prince Juan Carlos
    • Adolfo Suárez
    • Manuel Azaña
    • José María Calatrava
    • Santiago Casares Quiroga
    • Carlos Arias Navarro
  • Question of

    What was the start of the French Revolution

    • The Reign of Clovis
    • Charlemagne Becomes Holy Roman Emperor
    • Centralisation of Power in France by Louis XIV
    • Storming of the Bastille
  • Question of

    Who first stepped on moon?

    • Neil Armstrong
    • Alan Shepard
    • Roberta Bondar
    • Helen Sharman
  • Question of

    What event is considered to have triggered the First World War?

    • Austria-Hungary declares war on Serbia, beginning World War I
    • Germany invades Luxembourg and Belgium
    • Austria-Hungary invades Russia
    • The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  • Question of

    From what event do we consider the Old Age to end and the Middle Ages to begin?

    • Charles the Hammer and the Battle of Tours (732 AD)
    • Treaty of Verdun (843 AD)
    • The fall of Rome in 476 AD
    • The Hundred Years’ War (1337 AD)

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