Answering Exams

Liechtenstein Quiz

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1. Which is to the east of Liechtenstein?
a) Belgium
b) Ireland
c)
d)

2. Which is the capital of Liechtenstein?
a) Eschen
b) Planken
c) Triessen
d) Vaduz

3. Which is the official language of Liechtenstein?
a) Italian
b)
c) Swedish
d)

4. Which is the currency of Liechtenstein?
a) Euro
b) Peso
c) Krone
d) Swiss Franc

5. When did Liechtenstein become a member of Free Trade Association?
a) 186
b)
c)
d)

6. Which country is responsible for Liechtenstein’s defence?
a)
b)
c)
d)

7. Who was the prince of Liechtenstein in -?
a) Rainier III
b) Francis Joseph II
c) Albert II
d) Soulivong Savang

8. Who was the prime minister of Liechtenstein in ?
a) Nouhak Phoumsavan
b) Francis Joseph II
c) Otmas Hasler
d) Hans Adam I

9. When did the reject Liechtenstein’s claim for damages from for assets seized in ?
a) 10 February
b) 24 May
c) 14 September 1994
d) 4 December

10. When did Hans Adam II transfer day-to-day governing power in Liechtenstein to Alois?
a) 14 March
b) April 2006
c) 15 August
d) 18 November

Liechtenstein

1. Which country is to the east of Liechtenstein?
c) Austria

2. Which is the capital of Liechtenstein?
d) Vaduz

3. Which is the official language of Liechtenstein?
b) German

4. Which is the currency of Liechtenstein?
d) Swiss Franc

5. When did Liechtenstein become a member of European Free Trade Association?
c) 1991

6. Which country is responsible for Liechtenstein’s defence?
a) Switzerland

7. Who was the prince of Liechtenstein in 1938-1989?
b) Francis Joseph II

8. Who was the prime minister of Liechtenstein in 2006?
c) Otmas Hasler

9. When did the International Court of Justice reject Liechtenstein’s claim for damages from Germany for assets seized in 1945?
a) 10 February 2005

10. When did Hans Adam II transfer day-to-day governing power in Liechtenstein to Alois?
c) 15 August 2004

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