Mediterranean Sea questions This is a list of recently added questions about Mediterranean Sea. Play Mediterranean Sea quiz and see all the questions. What was the second "Sicily" in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies? (one was the island of Sicily)Kingdom of Naples. The Kingdom of the Two Sicilies was formed as a union of the Kingdom of Sicily and the Kingdom of Naples, which collectively had long been called the "Two Sicilies". It was the largest of the states of the region known as Italy before the Italian unification.Created by: globalquiz.orghistory of Italy riddles »hard 51% the kingthe king465SardiniaSardinia1817Kingdom of NaplesKingdom of Naples2943MaltaMalta480 In what country are the ruins of Carthage?Tunisia. The ruins of Carthage are just 15 km north of Tunis. It is one of the main tourist attractions of Tunisia.Created by: globalquiz.orggeography of North Africa riddles »average 67% AlgeriaAlgeria2532TunisiaTunisia11578LibanLiban1549ItalyItaly1584 Which country of the southern Europe is the most populous?Italy has 59,8 million of inhabitants, which is more than Spain (46,7) and Portugal (10,5) taken together. Greece has 10,8 million. Created by: Monica Stillergeography of Italy riddles »hard 55% SpainSpain5280ItalyItaly10002GreeceGreece1835PortugalPortugal839 What is the second largest Greek island? (after Crete)Euboea, with 3670 km2 (1417 sq.m.) is more than twice as large as the third largest island, Lesbos. Euboea is separated from mainland by just 40 m wide Euripus Strait. A bridge over the strait was first constructed in the twenty-first year of the Peloponnesian War (410 BC).Created by: globalquiz.orgislands of Greece riddles »very hard 30% RhodesRhodes2490EuboeaEuboea1496LesbosLesbos389PelopponesePelopponese516 Which Greek island is the largest?Crete is by far the largest of Greek Islands. With 8,336 km2, (3,219 sq. m.) it is more than twice as large as the second, Euboea. Created by: globalquiz.orggeography of Greece riddles »average 69% CreteCrete7632EuboeaEuboea649RhodesRhodes1490SicilySicily1144 What is the only Semitic language serving as an official language of the European Union?Maltese developed from Arabic in Sicily, and later in Malta, between the end of the ninth century and the end of the thirteenth century. Maltese is the only Semitic language written in the Latin script. Through the history, the Maltese language has been classified in various ways, with some claiming that the ancient Punic language (used in Carthage) was the base of the language, while others believed the language to be Berber, and under Fascist Italy, it was considered a dialect of Italian.Created by: globalquiz.orgMediterranean riddles »very hard 37% AlbanianAlbanian902Andalusian SpanishAndalusian Spanish991MalteseMaltese1877HebrewHebrew1265 In which country lies the southernmost point of mainland Europe?Spain. Punta de Tarifa, Spain is the southernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula and continental Europe. It is located in the province of Cádiz and the autonomous community of Andalusia on the Atlantic end of the Straits of Gibraltar. The coast of Morocco can be seen from this point.Created by: Luca BiaggiEurope riddles »hard 44% PortugalPortugal1994SpainSpain5041ItalyItaly1950GreeceGreece2384 How long did the Republic of Venice exist?Over 1000 years. The Republic of Venice existed for over a millennium, from the late 7th century until 1797. That was one of the longest uninterrupted existence of a sovereign country in the history of Europe. Created by: globalquiz.orgMiddle Ages riddles »hard 44% only 17 yearsonly 17 years187883 years83 years1161224 years224 years2067over 1000 yearsover 1000 years4073 Which of the Eurozone countries has the smallest economy?Malta, with 417 thousand of inhabitants, is the least populous country of the Eurozone (the next is Luxembourg with 511). Its economy (measured by nominal GDP) is only 0.06% of Eurozone total.Created by: Jason Beagleyeconomy riddles »hard 49% LuxembourgLuxembourg2471EstoniaEstonia1460MaltaMalta5886CyprusCyprus2024 Which part of Greece was never conquered by the Turks?Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian Islands, west of Greek Peninsula. It was long controlled by Venice, which repulsed several Turkish sieges, before falling under British rule following the Napoleonic Wars. Corfu was eventually ceded by the British Empire and unified with the modern Greece in 1864.Created by: Sumit Tamanghistory of Greece riddles »very hard 29% RhodesRhodes770CorfuCorfu1420SpartaSparta938There was no such landThere was no such land1623 Play geography quiz and see all the questions.