10 most difficult Greece riddles A list of ten (out of 21) Greece related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Greece quiz According to the Greek mythology, how many rivers were found in Hades?Five. In Greek mythology, Styx is a deity and a river that formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld (the domain often called Hades, which also is the name of its ruler). There are five rivers in Hades: Styx, Phlegethon, Acheron, Lethe, and Cocytus. All these rivers converge at the center of the underworld on a great marsh, which sometimes, also is called the Styx.very hard 25% oneone40%twotwo15%fivefive25%sevenseven17%Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczyk. Statistics based on 2184 answers in 2 languages »literature riddles » 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.very hard 30% RhodesRhodes16%CorfuCorfu30%SpartaSparta19%There was no such landThere was no such land33%Created by: Sumit Tamang. Statistics based on 5623 answers in 4 languages »islands of Greece riddles » 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).very hard 30% RhodesRhodes51%EuboeaEuboea30%LesbosLesbos7%PelopponesePelopponese10%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 5974 answers in 2 languages »geography of Greece riddles » What is the name of the Muse of comedy?Thalia was the Muse who presided over comedy and idyllic poetry. She was portrayed as a young woman with a joyous air, crowned with ivy, wearing boots and holding a comic mask in her hand. Many of her statues also hold a bugle and a trumpet (both used to support the actors' voices in ancient comedy), or occasionally a shepherd’s staff or a wreath of ivy. hard 40% TerpsichoreTerpsichore18%EratoErato17%EuterpeEuterpe22%ThaliaThalia40%Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczyk. Statistics based on 3605 answers in 2 languages »theatre riddles » Which country is Thessalia a part of?Greece. Thessaly is a region in central Greece.hard 44% ItalyItaly15%GreeceGreece44%FranceFrance12%TurkeyTurkey27%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 1279 answers in 9 languages »Southern Europe riddles » What was the position of Greece at the parade of nations during the opening ceremony of Olympic Games in Athens?Greece marched twice, both first and last. According to the tradition, Greece always walk first due to its historical status as the progenitor of the Olympics, while the host nation always marches last. Since in Athens Greece was also the host nation, they walked twice.hard 47% Greece marched firstGreece marched first33%Greece marched lastGreece marched last14%Greece was the number 46Greece was the number 464%Greece marched twice, both first and lastGreece marched twice, both first and last47%Created by: Andy Sealy. Statistics based on 6980 answers in 4 languages »Athens riddles » What was the main language of the Byzantine Empire?Greek. The primary language used in the eastern Roman provinces even before the decline of the Western Empire was Greek, having been spoken in the region for centuries before Latin. The use of Latin as the language of administration persisted until formally abolished (in favour of Greek) by Heraclius in the 7th century.hard 53% GreekGreek53%RomanRoman17%TurkishTurkish12%ByzantineByzantine15%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4389 answers in 2 languages »Byzantine Empire riddles » Where is the famous Shipwreck's Bay?In Zakynthos. The beach is named after a shipwreck of MV Panagiotis, a smugglers ship. It ran aground in 1980, probably while carrying contraband cigarettes and being chased by the Greek Navy. According to a popular story, locals raided the cargo, and for the following four years no 'official' tobacco products were sold on the island.hard 58% in Cretein Crete10%in Rhodesin Rhodes22%in Zakynthosin Zakynthos58%in Kosin Kos9%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 20775 answers in 2 languages »Mediterranean riddles » Who directed "Eternity and a Day" (Mia aioniotita kai mia mera), "Landscape in the Mist" (Topio stin omichli) and "Ulysses' Gaze" (To vlemma tou Odyssea)? Theodoros Angelopoulos. Angelopoulos was defined by Martin Scorsese as "a masterful filmmaker". Theo developed a unique cinematic vision. His movies are characterized by long takes, carefully composed scenes and offer a hypnotic, sweeping and profoundly emotional cinema.hard 58% Michalis KakojanisMichalis Kakojanis13%Jorgos LantimosJorgos Lantimos13%Theodoros AngelopoulosTheodoros Angelopoulos58%Ridley ScottRidley Scott14%Created by: KYRTAPS. Statistics based on 10475 answers in 2 languages »directors riddles » Who used the sarissa (a type of weapon) in their combat formations?Macedonians. The sarissa is a type of long spear (about 4–7 metres or 13–23 ft in length) first introduced by Phillip II of Macedonia in Macedonian phalanx formations. It was usually composed of two lengths and was joined by a central bronze tube only before a battle. The tight formation of the phalanx created a "wall of pikes", and the pike was so long that there were fully five rows of them projecting in front of the front rank of men.hard 58% SpartansSpartans23%RomansRomans10%TurksTurks7%MacedoniansMacedonians58%Created by: Roy Zhu. Statistics based on 6860 answers in 2 languages »ancient Greece riddles » Play Greece quiz and see all the questions.