10 most difficult Sweden riddles A list of ten (out of 20) Sweden related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Sweden quiz Vasa, beautiful Swedish galleon is exposed in one of Stockholm museums. What was her fate?She sunk after launching. Vasa was built between 1626-1628 to fight against Poland and Lithuania. She was designed to become the greatest vessel of Swedish fleet. Richly decorated and well equipped with cannons was to pay high price for Gustav Adolph ambition. The ship was unstable, and she foundered on her maiden voyage after mere 1,200 yards. The loss was so big, that Swedes believed, it had been caused by Polish sabotage.very hard 33% She sunk after launchingShe sunk after launching33%Polish vessel Aquarius destroyed itPolish vessel Aquarius destroyed it15%Marked in museum after 70 years of serviceMarked in museum after 70 years of service19%She was never launchedShe was never launched31%Created by: smyru. Statistics based on 3701 answers in 2 languages »ships riddles » Where is the Gulf of Bothnia?Between Sweden and Finland. A number of rivers from both countries flow into the gulf. As a result, a salinity gradient exists from north to south. In the south the water is the normal brackish water of the Baltic Sea, but in the north, the salinity is so low, that one can no longer taste the salt in the water and many freshwater fish thrive in it.very hard 35% between Finland and Russiabetween Finland and Russia31%between Sweden and Finlandbetween Sweden and Finland35%between Sweden and Denmarkbetween Sweden and Denmark16%between Finland and Estoniabetween Finland and Estonia16%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 9400 answers in 2 languages »Baltic Sea riddles » Why do elements erbium, yttrium, ytterbium, terbium, have similar names?From the name of the Swedish Ytterby mine. Ytterby mine, located in the south-east part of the Swedish island and the town Resarö, was a rich source of many rare minerals. 4 chemical elements - yttrium, ytterbium, terbium and erbium - were named after the mine commemorating their origin.hard 40% by mistake in the elements naming approval processby mistake in the elements naming approval process10%from the name of the Swedish Ytterby minefrom the name of the Swedish Ytterby mine40%they are in the periodic table together therefore have similar namesthey are in the periodic table together therefore have similar names13%from the surname of their discoverer, Ingmar Terberfrom the surname of their discoverer, Ingmar Terber36%Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczyk. Statistics based on 3458 answers in 2 languages »names riddles » Which Nordic country has the largest population?Sweden. Nordic nations are small and even the largest Sweden (9.6 million) is less populous than Greece, Belgium or Portugal. Finland, Denmark and Norway all have between 5 and 6 million of inhabitants.hard 55% DenmarkDenmark20%SwedenSweden55%NorwayNorway16%FinlandFinland7%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 8055 answers in 2 languages »demographics riddles » Which country had invaded Sweden in the past, causing Stockholm Bloodbath?Denmark. In 1520, a conflict arose between Swedish pro-unionists (in favor of the Kalmar Union, then dominated by Denmark) and anti-unionists (supporters of Swedish independence). This ended with intervention Danish forces under the command of King Christian II. Around 80-90 anti-unionists (mostly nobility and clergy) were subsequently executed.hard 57% GermanyGermany5%RussiaRussia19%DenmarkDenmark57%Pagan LithuaniaPagan Lithuania16%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 9067 answers in 2 languages »history of Scandinavia riddles » Which of European peninsulas has the most unstable shoreline?Scandinavian Peninsula. Before the 18th century, it was thought in Sweden that sea levels were falling. On the initiative of Anders Celsius a number of marks were made in rock on different locations along the Swedish coast. In 1765 it was possible to conclude that it was not a lowering of sea levels but an uneven rise of land, later recognized as post-glacial rebound.hard 57% Iberian PeninsulaIberian Peninsula15%Scandinavian PeninsulaScandinavian Peninsula57%Balkan PeninsulaBalkan Peninsula15%Italian PeninsulaItalian Peninsula12%Created by: Debbie Fox. Statistics based on 16168 answers in 4 languages »geography of Scandinavia riddles » In how many fields of science were the Nobel Prizes originally awarded?Five. During its life the Nobel established a lot of companies which turned into corporations and still are playing the major part in the global economy, for example Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI). In his last will he set aside the bulk of his estate to establish the Nobel Prizes, to be awarded annually in the field of physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature and peace.hard 57% ThreeThree25%FiveFive57%SevenSeven13%NineNine3%Created by: Paweł Kołodziejczyk. Statistics based on 11059 answers in 2 languages »science riddles » What is the second largest city in Sweden, after Stockholm?Gothenburg. The four largest cities in Sweden are Stockholm (1.4 million), Gothenburg (560,000), Malmö (280,000) and Uppsala (140,000).hard 59% MalmöMalmö30%GothenburgGothenburg59%UppsalaUppsala7%AarhusAarhus3%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 122 answers in 9 languages »Northern Europe riddles » Which city is known for its cave-like subway stations?Stockholm. Many stations on the Stockholm metro use organic architecture, which leaves the bedrock exposed and unsculptured, appearing to be based on natural cave systems.average 62% MoscowMoscow12%StockholmStockholm62%MadridMadrid12%BarcelonaBarcelona12%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 11070 answers in 2 languages »metro riddles » Which country is Scania a part of?Sweden. Scania is the southernmost part of Sweden. It was a part of Denmark until 1658. The largest city of Scania is Malmö.average 62% DenmarkDenmark21%ItalyItaly7%SpainSpain8%SwedenSweden62%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 505 answers in 9 languages »Europe riddles » Play Sweden quiz and see all the questions.