Quiz: Guess the Country of Europe by its Symbol

Quiz: Guess the Country of Europe by its Symbol
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Each state has its own symbols. Some of them are official, such as the coat of arms or the flag. And others, which can be called the people's, can be almost anything. They reflect the very essence of the country, its special traditions. When you look at them, it's easy to remember what power they're associated with. Try it!

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St. Stephen's Cathedral acquired its present form by 1511. The first temple on the site of this cathedral was built back in 1137-1147. What European country and its capital is it a symbol of?

1. St. Stephen's Cathedral acquired its present form by 1511. The first temple on the site of this cathedral was built back in 1137-1147. What European country and its capital is it a symbol of?

The Manneken Pis Fountain is a very peculiar symbol, but no less famous. Enterprising citizens sewed him a closet, which he wears on various occasions. What country symbol is he?

2. The Manneken Pis Fountain is a very peculiar symbol, but no less famous. Enterprising citizens sewed him a closet, which he wears on various occasions. What country symbol is he?

And this photo shows two symbols at once - a red double-decker bus and a phone booth. Whose symbols are they?

3. And this photo shows two symbols at once - a red double-decker bus and a phone booth. Whose symbols are they?

The three-plate leaf of this plant is the symbol of ...

4. The three-plate leaf of this plant is the symbol of ...

A windmill and tulips. What country in Western Europe can you call these symbols?

5. A windmill and tulips. What country in Western Europe can you call these symbols?

The whooper swan is a beautiful bird that forms pairs for life. What northern European country is it the symbol of?

6. The whooper swan is a beautiful bird that forms pairs for life. What northern European country is it the symbol of?

The modern symbol of this state is a lion, his image on the coat of arms of this country is used three times, which means the unification of the three lands: Moesia, Thrace and Macedonia. It belongs to ...

7. The modern symbol of this state is a lion, his image on the coat of arms of this country is used three times, which means the unification of the three lands: Moesia, Thrace and Macedonia. It belongs to ...

The European bison is the symbol of Belovezhskaya Pushcha and ...

8. The European bison is the symbol of Belovezhskaya Pushcha and ...

This statue by sculptor Edward Eriksen has been a symbol of ...

9. This statue by sculptor Edward Eriksen has been a symbol of ...

Chocolate is a very delicious and flavorful symbol, don't you think? And who do many of the world's sweet tooth associate it with?

10. Chocolate is a very delicious and flavorful symbol, don't you think? And who do many of the world's sweet tooth associate it with?

Sirtaki is not a folk dance, it was created for a feature film based on the ancient warrior dance Hasapiko. Nevertheless, it has become very popular and is considered a symbol of this country.

11. Sirtaki is not a folk dance, it was created for a feature film based on the ancient warrior dance Hasapiko. Nevertheless, it has become very popular and is considered a symbol of this country.

Flamenco and bullfighting. Passion and struggle. What country are they symbols of?

12. Flamenco and bullfighting. Passion and struggle. What country are they symbols of?

The rooster that saved an innocent young man by his cry has become a symbol of justice and ...

13. The rooster that saved an innocent young man by his cry has become a symbol of justice and ...

The Leaning Tower of Pisa acquired its slope while it was still under construction. This famous building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site number 395. What country is it a symbol of?

14. The Leaning Tower of Pisa acquired its slope while it was still under construction. This famous building is a UNESCO World Heritage Site number 395. What country is it a symbol of?

This eight-pointed cross was used as a symbol of the once mighty Knights Hospitaller Order. What country is it a symbol of nowadays?

15. This eight-pointed cross was used as a symbol of the once mighty Knights Hospitaller Order. What country is it a symbol of nowadays?

This bright funny bird is called the Atlantic puffin. They nest on the coasts of this country and are its unofficial symbol.

16. This bright funny bird is called the Atlantic puffin. They nest on the coasts of this country and are its unofficial symbol.

The heather, whose honey is sung in Robert Lewis Stevenson's ballad Heather Ale, is a symbol of ...

17. The heather, whose honey is sung in Robert Lewis Stevenson's ballad Heather Ale, is a symbol of ...

The bear is a heraldic animal and the symbol of a European state since the 13th century. It is ...

18. The bear is a heraldic animal and the symbol of a European state since the 13th century. It is ...

Beer has been brewed in this country since the Celts, but the first mention of a "brewery" was in 1118. Since then, this foamy drink has become a symbol of ...

19. Beer has been brewed in this country since the Celts, but the first mention of a "brewery" was in 1118. Since then, this foamy drink has become a symbol of ...

What country's three symbols would we see if a bear climbed a birch tree with a balalaika in its paws?

20. What country's three symbols would we see if a bear climbed a birch tree with a balalaika in its paws?