Are you familiar with Slovakia?

Test your knowledge of Slovakia in the very first quizcast.

A question about Slovak singer Miro Žbirka will appear in the Spectacular Slovakia quizcast.A question about Slovak singer Miro Žbirka will appear in the Spectacular Slovakia quizcast. (Source: FB Miro Zbirka)

Quizzes are becoming popular amid the pandemic and 'Spectacular Slovakia' has decided to surf on this quizzical wave.

Listen to and play a quiz that is made up of five rounds and 16 questions about Slovakia. These questions touch on travel, history, literature, politics and music.

Whether you are alone or with family and friends, enjoy the game!

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