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Trivia Questions

  1. Ukraine is bordered by Russia to the east and north-east and which country to the north?
  2. Which city is the capital and most populous city of Ukraine?
  3. Which region was annexed by Russia from Ukraine in 2014, but is still internationally recognized as being part of Ukraine?
  4. Which river is the longest river of Ukraine?

  5. Which stateswoman and politician was born in Kiev in 1898 and emigrated to the United States as a child in 1906?
  6. What is horilka?
  7. Which sportsman represented Ukraine at the 1996 Olympics, winning a gold medal in the super-heavyweight boxing?
  8. What is the hryvnia or hryvna?
  9. Can you name the largest city in Crimea which is a major port on the Black Sea?
  10. Which conference held in Ukraine in 1945, was where Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt met to discuss post-war Europe?
  11. What's the last name of the 6th and as of 2019 the president of Ukraine?
  12. Athlete Sergey Bubka broke the world record for which men's event 35 times?
  13. Which American actress, in 1991, at the age of 7, moved from Soviet Ukraine to the United States with her family?
  14. Born to a wealthy Ukrainian-Jewish family in present-day Bereslavka, who is Lev Davidovich Bronstein better known?
  15. Pripyat is a ghost town in northern Ukraine, why was it evacuated on the afternoon of 27 April 1986?
  16. Borscht, a soup common in Eastern Europe, is made using large amounts of what?
  17. What two colours are in the Ukranian flag?
  18. Which major tourism center and seaport is known as the "pearl of the Black Sea"?
  19. Is the country's population 44 million, 34 million or 24 million?
  20. In which year did Russia annex the Crimean Peninsula?
  21. Is Ukraine best known for its fish, fruit or bread?


  1. Belarus
  2. Kiev
  3. Crimea
  4. The Dnieper
  5. Golda Meir (fourth Prime Minister of Israel)
  6. The national drink (a clear spirit)
  7. Wladimir Klitschko
  8. The national currency of Ukraine
  9. Sevastopol
  10. Yalta Conference
  11. Zelensky
  12. Pole vault
  13. Mila Kunis
  14. Leon Trotsky
  15. Because of the Chernobyl disaster
  16. Beetroot

  17. Blue and yellow (thee top represents sky and the yellow represents wheat)
  18. Odessa
  19. 44 million
  20. 2014
  21. Bread (once known as rhe breadbasket of Europe)