Try our latest Italy quiz. Answers below but no cheating!
Who was Fibonacci?
A clothes designer
A famous chef
The inventor of the mobile phone
A lake near the Swiss border
Ice cream cones
Strips of dried and smoked beef
Who was Garibaldi?
A biscuit manufacturer
An Italian nationalist
A hair transplant surgeon
A mafia ‘hit man’
Where would you find zabaglione?
In the sea
In a restaurant
In sun-tan lotion
In the most expensive fashion shops
Who, in Italy is called ‘dottore’?
A mosaic floor designer
A gay hairdresser
Anyone with money to spend
Which Emperor put Capri on the tourist map?
‘Trippe alla fiorentina’ is?
An hallucinogenic experience
A dish of intestines and tomato
A visit to Florence
A perfume by Dior
Tomatoes originally came from?
Most castles in Sicily were built by?
With which town is Saint Francis associated?
How did Hannibal enter Italy?
By private Lear jet
With his elephants
With a forged passport
Driving a Hamil car
Who fed the babies, Romulus and Remus?
The Oracle of Delphi
Who wrote the opera ‘La Boheme’?
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Answers: A mathematician/An inn/Telephone tokens/An Italian nationalist/In a restaurant/Anyone with money to spend/Tiberius/A dish of intestines and tomato/ A dish of intestines and tomato/Naples/Norman French/Assisi/With his elephants/A wolf/Verdi