Can You Answer 12 World Holiday Questions? | QuizPug

Can You Answer 12 World Holiday Questions?

Sure you know Valentine’s Day (coming soon, hint hint!), Christmas, and New Years, but how well do you know of the holidays that are important to others around the world? Take this quiz now to find out!

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Question 1/12

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In which country is Santa Claus known as 'Dun Che Lao Ren,' which translates to 'Christmas Old Man?'
Singapore
Thailand
China

Question 2/12

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The Indian holiday called 'Diwali' is also known as what?
The Festival of Lights
The Festival of Enlightenment
The Lighted Celebration

Question 3/12

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In which country do children NOT put shoes outside their doors on December 6th, expecting to find them filled with little gifts in the morning?
Poland
Italy
Germany

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How do Jewish people commonly celebrate the joyous holiday of Purim, which celebrates the salvation of Jews from Haman?
Carnivals & Costumes
Traditional Food & Music
Dance Competitions

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The Day of the Dead, a day families in parts of Central and South America gather to honor and pray for the souls of dead relatives, is celebrated on what day?
October 30
November 1
November 2

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How long does the Chinese New Year festival last?
2 weeks
15 days
5 days

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What is the name of the colorful festival celebrated by Hindus in early March, during which people get to throw colored powder all over each other?
Holi
Onam
Dusshera

Question 8/12

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May Day, celebrated each year on May 1st, originated when Romans honored what goddess?
Flora
Venus
Minerva

Question 9/12

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In what country is Boxing Day, a holiday that marks the custom of giving food or money to family servants/workers in Christmas boxes, NOT commonly celebrated?
England
Canada
London

Question 10/12

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Swedes celebrate St. Lucia by putting on special costumes and eating holiday buns on December 13. St. Lucia is the patron saint of what?
Schoolchildren
Light
Candles

Question 11/12

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Lent is a period of time that Christians observe to honor the 40 days Jesus spent where?
Galilee
The Desert
The Garden of Eden

Question 12/12

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In what country is New Year's Eve celebrated as 'Omisoka,' a new beginning?
Japan
Israel
Maylasia

Domestic Traveler

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Oh no, you didn't do so well on this quiz. It seems like you only travel domestically, but that's okay - I'm sure your country's holidays are just as fun as everyone else's!

Casual Backpacker

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It looks like you've done a bit of traveling! Have you backpacked your way around the world, or are you just extremely multi-culturally minded? Great job on a pretty good score.

Well-Traveled

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You must have had to have dozens of extra pages sewed into your passport because you sure do know your world holidays! Your quiz score hints that you are very well-traveled. Congratulations!
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1
In which country is Santa Claus known as 'Dun Che Lao Ren,' which translates to 'Christmas Old Man?'
Singapore
Thailand
China
2
The Indian holiday called 'Diwali' is also known as what?
The Festival of Lights
The Festival of Enlightenment
The Lighted Celebration
3
In which country do children NOT put shoes outside their doors on December 6th, expecting to find them filled with little gifts in the morning?
Poland
Italy
Germany
4
How do Jewish people commonly celebrate the joyous holiday of Purim, which celebrates the salvation of Jews from Haman?
Carnivals & Costumes
Traditional Food & Music
Dance Competitions
5
The Day of the Dead, a day families in parts of Central and South America gather to honor and pray for the souls of dead relatives, is celebrated on what day?
October 30
November 1
November 2
6
How long does the Chinese New Year festival last?
2 weeks
15 days
5 days
7
What is the name of the colorful festival celebrated by Hindus in early March, during which people get to throw colored powder all over each other?
Holi
Onam
Dusshera
8
May Day, celebrated each year on May 1st, originated when Romans honored what goddess?
Flora
Venus
Minerva
9
In what country is Boxing Day, a holiday that marks the custom of giving food or money to family servants/workers in Christmas boxes, NOT commonly celebrated?
England
Canada
London
10
Swedes celebrate St. Lucia by putting on special costumes and eating holiday buns on December 13. St. Lucia is the patron saint of what?
Schoolchildren
Light
Candles
11
Lent is a period of time that Christians observe to honor the 40 days Jesus spent where?
Galilee
The Desert
The Garden of Eden
12
In what country is New Year's Eve celebrated as 'Omisoka,' a new beginning?
Japan
Israel
Maylasia

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