30 Scotland Trivia Questions and Answers

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Do you know everything about Scotland? Take this Scotland quiz and discover how well you know about Scotland.

Scotland is famed for its rolling hills, deep lochs, intriguing food, entertaining cities, and banter. Still, there’s so much more to this lovely nation that we’ve produced Scotland trivia questions covering general knowledge, geography, history, and monuments. Try to tackle the following questions.

Easy Questions: 1 to 10.

Medium Questions: 11 to 20

Hard Questions: 21 to 30

30 Scotland Trivia Questions and Answers

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#1. Which large Scottish city is surrounded by the three Lothian counties?

#2. Which is the capital city of Scotland?

#3. In which larger local government was the present county of Argyll and Bute under since 1975?

#4. Where exactly is Colonsay Island situated?

#5. In which town/village was the famous son of Ayrshire in Scotland's national band born?

#6. Which American president statutes lies among the tombstones in the Old Calton Burial Ground resting place?

#7. Which Wild West hero was erected in the east end of Glasgow in 2006?

#8. For a Scottish mountain to be classified as Munro, it must be what height?

#9. From 1975 to 1996, the counties of Perthshire and Kinross-shire disappeared from the map of Scotland and became part of which larger region?

#10. Where are the Arabs found in Scotland?

#11. Which city is found on the banks of river Tay and was declassified as a city in the late 1990s but reacquired its city status again in 2012

#12. In Aberdeen, many buildings are made of grey granite, granite glistens when exposed to sunshine, and this gives the city which nickname?

#13. Which is the oldest of all universities in Scotland?

#14. What nickname is given to Aberdeen City?

#15. In which town is "Lonrow," a single malt whisky made?

#16. Which river runs into River Tay just before Perth?

#17. In which Scottish Borders town is the Kniwtear company located?

#18. What islands in Scotland are sometimes called the Western Islands?

#19. Which town was granted city status in 2002 and is known as "The capital of The Highlands"?

#20. What is the name of the small Loch that lies between Loch Lochy and Loch Ness on the Great Glen?

#21. What is the language spoken in Scotland?

#22. Which is the national animal of Scotland?

#23. What type of currency is used in Scotland?

#24. In which year did Scotland become part of the UK?

#25. During the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Scotland owned what percentage of estates in Jamaica?

#26. Which of the following best describes the Scottish flag?

#27. Which is the most popular city in Scotland?

#28. Which professional club has won the most titles in the Scottish Premier League top division?

#29. Which is the national tree of Scotland?

#30. Which Scottish mathematician invented logarithms?

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