English Translation

This page contains the English Translation of the Croatian Citizenship Test Questions translated using Google translator. 

Test questions

1. First the legislative body of the Republic of Croatia:


2. In the Republic of Croatia, everyone is required to:

a) abide by the Constitution and laws and respect the legal order of the Republic of Croatian

b) Comply with the only law

c) keep only the Constitution

d) only respect the legal order of the Republic of Croatian

3. On August 5, in the Republic of Croatia is a holiday:

a) Labour

b) Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day

c) All Saints

d) Anti-Fascism Day

4. The anthem of the Republic of the Croatian


5. In the Republic of Croatia guarantees equality to members of all minorities ___________________________________.

6. In November 1991, after three months, hundreds of artillery shells daily destruction of the place, the Yugoslav army and paramilitaries occupied the city.Killed over 2,000 citizens and war veterans, and 800 people were missing and to this day no one knows their fate. The city was:


7th historic building, the largest Roman amphitheater in the area of ​​today’s Croatian located in:

a) Puli

b) Zagreb

c) Osijek

d) Zadar

8. The second longest European river that flows through the eastern part of the Croatian called


9th famous national park that consists of 16 interconnected lakes, under the protection of UNESCO, is:


10th Bronze statues Bishop Gregorius, which are located in the cities of Nin, Split, Varazdin, made famous Croatian sculptor:

a) Robert Frangeš

b) Ivan Mestrovic

c) Anthony Augustinčić

d) Frano Kršinić

11th One of the famous attractions of Zagreb, the Croatian capital is:

a) Cathedral

b) amphitheater

c) Castle of Trakošćane

d) Sea Organ

12th Founder of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts was Đakovo-Sirmium bishop:

a) George Hoyle

b) Josip Jelacic

c) Josip Juraj Strossmayer

d) George Jezerinac

13th Croatian town through which the four rivers (Quran Cup, Retina and good) is called:

a) Sheffield

b) Dubrovnik

c) Split

d) Split

14th Famous Croatian mathematician, astronomer, surveyor and physicist after whom is named the Institute which is a pivotal institution of the Republic of Croatia in the field of natural and biomedical sciences, and marine and environmental research is:

a) George Hoyle

b) Ruder Boskovic

c) Ružička,

d) Ivan Vucetic

15th Drazen Petrovic, Toni Kukoc and Dino Radja competed in the same sport and achieved remarkable results. They were engaged

a) tennis

b) skiing

c) athletics

d) basketball

16. The executive power in the Republic of Croatia is:

a) The Croatian Government

b) the Croatian Supreme Court

c) The Croatian Parliament

d) The ombudsman

17th Founding political parties in the Republic of Croatia is free. This means in practice that can be found all political parties:

a) to collect a sufficient number of founders, with no legal restrictions

b) they raise enough money for the implementation of programs and activities

c) that your program guarantees that it will be able to participate in parliament

d) other than those which by their program or violent activities aim to undermine the free democratic order

18. On 1 May in Croatia is the feast:

a) Labour

b) Independence Day

c) All Saints

d) Anti-Fascism Day

19. In the Republic of Croatia is organized on the principle of separation of powers to:

a) legislative, executive and judicial branches

b) executive and judicial branches

c) the legislative and judicial branches

d) legislative and executive

20. Name the names of at least three counties in the Republic of Croatia:


21st best known species of endangered birds that live on Croatian islands (mainly on Cres) is:

a) seagull

b) dove

c) gender

d) griffon vulture

22nd One of the most famous castles in the northern part of the Croatian is:

a) Old Town

b) Trakošćan

c) Diocletian’s Palace

d) Eufrazijeva basil

23. How is called a river that is, the total length of the watercourse, the longest river in the Republic of Croatia (562 km)? ____________

24. In which country The Republic of Croatia has the shortest land border, about 14 kilometers long? ____________________

25. The first Croatian novel Mountains in 1536, he wrote:

a) Silvije Kranjčević

b) August Šenoa

c) Peter Zoranić

d) Peter Preradović

26th leader of the Croatian national revival started in Croatian 1835. “Newspapers horvatzke.” His name is:

a) Ranko Marinkovic

b) Dimitrije Demeter

c) Gaj

d) Anthony Šoljan

27th Landscape I and II offenses are known Croatian lyric:

a) Hanibal Lucic

b) bangs Mencetic

c) Andrew Kačića Miošića

d) Vladimir Vidrića

28th St.. Jacob, 2000 included in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites located in:

a) Split

b) Zagreb

c) Puli

d) Sibenik

29th Central Bank of the Republic of Croatian is:

a) The Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development

b) Croatia Commercial Bank

c) The Croatian National Bank

d) Croatian Postal Bank

30th Mate Parlov, Damir Skaro and Zeljko Mavrović competed in the same sport, but at different times and achieved remarkable results. They were engaged

a) tennis

b) skiing

c) athletics

d) boxing

31st uniform application of law and equality provides:

a) The High Administrative Court of the Republic of Croatian

b) the Croatian Supreme Court

c) The Croatian Government

d) The ombudsman

32. Croatian nationals acquire universal and equal suffrage:

a) at least 16 years of age

b) at least 16 men and women from the age of 18

c) by the age of 18

d) at least 21 years of life

33. On June 25, the Republic of Croatia is a holiday:

a) Labour

b) Independence Day

c) All Saints

d) National Day

34. Our Beautiful Homeland … is the beginning of the text:


35. The first pope to visit the Republic of Croatia was:


36. Shane Warne was known Croatian:

a) writers

b) ballerina

c) painter

d) doctor

37. The famous Croatian politician, assassinated in 1928 in Belgrade Assembly, was to:

a) Stjepan Radic

b) Josip Jelacic

c) Petar Zrinski

d) Franjo Racki

38. Sea Organ one of sights:

a) Zadar

b) Osijek

c) Varazdin

d) Pule

39. Marija Juric Zagorka was:

a) the first professional journalist and well-known Croatian writer

b) an opera singer

c) athlete

d) The composer

40. Croatia in 1987 was host young athletes from around the world at the competition:

a) World Cup for young players up to 21 years

b) Universiade

c) World Championships in Athletics

d) Youth Olympic Games

41. The famous nature park in Baranja is:

a) Velebit

b) Kopacki

c) Islands

d) Kornati

42. Literary Baroque in Croatia was marked by his epics Ivan Gundulić. His most famous works are:

a) “Osman” and “Dubravka”

b) “Goldsmith’s Gold” and “Beware of Senj hands”

c) “The Death of Smail-age Čengića” and “Fishing and Fishermen”

d) “Zagrepčanka” and “Bridge on the Drina”

43. One of the oldest monument of Croatian literacy, from the period around 1100, has been preserved on the island. It is written in the Glagolitic script. That is:

a) The Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja

b) Baska Tablet

c) Vinodolski Code

d) Judith

44. At the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996, the Republic of Croatia won a gold medal in:

a) football

b) Water Polo

c) Handball

d) volleyball

45. In which country the Republic of Croatia has the longest land border?


46. ​​Representatives of the Croatian Parliament shall be elected for a term of:

a) for 2 years

b) 3 years

c) 4 year

d) 5 year

47. In Croatia, the death penalty:

a) there is no

b) there is, or is not applied

c) there is only war crimes and crimes against humanity

d) exists only for the offense of high treason, in a situation of imminent danger

48. The representative of the Croatian Parliament, which protects the constitutional and legal rights of citizens in proceedings before state administration and bodies – the Ombudsman, the Croatian language is called:


49th Day of Antifascist Struggle in Croatia’s Day:

a) May 9

b) May 15

c) June 22

d) 5 August

50. At the beginning of the 4th century Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace in Dalmatia. How is today called the city of the historic center of Diocletian’s Palace? ______________

51. A Catholic priest, archbishop of Zagreb, who was persecuted in the former Yugoslavia, after World War II. World War II, it was called:

a) Josip Juraj Strossmayer

b) Aloysius Stepinac

c) Maximilian Vrhovac

d) Kuharić

52. In 1993 Croatian army mounted an swift military action which, by land, connecting the north and south Croatian, who is the aggressor occupied space separated. This was the action:

a) Maslenica

b) Flash

c) Storm

d) Summer

53. National Park, which is named after the river, and is located near Sibenik is:

a) Cetina

b) Krka

c) slope

d) Kopacki

54. Ivana Brlic Maurine was known Croatian:

a) writers

b) actress

c) painter

d) doctor

55. Lisinski composed the first Croatian opera:

a) “Love and Malice” and “Porin”

b) “Ero” and “Hasanaginica”

c) “Gubec beg” and “Nikola Subic Zrinski”

d) “More Horvatska not perished” and “Our Beautiful Homeland”

56. The first Croatian president was ______________

57. Renaissance Dubrovnik playwright and comedy writer, who lived 1508th-1567th years, the author of famous works: “Uncle entrails”, “Set” and “Novela od Stanca”. His name is:

a) Matija Vlačić

b) Ruder Boskovic

c) Marin Držić

d) Roger Getaldić

58. Dalmatia is known for its production of:

a) olives and figs

b) the plums and apples

c) pineapple and banana

d) strawberry and raspberry

59. In the park of the Olympic Museum in Lausanne set of sculptures of the famous Croatian and, while he played one of the best European players. This is a sculpture __________________

60. The Croatian Constitution was proclaimed:

a) May 29, in 1990.

b) December 22, 1990 levels.

c) 25. lipnja in 1991.

d) on January 15 in 1992.

61. Battle sword dance which since the 15th century, traditionally held on the island of Korcula is called _________________________

62. Describe the Croatian flag:

It consists of three colors that are placed horizontally in the following order (top to bottom):

______________, ______________ And ______________, and in the middle is se__________________________.

63. The protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms guaranteed by the highest state act. That is: _________________________

64. The first Croatian king, reigned in the first half of the 10th century. His monument is located on the square, across from the main railway station in Zagreb. That is:

a) Trpimir

b) Zdeslav

c) Tips

d) Držislav

65. What is the law regulates the acquisition of Croatian citizenship?


66th Croatian unit becomes agreement Cvetković:

a) Tito

b) Trumbić

c) Tudjman

d) The cat

67. The Republic of Croatia has a long maritime border on the sea, which is in the Croatian language called ___________________________.

68th highest mountain in Croatia, with the highest peak of 1831 m, is:

a) Medvednica

b) Ivančica

c) Plješivica

d) Dinara

69. World renowned painter, who studied in Paris, and he painted allegorical and historical compositions and portraits, and was made the curtain of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb »Croatian national revival” was called:

a) Edo Murti

b) Julius Klović

c) Bukovac

d) The Norwegian Society

70. “One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away” anthology “love comedy with singing,” based on the “Diary of a small Perica” ​​Vjekoslava Mayer, he directed:

a) Boris Papandopulo

b) is boss

c) Lisinski

d) The casket Hegedušić

71. The leader of the peasant revolt in 1573 in what is now northwestern Croatian was __________________________

72. In the Republic of Croatia uses the language and _________________ _______________ letter.

73. In Croatia pennies is called ____________, and her one hundredth of the __________________.

74. The most famous Croatian skier, winner of four gold and two silver Olympic medals in alpine skiing, is called:

a) Sanda Dubravčić Šimunjak

b) Janica Kostelic

c) Ana Jelusic

d) Nika

75. The Republic of Croatia shall represent at home and abroad


77. What is the capital of the Republic of Croatian? ________________

78. The highest values ​​of the constitutional order are:

a) Rule of workers, state-owned, one-party system

b) the principle of sustainability, non-alignment, reliance on their own strength and worker management

c) freedom, equality, national equality, inviolability of ownership

d) the universality of the Catholic Church, Christian education, equality before God and the people, solidarity with other Christian nations

79. A world-renowned inventor, physicist and electrical engineer born in 1856 in Smiljan by which the named unit of measurement of the magnetic field is:

a) Ruder Boskovic

b) Nikola Tesla

c) Ivan Supek

d) Penkala

80. Policeman Croatian Josip Jovic, the first Croatian victim in the war, died in 1991


(Specify location)

81. In 1999, due to the diversity of karst phenomena, wildlife and outstanding natural beauty on a relatively small area, the national park was declared a part of a mountain. That is:

a) Northern Velebit

b) the north slope

c) Northern Medvednica

d) Northern Plješivica

82. The famous Croatian poet, novelist and essayist, author of the poem Jama is:

a) Miroslav Krleza

b) Ivan Goran Kovacic

c) Mate Lovrak

d) Ivan Mestrovic

83. The Croatian ban, on whose behalf the name carries the main square in Zagreb, it was called:


84. What are the highest body of the anti-fascist movement in 1943 adopted a decision on the accession of Istria, Rijeka, Zadar and other occupied territories of Croatia?


85. Decorative garment, shape ribbon, which is worn around the neck and is considered the original Croatian product is _______


86. Euphrasios basilica is famous landmark of the city in Istria:

a) Porec

b) Koprivnica

c) Biograd

d) Gospic

87. Ivo Robic, Miso Kovac and Oliver, are known Croatian:

a) writers

b) singers

c) painters

d) Athletes

88. Fill in the text of the anthem of the Republic of Croatian:

Our Beautiful Homeland



To always be happy.

89. The right to propose legislation in the Croatian Parliament has

a) only Croatian President

b) the only political party represented in the Croatian Parliament

c) every Croatian citizen

d) Each member of the Croatian Parliament

90. The pooling of alliances with other states previously:

a) citizens decide through a referendum

b) decide Croatian President

c) the decision of the Croatian Parliament

d) decide the Croatian Government

91. International agreements concluded and ratified in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Croatian and published and in effect, their legal effect:

a) above the Croatian law

b) equal with the force of law and the Croatian Parliament arbitrate in the application if their provisions are inconsistent

c) under Croatian law

d) apply only where the law provides otherwise

92. The Battle of Mohacs field, between the Croatian-Hungarian Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire, was:

a) 426. The

b) In 1026, the

c) 1526

d) 1926

93. Name the famous Croatian actress tragically deceased 15. 8. 2000, who starred in the famous Croatian films: Glembays, Third Woman and The Three Men of Melita Žganjer is:

a) Mia Oremović

b) Vida Jerman

c) One Blood

d) Zdravko Krstulović

94. What do you call a successful Croatian athlete, two-time world champion in the high jump?


95. World famous export product Croatian food industry is the spice:

a) marjoram

b) vegetative

c) pepper

d) oregano

96. What is the name the largest city in Slavonia, the fourth largest city in Croatia?


97. Croatia knight tournament which is held every year in the first week of August in Sinj, the anniversary of the victory over the Turkish invaders on 14 August 1715, is called


98. Kresimir Cosic, the giant Croatian sport in the ’60s,’ 70s and early ’80s of the last century, it is known outside the Croatian borders. Of sport?


99. The famous painting school he founded in Podravian village Hlebina painter:

a) Joseph Racic

b) Hrvoje Hegedušić

c) The casket Hegedušić

d) Ljubo Babic

100. Since 1972, the City of Zagreb and the production house “Zagreb Film”, as founders, launched the world’s film festival:

a) Film

b) Documentary Film

c) Short Film

d) animated film.