The Great New Zealand Quiz – for Kiwi History Buffs

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New Zealand may be one of the worlds youngest countries, but we have a full and rich history. How well do you know your home land?

Many people have said that our culture quizzes are too easy, so let’s try a harder quiz. Do you know NZ as well as you think you do?

On what day in 1915 did the ANZACs land at Gallipoli?

Minute of Silence

What was the name of Captain James Cook’s ship?

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Sir Edmund Hillary's occupation before he climbed Everest

Craig Primrose

Who was the first European to discover New Zealand?

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In what year did Maori become an official language of New Zealand?

Waipapa Marae

Where is New Zealand’s oldest surviving building?

Flickr: brian nz

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The Treaty of Waitangi was signed in what year?

Human Rights Commission

In which year did by Letters Patent New Zealand become the "Realm of New Zealand"?

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Who is the only person to have held the position of Prime Minister and Governor-General

Wikipedia

New Zealand was the first country to give women the right to vote – in what year?

Alux

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New Zealand changed to decimal currency on the 10th of July in which year?

Downies

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