Bar­ba­dos Quiz

1) When did Bar­ba­dos become inde­pen­dent?
a) 2 Jan­u­ary 1966
b) 30 July 1966
c) 10 Novem­ber 1952
d) 30 Novem­ber 1966

2) When was Bar­ba­dos Labour Party founded?
a) 1938
b) 1945
c) 1948
d) 1956

3) Who was Bar­ba­dos’ first prime min­is­ter?
a) Tom Adams
b) Eliz­a­beth Thomp­son
c) Errol Bar­row
d) Geof­frey Howe

4) Which is the cap­i­tal of Bar­ba­dos?
a) Port­land
b) Bridgetown
c) Kingston
d) Warrens

5) Who is Bar­ba­dos’ only liv­ing national hero?
a) Samuel Jack­man Prescod
b) Clive Lloyd
c) Sir Garfield Sobers
d) Sir Hugh Wor­rell Springer

6) When was slav­ery abol­ished in Bar­ba­dos?
a) 1863
b) 1845
c) 1834
d) 1868

7) What is the area of Bar­ba­dos?
a) 360 sq. mi.
b) 166 sq. mi.
c) 204 sq. mi.
d) 786 sq. mi.

Bar­ba­dos Quiz Answers

1) When did Bar­ba­dos become inde­pen­dent?
d) 30 Novem­ber 1966

2) When was Bar­ba­dos Labour Party founded?
a) 1938

3) Who was Bar­ba­dos’ first prime min­is­ter?
c) Errol Barrow

4) Which is the cap­i­tal of Bar­ba­dos?
b) Bridgetown

5) Who is Bar­ba­dos’ only liv­ing national hero?
c) Sir Garfield Sobers

6) When was slav­ery abol­ished in Bar­ba­dos?
c) 1834

7) What is the area of Bar­ba­dos?
b) 166 sq. mi.

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