Mexico is an interesting and popular country packed with stories, culture, and history. So it’s only fitting to try a Mexico trivia challenge for once. It’s a country in North America with great stories to tell.
Let’s see how much you already know about Mexican food, culture, geography, and people. Did you know these interesting Mexico facts and trivia?
- The official name of Mexico is United Mexican States.
- The Mexican Revolution happened between 1910 to 1920.
- The historic Mexico City is part of the list of Unesco World Heritage Sites
- The highest mountain in Mexico is Pico de Orizaba, over 5,000 meters above sea level.
- The Mexican people celebrate Three Kings Day every January 6th, where Mexican children open gifts said to have come from the three kings of the East from the Nativity scene.
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Mexico Trivia Questions and Answers
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|Which liquor is made from the blue agave plant?||▶ Tequila|
|What is one of the great civilizations in Mexico known for its great pyramid structures?||▶ The Aztec Empire|
|When is Mexican independence day celebrated?||▶ September 16|
|What Authentic Mexican food with Hominy as a main ingredient and is served as a soup?||▶ Pozole|
|What is the longest river in Mexico?||▶ Rio Grande|
|How many time zones does Mexico have?||▶ Four|
|What is the largest pyramid in Mexico?||▶ Great Pyramid of Cholula|
|What’s the longest mountain range in Mexico?||▶ Sierra Madre Occidental|
|What is the oldest university in Mexico?||▶ Royal and Pontifical University of Mexico|
|What is the official language in Mexico?||▶ Mexican Spanish|
|The Mexican city of Tijuana borders what U.S city?||▶ San Diego|
|Which four U.S. states are on the United States-Mexico border?||▶ California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas|
|Mexican tortillas were originally made from the grain of which plant?||▶ Corn|
|Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France in what battle?||▶ The Battle of Puebla|
|What is the Spanish word for a heated tortilla filled with cheese?||▶ Quesadilla|
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Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.
Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.
His friends call him the Question Master.