Travel trivia: Test your knowledge of world history Postmedia Network More from Postmedia Network Published on: January 8, 2016 | Last Updated: April 19, 2016 1:57 PM EDT Share Travel trivia: Test your knowledge of world history Tumblr Pinterest Google Plus Reddit LinkedIn Email GALLERY: Travel trivia: Test your knowledge of world history There were four provinces upon confederation: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec. (Fotolia) The former residence of U.S. Confederate general Robert E. Lee is today the site of what? (Fotolia) Arlington National Cemetery was established during the U.S. Civil War. (Fotolia) Easter Island is a territory belonging to what South American country? (Mandatory) Easter Island is a Chilean island. (Fotolia) How many of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still exist? (Fotolia) Just one: the Great Pyramid of Giza. (Fotolia) The Mayan ruins of Copan are found in which country? (Fotolia) Copan can be found in Honduras. (Fotolia) What is the name of Canada's first national park? (Fotolia) Banff National Park was established in 1885. (Fotolia) What country is known as Suomi in its own language? (Fotolia) "Suomi" means Finland in the Finnish language. (Fotolia) After the former nation of Yugoslavia broke up, how many new countries were formed? (Fotolia) Six countries were formed when Yugoslavia broke up after World War II: Slovenia, Croatia (pictured), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. (Fotolia) What was the first capital of the United States? (Fotolia) Philadelphia was the first capital of the U.S. in 1774. (Fotolia) What country is the oldest monarchy in Europe from? (Fotolia) The oldest monarchy in Europe is from Denmark. (Fotolia) Share Adjust Comment Print How well do you know world history? Can you ID key facts and sites? Take our tricky travel quiz and test your knowledge!