Just for fun: History of Kuwait

Hello everyone,

Whether you’re a history buff or not, here’s a chance to learn about the history of Kuwait. Below are a few trivia questions to test whether you have the correct facts.

1. Name 3 iconic monuments/structures in Kuwait
2. What is the name of the national anthem? When and by whom was it created?
3. Name 2 eminent national historical figures
4. When is the national day celebrated in Kuwait?
5. Which are the most important turning points in the Kuwaiti history?

Thanks for participating,
Diksha

1. There are no archaeological sites.  But I will offer you some places that you can enjoy in a Kuwaiti atmosphere.  1 Market Mubarakiya.  There is a mixture of the past and the barrier in a popular market.  2.  The capital of Kuwait can be enjoyed from above with lunch or dinner in a fine dining restaurant.  3.  Kuwait International Museum.  4.  If the conditions allow you to visit Kuwait in the winter you can enjoy in a fascinating atmosphere not repeated visit Sabah Village.

2. The idea of ​​the National Anthem of Kuwait came from the Council of Ministers of the State of Kuwait, which was headed by Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah during his tenure and under the direct supervision of him as Prime Minister during the reign of Sheikh Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah.  A committee was formed by the Council of Ministers headed by Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad, announced an open competition to present the lyrics and melodies of the national anthem to replace the Emiri peace, which has been in use since the independence of Kuwait in 1961.  Set National Day as the first day of anthem use.

3.(1). Sheikh Abdullah III Al-Salim Al-Sabah (1895 – 24 November 1965) was the eleventh ruler of Kuwait, the first Emir of the State of Kuwait, and Commander-in-chief of Kuwait Military Forces from 29 January 1950 until his death. He was the eldest son of Salim Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah. As the eleventh ruler of the Al Sabah dynasty in Kuwait, he took power after the death of his cousin Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah. He also ruled as regent upon the death of his father until the election of Sheikh Ahmad. The anniversary of his coronation, 25 February, serves as Kuwait's national day.
(2). Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, (29 June 1926 – 15 January.of the al-Sabah dynasty, was the Emir of Kuwait and Commander of the Military of Kuwait; serving from 31 December 1977 until his death on 15 January 2006 due to cerebral hemorrhage. The third monarch to rule Kuwait since its independence from Britain, Jaber had previously served as minister of finance and Economy from 1962 until 1965, when he was appointed prime minister prior to becoming Kuwait's ruler.
(3) Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah  born 16 June 1929)[1] is the Emir of Kuwait and the Commander of the Kuwait Military Forces. He was sworn in on 29 January 2006 after confirmation by the National Assembly. He is the fourth son of Sheikh Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.
((( Finally ))) . Sheikh Mubarak bin Sabah al-Sabah (1837. 28 November 1915); the seventh ruler and true founder of Kuwait. He took office on May 17, 1896 and was dubbed the "Great Mubarak" and "Lion of the Island."  During his reign, Kuwait flourished commercially, built the first regular schools, and built the first medical hospitals.  All of Kuwait's rulers after him are his descendants exclusively with his sons and sons, according to the text of Article 4 of the Kuwaiti Constitution.

4. the national day celebrated in Kuwait 25.February

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