It’s Travel Trivia Time!
Back by popular demand! TheExpeditioner, through our endless scouring of the internet, books and libraries across the globe, we bring you another round of travel trivia. Matt offered up this doozy earlier in the week, and sure got the better of me. Let’s see how TheExped readers do. Similar to our last trivia question, drop your guess (or correct answer) in the comment section below and we’ll post the answer in a week. Good luck!
Arriving in 1498, Alonso de Ojeda gave this country its modern name due its resemblance, in his mind at least, to Venice.
Posted on April 23, 2010 by Jon Wick