The Country Quiz: Romania!

How well do you know the history of Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest? Test out your knowledge here!

 
What is the title of the song that was meant to represent Romania in 2016 before the nation was forced to withdraw?
 
Moment of Silence
Behind the Shadows
Never Too Late
 
 
In which year did Romania first send a song completely in English?
 
2000
1996
2001
 
 
Three Romanian Eurovision entries have achieved third place either in the final or semi-final. Which three entries reached third place?
 
Let Me Try, Playing with Fire and Zaleilah
Playing with Fire, Tornerò and Yodel It!
Playing with Fire, Change and Zaleilah
 
 
Which Romanian entry has won the Composer Award as part of the Marcel Bezençon Awards?
 
Pe-o Margine de Lume
De la Capăt
Playing with Fire
 
 
Out of the following three Romanian entries, which placed higher in a Eurovision final?
 
Don’t Break My Heart
It’s My Life
Miracle
 
 
Romania’s 2007 entry ‘Liubi Liubi I Love You’ features a range of languages, all of which are represented in a verse before all the languages are combined in the chorus. Which language is featured in the second verse?
 
Italian
Spanish
French
 
 
How many times has Romania finished in the Top 10 in Eurovision finals? (As of 2018)
 
6 times
4 times
7 times
 
 
How many languages have been featured in all of the previous Romanian Eurovision entries? (As of 2018)
 
6 languages
4 languages
2 languages
 
 
Out of the following three, which Romanian act has received the most points in a Eurovision final?
 
Mihai Trăistariu
Luminița Anghel and Sistem
Paula and Ovi
 
 
From which position in the running order did Ilinca and Alex Florea perform from during the Eurovision 2017 final?
 
20th
17th  
15th  
 

How well did you know the history of Romania at Eurovision? Share with us how many you got correct, and share with us your favourite moment of Romania at Eurovision!

Want to explore more of the Romanian Eurovision history? Check out our Best of the Bunch: Romania

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