Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States of America.
Blue triangle, white star, red stripes
The Puerto Rican flag was actually modeled similar to the Cuban because of the relationship that the two countries had during the fight for independence from Spain.
There is no such thing as a Puerto Rican citizenship. Puerto Ricans are American citizens.
The Pacific OceanThe CaribbeanThe MediterraneanPolynesia
Puerto Rico is one of the Greater Antilles of the Caribbean.
Puerto Rico's first official language is Spanish, followed by English as its second language.
SantiagoSan JoséSan DiegoSan Juan
San Juan was actually the name of the whole island, and Puerto Rico was the name of the capital. They got switched as traders referred to the whole island as Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rican PesosUS DollarsEurosDominican Pesos
Puerto Rico uses US currency since they became part of the United States in 1898.
El Bosque Nacional de Río GrandeEl YunqueLa Cordillera CentralEl Sibuco
El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the United States National Forest System.
SelenaJennifer LópezShakiraJenni Rivera
J Lo was born in New York, but both her parents are Puerto Rican.
Daddy YankeeMarc AnthonyRicky MartinPitbull
Pitbull, of Cuban descent, was born in Miami.
Sergio MartínezMiguel CottoHugo César ChávezÓscar de la Hoya
Cotto was undefeated until his 33rd match against Mexican boxer Antonio Margarito (who actually cheated).
The last Miss Universe from Puerto Rico was Zuleyka Rivera in 2006.
Athens 2004Beijing 2008London 2012Rio 2016
Tennis player Mónica Puig won the first gold medal for Puerto Rico defeating German player Angelique Kerber.
Tango is mostly danced in the countries surrounding the Río de la Plata in South America.
BacardiPalo ViejoRon BarcelóDon Q
Barceló is a Dominican rum.
How Much Do You Know About Puerto Rico?
Expand your horizons. Become more cultured, and remember that Puerto Rico is not only nice beaches and a vacation destination.
You did pretty decent, but there's room for improvement.
You are cultured enough to take a vacation to the island!
If you are not Puerto Rican, borrow some "maracas", and go celebrate on the next Puerto Rican Day Parade!