Geography Trivia Questions And Answers

So, how much information do you have on different countries, flags, physical features, capital cities, and languages? Do you know where the longest river in the world is found? The location of the highest mountain?  Or even animal quizzes per geographical location, the bird ‘Turkey’ originated from which country? I bet that thought provoked your mind a little, didn’t it?

If you are passionate about traveling, and you always pay attention to your surrounding, these geography trivia questions are fit for you. They’ll test your knowledge on how well you know the world. 

One thing about these particular trivia questions is that they are a  great way to learn different things and show off your knowledge.  Knowledge is power! 

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What is the capital of Africa’s Kenya? Which are the four colored seas in the world? Yes, we have four colored seas in the world. You thought of the Red Sea only, huh? Challenge your brain a bit with more easy geography questions and click on the “ Show Answer” to see whether you got it right. Game Rules as always, No Cheating!

Burkina Faso had an original name, what was it called? What is the deepest spot in the world?  Burkina Faso hasn’t always been Burkina Faso? Find out what was its original name from our hard geography and history trivia questions. 

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Geography trivia quiz questions

  • Which lake is the largest in Africa?

    Lake Victoria

  • Which country is part of all the hemispheres?

    Africa

  • How many time zones does Russia have?

    11

  • Which is bigger: Mount Everest or Mariana Trench?

    Mariana Trench

  • Which countries share the longest border in the world?

    Canada – United states

  • Which Italian city is famous for its canals?

    Venice

  • Europe and Africa are separated by which sea?

    The Mediterranean

  • What is the capital city of America?

    Washington, D.C.

  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world?

    Canada

  • Which river rises in Peru, has no bridge crossing it and enters the sea in Brazil?

    The Amazon

  • Which city in United States has the nick name ‘The Big Apple’?

    New York City

  • Which rainforest makes up around half of the world’s remaining rainforests?

    The Amazon Rainforest

  • Which is the happiest place on Earth to live?

    Finland (balance of beauty and generosity, as per latest findings)

  • Which is the longest river in Europe?

    Volga

  • What is Earth’s approximate water vs. land coverage ratio?

    71 to 29

  • Which major oceans surround the continent of Africa?

    the Indian Ocean and the South Atlantic Ocean

  • Which are the only two countries to have a land border with the US?

    Canada and Mexico

  • What is the capital city of Malaysia?

    Kuala Lumpur

  • In which country does the River Nile meet the sea?

    Egypt

  • Which are the countries that share open borders?

    New Zealand and Australia

  • Where is the world’s longest sea crossing?

    Hong Kong to Macau, China (55km)

  • Which is the country with the most number of borders?

    China (14 countries- India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, North Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Bhutan and Nepal)

  • In which country is the holy cities of Mecca and Medina located?

    Saudi Arabia

  • Which country is the second largest in the world in terms of surface area?

    Canada

  • Which ocean lies between Africa and Australia and south of Asia?

    Indian Ocean

  • Seven African countries begin with the letter M, Can you find and name all seven countries?

    Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique

  • What is the currency used in Singapore?

    Singapore Dollar

  • Addis Ababa is the capital city of which African country?

    Ethiopia

  • What is the national currency of Malaysia?

    Malaysian Ringgit

  • Which is the second most populated country in the world?

    India

  • Which English city did poet Matthew Arnold describe as ‘the city of dreaming spires’?

    Oxford

  • Which celestial body near us is wider than the australia?

    The moon

  • Which hemisphere does the majority of humans live in?

    Northern (90%)

  • Which is the largest city in ireland?

    Dublin

  • Where is the highest annual rainfall recorded?

    Hawaii

  • How many time zones does India have?

    Two

  • Where is the Blue Nile river located?

    Ethiopia

  • Where can we find the longest border?

    Between Canada and US

  • What is the biggest latitude called?

    Equator

  • Mount Everest lies in which mountain range?

    The Himalayas

  • Which is the tallest building in the world?

    Burj Khalifa in Dubai since 2008, 828-metre (2,717 ft)

  • What is the capital city of Germany?

    Berlin

  • How many countries border Germany?

    Nine (Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands)

  • Which is the only country through which both the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn pass?

    Brazil

  • Where is the biggest railway station in the world?

    New York City (Grand Central Terminal)

  • Which European country has a capital city called Bucharest?

    Romania

  • Which is the longest river in the world?

    Nile

  • What is the currency used in Japan?

    Japanese Yen

  • Which country is the second biggest in the world?

    Canada

  • Which ocean lies between Europe and America?

    Atlantic Ocean

  • How many countries are there in the world today?

    195 countries

  • Which South American country has land borders with ten other countries?

    Brazil

  • In which country do you find the Yellow River, also known as Huang He?

    China

  • Which city is also known as ‘The Eternal City’?

    Rome

  • Which is the country with the least population?

    Vatican City

  • What is the official language of Australia?

    English language

  • What is the capital city of China?

    Beijing

  • What are the key factors that determine the climate of an area?

    Latitude, Altitude, and Rainfall

  • Where do river Clyde flow through?

    Glasgow

  • Eurostar train goes from Europe to _________?

    St Pancras Station

  • What kind of boat goes through canals?

    Barges

  • Which continent is Tasmania in?

    Australia

  • What lies above mexico?

    USA

  • Where does the Colorado river flow through?

    Grand Canyon

  • Which country shares the same peninsula as Portugal?

    Spain

  • Which European country shares its border with the most neighbors?

    Germany

  • Which country is called the Land of Rising Sun?

    Japan

  • Which is the smallest country in the world?

    Vatican City

  • What is the currency used in Britain?

    Pound sterling

  • Which two continents does Russia belong to?

    Europe and Asia

  • What is the oldest city in the United States?

    Saint Augustine, Florida

  • What do you call smaller rivers that flow into another river?

    Tributaries

  • What is the name of the Capital of New Zealand that is the southernmost national capital in the world?

    Wellington

  • Which is the smallest country in Asia by population?

    The Maldives

  • What is the largest city to connect two continents?

    Istanbul

  • What is the capital of Thailand?

    Bangkok

  • Where would you find St. Peter's Basilica?

    Vatican City

  • Which is the only country with a coastline on both the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf?

    Saudi Arabia

  • How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico?

    Five

  • What is the official language of Brazil?

    Portuguese

  • What U.S. territory has the slogan "Where American's day begins"?

    Guam

  • Which is the largest US state in terms of population?

    California

  • Where would you find St. Peter's Basilica?

    Vatican City

  • Ceylon is the former name of which country?

    Sri Lanka

  • Which scientist sailed the HMS Beagle to South America, inlcuding a stop in the Galapagos Islands?

    Charles Darwin

  • What are horizontal and vertical imaginary lines around the earth called?

    Latitudes and Longitudes

  • Which U.S. cities are you flying between if the airport codes on your ticket are ATL and PDX?

    Atlanta and Portland

  • Which is the largest lake in the world?

    Caspian Sea

  • What is the capital of Kenya?

    Nairobi

  • In which country would you find Mount Kilimanjaro?

    Tanzania

  • Sicily is the largest island in which sea?

    Mediterranean Sea

  • What is the capital city of Spain?

    Madrid

  • Which U.S. Interstate highway is the longest?

    Interstate 90

  • In which part of the river does the water flows the fastest?

    Upper course

  • Which U.S. state is home to the Dazed and Confused students at Lee High School, in the memorable 1993 coming-of-age movie?

    Texas

  • Which is the country with the most number of capital cities?

    South Africa

  • Mount Everest is in which mountain chain?

    Himalayas

  • Which is the oldest city in the world?

    Damascus, Syria

  • What "colorful" body of water separates Saudi Arabia from Africa?

    Red Sea

  • What is the name of the supercontinent that existed 200 million years ago?

    Pangea

  • In the South, Hominy when ground is more popularly know as what?

    Grits

  • From whom did the USA purchase Alaska from?

    Russia

  • Off what country are the islands of Islay, Mull, and St. Kilda located - Ireland, Scotland, or Iceland?

    Scotland

  • Ljubljana is the capital of which country?

    Slovenia

  • What colorful body of water separates Saudi Arabia from Africa?

    Red Sea

  • What is the capital of Uruguay?

    Montevideo

  • What is earth's largest ocean by surface size?

    Pacific

  • Where are the Andes mountains located?

    South America

  • How many U.S. states boarder the Pacific Ocean?

    Five states: California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii

  • What do you call land with water on 3 sides?

    Peninsula

  • What is the largest lake in Africa?

    Lake Victoria

  • What led to the formation of Oregon lake?

    Collapse of Mount Mazama

  • The Dingo is a free range dog found mainly in which country?

    Australia

  • Which river flows through the rainforest in brazil?

    Amazon

  • In 1979, Bob was the first one of these to be given a male name. What is it?

    A hurricane

  • Which is the largest lake in north America?

    Lake Superior

  • Which is the only US state to produce coffee beans?

    Hawaii

  • How many deserts does Africa have?

    (Sahara, Kalahani and Namib)

  • The Black Forest is located in what European country?

    Germany

  • Which continent is Britain part of?

    Europe (lies to the Northwest of mainland Europe)

  • How many U.S. states boarder the Pacific Ocean?

    Five states: California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii

  • Which continent is known as Dark Continent?

    Africa

  • Which city is located both in Asia and Europe?

    Istanbul

  • Which is the coldest place on Earth?

    Antarctica

  • Lake Tahoe is between the borders of which two U.S. states?

    California & Nevada

  • Which is the highest mountain in the world?

    Mount Everest

  • In what mountain range is Mount Everest located?

    Himalayas

  • Which is the hottest continent on Earth?

    Africa

  • The Isles of Scilly are an archipelago off the tip of which cape?
  • How many U.S. states border the Gulf of Mexico?

    Five – From east to west:Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.

  • Which is the biggest desert in the world?

    Sahara Desert

  • Magyars are the people of which country?

    Hungary

  • How many school districts does Hawaii have?

    1 school district

  • Which is the largest waterfall in the world?

    Victoria Falls

  • In which river would you find the Ile de la Cite and the Ile Saint-Louis?

    The Seine

  • What is the longest river in the world?

    The Amazon river is 4,345 miles in length and located in South America. It leads out to the Atlantic Ocean.

  • The United States consists of how many states?

    50

  • The Sahara Desert extends into how many countries 5, 10 or 13?

    Ten

  • What is the longest river in South America?

    Amazon

  • What is the name of the biggest ocean on Earth?

    The Pacific Ocean

  • What is the unit of currency of Poland?

    Zloty

  • What city is second largest in Australia?

    Melbourne

  • Which planet is nearest to the Earth?

    Venus

  • Into which sea does the river Volga flow?

    The Caspian

  • Which is colder: The North Pole or the South Pole?

    The South Pole

  • Which city would you visit to see Gaudi's fantastical architecture?

    Barcelona

  • Which is the longest river in Africa?

    The Nile is the longest river in Africa. It is 6650 km/ 4130miles long. The Nile’s drainage basin covers 11 countries.

  • Which are the 7 continents in the world from largest in area to smallest?

    Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia

  • Which country has Anas Vaduz as its capital?

    Lichtenstein

  • Which country in the European Union has the biggest population?

    Germany has the biggest population in the EU. 82 million people live in this country in central Europe.

  • In which country would you find the Leaning Tower of Pisa?

    Italy

  • Which four presidents are engraved on Mount Rushmore?

    Roosevelt, Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson

  • Which continent is the most populous?

    60% of the world’s population live on the Asian continent. More than 4.4 billion people live in Asia.

  • What is the capital city of India?

    New Delhi

  • In which European city would you find the Spanish Steps?

    Rome

  • Which is the world's largest country by size?

    Russia is the largest country by size, followed by Canada, China and the USA.

  • How many states of India share its border with Bhutan?

    4 (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal & Sikkim)

  • PEK is the code for which international airport?

    Beijing

  • Which is the largest volcano in the world?

    Mouna Loa on Hawaii is the largest active volcano. It last erupted in 1984 and the flanks of the volcano trembled with earthquakes for more than three years.

  • What are the names of the five oceans?

    Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic and Southern

  • How many US states begin with the letter A?

    Four – Alabama, Alaska, Arizona and Arkansas

  • Which is the longest continental mountain range in the world?

    The Andes in South America are the longest mountain range stretching over 7600 km/ 4700 miles from north to south.

  • Which country has the largest population in the world?

    China

  • In which country is the worlds highest waterfall?

    Venezuela

  • Which two countries share the longest border in the world?

    The longest border is between the United States of America and Canada. It is over 8893 km/ 5525 miles long.

  • Which is the largest country in the world?

    Russia

  • The M1 motorway is how many miles long?

    193 miles

  • Which city is situated on two continents?

    Istanbul

  • Which lake holds by far the largest volume of water in the UK?

    Loch Ness

  • What is the largest city in Saskatchewan?

    Saskatoon

  • Which river rises in the Himalayas in India and drains into the Bay of Bengal?

    Ganges

  • Where is the largest volcano on Earth located?

    Hawaii

  • What is the longest river in Canada?

    Sydney

  • The Danube flows into what body of water?

    The Black Sea

  • What are the Earth’s five oceans?

    Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Antarctic

  • What is the national river of Russia?

    Volga

  • What is the state capital of New York?

    Albany

  • What is the least populated U.S. state?

    Wyoming

  • Which is taller: The Eiffel Tower or Blackpool Tower?

    Eiffel Tower (324m vs 158m)

  • What is the only country that borders the United Kingdom?

    Ireland

  • Which U.S. state has the largest aquifer?

    Nebraska

  • On an O.S Map with a scale of 1:25000, how many inches represent one mile?

    Two and a half

  • What is the capital city of Australia?

    Canberra

  • What is the earliest known walled city?

    Jericho

  • Is Australia in the northern or the southern hemisphere?

    Southern

  • By area, what is the smallest country in the world?

    Vatican City

  • What is the capital of Costa Rico

    San José

  • What colour is the spot in the middle of the Japanese flag?

    Red

  • Can you name three U.S. states that have a coastline on the Gulf of Mexico?

    Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida

  • What country borders the Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf, and Gulf of Oman?

    Iran

  • In which continent is the world’s longest river, the Nile?

    Africa

  • What is the largest U.S. state by area?

    Alaska

  • What is the flattest U.S. state?

    Florida

  • In which country would you be if you were visiting the Taj Mahal?

    India

  • What is the capital of Spain?

    Madrid

  • What is the oldest city in Texas?

    Nacogdoches

  • Which of the following lakes is located in an ancient meteorite impact crater?

    Lake Bosumtwi

  • Which of the following is NOT a capital city?

    Sydney

  • What are the westernmost and easternmost states in the United States?

    Alaska

  • TRUE or FALSE - Japan has left-hand side traffic.

    TRUE

  • What is the only continent with land in all four hemispheres?

    Africa

  • Which country has the most volcanoes?

    Indonesia

  • Which country has the abbreviation "CH"?

    Switzerland

  • What U.S. state shares borders with Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico?

    Texas

  • What is the official language of the Canadian province Quebec?

    French

  • TRUE or FALSE - The Sonoran Desert is located in eastern Africa.

    FALSE

  • What is the deepest point in Earth's oceans?

    Mariana Trench.

  • What are the five boroughs of New York City?

    Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island

  • Which of these is NOT an island that is part of the Philippines?

    Java

  • What is the smallest independent country on Earth?

    Vatican City

  • Where can Scafell Pike, England's highest peak, be found?

    The Lake District

  • Which of these countries is NOT located in Africa?

    Suriname

  • Which of these African nations is NOT landlocked?

    Republic of Congo

  • What country uses the peso as its currency?

    Give a point for any of the following: Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Rep, The Philippines, Uruguay

  • Where is the area commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle?

    North Atlantic Ocean, between Florida and Puerto Rico

  • To the nearest billion, how large is the world’s population?

    8 billion (The figure is roughly 7.8 billion)

  • Riyadh is the capital of what Middle-Eastern country?

    Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  • What is the capital city of Africa's Namibia?

    Windhoek

  • The following Spanish provinces are located in the northern area of Spain except:

    Murcia

  • Mount Vesuvius overlooks which present-day Italian city?

    Naples

  • What city is the capital of Australia?

    Canberra

  • Where is the northernmost point of land in the world?

    Greenland

  • Kuala Lumpur is the capital of which country?

    Malaysia

  • On the London Tube network, which is the only station to begin with the letter i?

    Ickenham

  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?

    Mount Everest

  • Cuba is less than a hundred miles away from what U.S. state?

    Florida

  • Which country was NOT part of the Soviet Union?

    Romania

  • What is the name of the microstate located between Spain and France?

    Andorra

  • What country is home to Kangaroo Island?

    Australia

  • What is the only sea on Earth with no coastline?

    Sargasso Sea

  • TRUE or FALSE - Nova Scotia is on the east coast of Canada.

    TRUE

  • The Strait of Gibraltar separates the Iberian Peninsular from which African country?

    Morocco

  • Which of the following volcanoes is NOT located in Antarctica?

    Mount Napier

  • In a percentage, how much of Russia does Siberia cover?

    Approximately 75%

  • TRUE or FALSE - St. Louis is the capital of the US State Missouri.

    FALSE

  • In which US state would you find Fort Knox?

    Kentucky

  • Which U.S. state has the most active volcanoes?

    Alaska

  • What does the ‘DC’ stand for in Washington DC?

    District of Columbia

  • Which of these African countries list "Spanish" as an official language?

    Equatorial Guinea

  • What is the highest peak in Africa?

    Mount Kilimanjaro

  • What is the capital of Canada?

    Ottawa

  • Which African nation has the most pyramids?

    Sudan

  • What river flows through Paris?

    The River Seine

  • What is the Capital of the United States?

    Washington, D.C.

  • To what country to the Canary Islands belong?

    Spain

  • In what country can you visit Machu Picchu?

    Peru

  • What is the world's largest continent?

    Asia

  • The derisive acronym "PIIGS" refers to which of the following European countries and their economic statuses?

    Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain

  • What is the capital of Peru?

    Lima

  • How many countries does China touch?

    14

  • How many islands are there in the philippines?

    7100+

  • Which island has no connection to the modern world?

    North Sentinel Island

  • It is illegal to fly over Taj Mahal. True or False?

    True

  • At what rate is the himalayas growing?

    1.5 cm every year

  • When did Bangladesh get independence?

    1971

  • Which country has the highest population density?

    Monaco

  • Which country has the lowest population density?

    Mongolia

  • Which country produces the most rice?

    China

  • At what rate is the dead sea sinking?

    1 meter per year

  • Which national capital city is the closest to the equator?

    Quito

  • Which place receives the world’s highest annual average rainfall?

    Mawsynram (Over 10,000 millimeters of rain in an average year)

  • What do you call a study of weather?

    Meteorology

  • Which day is celebrated as World Earth Day?

    April 22

  • Which is the longest river in Asia?

    River Yangtze

  • Which is the world’s longest country from north to south?

    Chile (2,647 miles long, spreads through 38 degrees of latitude)

  • Which is the country with the most number of islands?

    Sweden (221,800 islands)

  • The crown in an Irish Claddagh ring represents what?

    Loyalty – The hands represent friendship and the heart represents love.

  • Frankenmuth, a U.S. city nicknamed "Little Bavaria", is located in what state?

    Michigan

  • Which device measures the speed of wind?

    Anemometer

  • What is the main ingredient in the indian dish biryani?

    Rice

  • Where is the longest vertical drop located?

     Mt. Thor on Baffin Island

  • How many school districts does Hawaii have?

    1 school district

  • Where is the Rotterdam port located?

    Europe

  • Which country has the greatest difference between its highest and lowest temperatures?

    Russia

  • The Black Forest is located in what European country?

    Germany

  • What is the full form of LoC?

    Line of control

  • The United States state of Georgia is famous for what fruit?

    Peach

  • What is Sydney harbor known for?

    Largest steel arch bridge

  • Where is Mount Ararat located?

    Turkey

  • Which Spanish festival is featured in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises?

    San Fermin – The annual fiesta takes place in Pamplona, Spain from July 6 to July 14.

  • Yamuna is the tributary of?

    Ganges river

  • Which school was Maya Lin attending when she designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial as part of a class assignment?

    Yale University – Initially scorned, the memorial is now cherished by millions of visitors each year.

  • Which is the biggest country in Africa continent?

    Algeria

  • What is the longest river in South America?

    Amazon

  • Which country was once known as Rhodesia?

    Zimbabwe

  • In which state is the historic Shinnecock Hills Golf Club located?

    New York – The Long Island club was founded in 1891.

  • Which country is the leading egg producer in the world?

    China

  • Which district in central Tokyo is particularly famous for its electronics?

    Akihabara

  • Which is the world’s biggest port?

    Port of Shanghai

  • The Pine Barrens in southern New Jersey is the supposed home of which legendary creature?

    Jersey Devil

  • Where is K2 mountain located?

    Between China and Pakistan border

  • Which country faces the threat of drowning due to global warming?

    Maldives

  • Which fast-disappearing island nation receives 10% of its income from royalties from the use of its national internet domain suffix?

    Tuvalu – Due to the sea level rise.

  • What city is the capital of China?

    Beijing

  • Which famous painting depicted Mount Fuji?

    The Great Wave – Hokusai

  • Which is the only US state to produce coffee beans?

    Hawaii

  • Eurostar train goes from Europe to?

    St Pancras Station

  • Brazil was once a colony of which European country?

    Portugal

  • What type of bridge is Tower Bridge, London?

    Brascule

  • In 1979, Bob was the first one of these to be given a male name. What is it?

    A hurricane

  • The Electoral Palatinate was a historic region along which river?

    Rhine

  • What is the official currency of Vietnam?

    Vietnamese Dong

  • Within which country can two other independent countries be found?

    Italy

  • Which climate can reach 40o Celsius during the day and 0o Celsius at night?

    Arid or Deserts

  • What mountains on India's Northern border are nicknamed "Snow Abode"?

    The Himalayas

  • The border between Wales and England lies near which line on longitude?

    Three degrees west

  • Rarotonga is an island of which country?

    New Zealand

  • At which height does a hill become a mountain?

    600 m

  • The TauTona Gold Mine is the world's deepest mine; in which country can it be found?

    South Africa

  • Which Nordic country was first to give women the right to vote, in 1906?

    Finland

  • Lebanon gained independence from which country in 1943?

    France

  • In which American city is the Golden Gate Bridge located?

    San Francisco

  • The Baikonur Cosmodrome, Russia's main space launch facility, is located in which country?

    Kazakhstan

  • Which country occupies most of Cisjordan?

    Israel

  • Which country is also known as the Netherlands?

    Holland

  • The Chalbi Desert and Cherangany Hills are found in which country?

    Kenya

  • Which river forms part of the boundary between Mexico and the United States?

    Rio Grande

  • Where is the Levantine Basin found?

    Mediterranean Sea

  • The Chukchi Sea is north of which sea?

    Bering Sea

  • Which is the most populous city in the United Kingdom which is also its capital city?

    London

  • What is the capital of Armenia?

    Yerevan

  • In what city is the historic Arcade shopping mall, which now houses micro-lofts along with its retail shops?

    Providence, Rhode Island – The mall was completed in 1928.

  • Pilbara is a region in which Australian state?
    Western Australia
  • On which street was the New York Stock Exchange established?

    Wallstreet

  • Which is the largest rock in the world?

    Mount Augustus

  • What city became capital of Marshal Petain's government after the Nazi invasion of France in 1940?

    Vichy

  • Which countries have pyramids older than egypt?

    Sudan

  • Which U.S. state is closest to Africa?

    Maine

  • Tallest mountain in Great Britain?

    Ben Nevis

  • Which is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust?

    Aluminum

  • Which hemisphere does Australia lie on?

    Southern

  • How many time zones are in Canada?

    6

  • What is Belgium’s nickname?

    Cockpit of Europe

  • How many different languages exist in the world today?

    6,500

  • Canada is made up of how many provinces?

    10 Provinces

  • What do you call when two water streams join?

    Confluence

  • Which is the largest capital city in the world (by population)?

    Tokyo is the most populated city in the world

  • What do you call a chain of mountains?

    A range

  • Which non-polar desert is the biggest desert in the world?

    The Sahara desert in North Africa is the biggest desert in the world outside the polar regions.

  • Where was the first European settlement in Australia located?

    Port Jackson

  • Ship's captains are empowered to conduct two religious rites - name them?

    Burials and baptisms

  • What Australian city boasts the world's largest natural harbor?

    Sydney

  • In which European capital is the river Aare situated?

    Bern

  • Which group of travellers set out from the Tabard Inn?

    The Pilgrims In The Canterbury Tales

  • What is the capital city of Saskatchewan?

    Regina

  • Santo Domingo is the capital of what country?

    Dominican Republic

  • What is the highest mountain in the British Isles?

    Ben Nevis

  • The famous commercial port of Sidon is located in which Arab country?

    Lebanon

  • Which luxury liner made her final voyage to Long Beach, California, when she was made into a civic centre?

    The Queen Mary

  • What is the highest point in Oregon?

    Mount Hood

  • By what name is the former country of South West Africa now known?

    Namibia

  • What Canadian province boasts the longest freshwater beach in the world?

    Ontario’s Wasaga Beach

  • 2001 movie Amelie is set in which part of Paris?

    Montmartre

  • What U.S. state is home to Yellowstone National Park?

    Wyoming

  • In what country would you find Lake Bled?

    Slovenia

  • What is the state capital of Oregon?

    Salem

  • How many National Parks are there in Wales?

    Three

  • What is the primary mountain range in Iran?

    Zagros Mountains

  • Which lake holds by far the largest volume of water in the UK?

    Loch Ness

  • Which country has Cayenne as its capital?

    French Guiana

  • What is the oldest city in India?

    Varanasi

  • Baku is the capital city of which eastern European country?

    Azerbaijan

  • Which U.S. state has the most miles of rivers?

    Nebraska

  • Floppy hats called "berets" are associated with what culture?

    French

  • What U.S. state contains the world's largest flat-top mountain?

    Colorado

  • The "Australian Open" is a Grand Slam tournament in which sport?

    Tennis

  • What is the capital of Turkey?

    Ankara

  • In which English county might you find the towns Darwen and Nelson?

    Lancashire

  • What is the capital of Nigeria?

    Abuja

  • What did the Romans call the city now known as London?

    Londinium

  • Which 'D' is an northern England town on the banks of the River Skerne?

    Darlington

  • Which body of water are Madagascar and Sri Lanka located in?

    Indian Ocean

  • Which bridge, one of the oldest roadway bridges in the United States, was completed in 1883 and spans the East River?

    Brooklyn Bridge

  • What are the only landlocked countries in South America?

    Paraguay and Bolivia

  • What is the most populated country in Africa?

    Nigeria

  • What was the first Christian country in Africa?

    Ethiopia

  • What does each star on the flag of the United States stand for?

    A state

  • What is the most densely populated country on Earth?

    Monaco

  • In which desert was there no rain for 10 years?

    Sahara

  • Which stretch of water separates Anglesey and Wales?

    Menai Strait

  • What mountains form part of the conventional boundary between the continents of Europe and Asia?

    Ural Mountains

  • What country, slightly smaller than Texas, uses the "kyat" as its currency?

    Burma

  • Which country’s name could be part of a Christmas dinner?

    Turkey

  • What Hawaiian island is known as "Bird Island"?

    Nihoa

  • On which continent would you find the Rhine River?

    Europe

  • In which Scandinavian country would you find fjords?

    Norway

  • What mountain range stretches from the town of Seesen in northwest Germany to Eisleben in the east?

    Harz

  • What country in Africa with Lilongwe as its capital uses kwacha as its currency?

    Malawi

  • In which country would you be if you were visiting the Taj Mahal?

    India

  • Of the eight major islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago, what is the only one that is uninhabited?

    Kaho’olawe

  • Jerusalem belongs to which Middle Eastern country?

    Israel

  • When it's 9 PM in New York on Tuesday, what time is it in Echuca, Australia?

    11 AM Wednesday

  • Which river flows through the Grand Canyon?

    Colorado River

  • How many tributaries does the Amazon River have?

    Over 1,100 tributaries

  • In which country will you find most of the Kalahari Desert?

    Botswana

  • Can you name a four-letter country in Africa?

    Chad, Mali, or Togo

  • What is America's largest city by surface area?

    Yakutat

  • What country is just north of the border of the United States?

    Canada

  • What is the coldest sea on Earth?

    The White Sea

  • Charleston is the capital of which U.S. state?

    West Virginia

  • What would you call someone from Sudan?

    Sudanese

  • What is the largest city in the world based on surface area?

    Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia

  • The island of Mauritius was once the home of what extinct species?

    Dodo

  • What ocean is home to 75% of the Earth's volcanoes?

    Pacific Ocean

  • In which country would you find the city of Dresden?

    Germany

  • What continent contains the most fresh water?

    Antarctica

  • How many towns are on Stewart Island, New Zealand?

    One

  • What is the name of the highest uninterrupted waterfall in the world?

    Angel Falls

  • What mountain is closest to the Moon?

    Mount Chimborazo

  • Which city in France has the second highest population?

    Marseille

  • What are the only three countries completely surrounded by one other country?

    Lesotho, Vatican City & San Marino

  • What country has the largest population in the world?

    China

  • Montevideo is the capital of what South American country?

    Uruguay

  • What country is home to the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest?

    Nepal

  • The emblem on the flag of the Republic of Tajikistan features a sunrise over mountains below what symbol?

    Crown

  • What is the tallest mountain in North America?

    Denali

  • After Alaska, which U.S. state has the longest coastline?

    Florida

  • Which lake is the worlds largest lake?

    Lake Superior

  • What South American country shares the bulk of the Southern Cone with its neighbor Chile to the west?

    Argentina

  • Yerevan is the capital of what country?

    Armenia

  • In which country is Tallinn located?

    Estonia

     

  • What is the highest waterfall in Europe?

    Krimml Waterfalls

  • In which U.S. state would you find Mount Rushmore?

    South Dakota

  • What is the capital of Mauritius?

    Port Louis

     

  • What country occupies the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula?

    Yemen

  • What nation produces two thirds of the world’s vanilla?

    Madagascar

  • What is Canada's largest island?

    Baffin Island

     

  • Along with Spain and France, what is the other country to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines?

    Morocco

  • What national park is known for having alligators?

    The Everglades

  • What is the tallest mountain in Canada?

    Mount Logan

     

  • What continent is located at Latitude 90° S Longitude 0.00° E?

    Antarctica

  • What is the main dialect of Chinese spoken in Hong Kong by the majority of the locals?

    Cantonese

  • What is the Finnish word for "Finland"?

    Suomi

     

  • What is the largest country on the Arabian Peninsula?

    Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  • The duck billed platypus is native to what country?

    Australia

  • Which country was NOT formerly part of Yugoslavia?

    Albania

     

  • What is the flattest continent?

    Australia

  • Which country formerly ruled Iceland?

    Denmark

  • What is the most populous Muslim-majority nation in 2010?

    Indonesia

     

  • What is the oldest city in the world?

    Damascus

  • Which Spanish Island is known as “The Island of Eternal Spring”?

    Tenerife

  • Fucking is a village in which country?

    Austria

  • What African country served as the setting for Tatooine in Star Wars?

    Tunisia

  • The Hunua Ranges is located in?

    New Zealand

  • Due to the extreme difficulty of ascent, what mountain is nicknamed the “Savage Mountain”?

    K2

  • What is the area of Vatican City?

    0.44km^2

     

  • What is the only sea without any coasts?

    Sargasso Sea

  • On 16 December 1971, East Pakistan was liberated from Pakistan becoming what newly independent state?

    Bangladesh

  • How many countries border Kyrgyzstan?

    Four

  • What country has the most natural lakes?

    Canada

  • The deepest trench in the world, the Mariana Trench, is located in which ocean?

    Pacific Ocean

  • In 1862, the city of Bucharest became the capital of which country?

    Romania

  • What year is on the flag of the US state Wisconsin?

    1848

     

  • What river runs through Baghdad?

    Tigris river

  • Which of these island countries is located in the Caribbean?

    Barbados

     

  • What razor-thin country accounts for more than half of the western coastline of South America?

    Chile

  • Dracula famously lived in the historical region of Transylvania – but in what country would you now find his castle?

    Romania

  • What is the only territory of the mainland Americas that still belongs to a European country?

    French Guiana

  • In which city, is the Big Nickel located in Canada?

    Sudbury, Ontario

     

  • How many countries still have the shilling as currency?

    Four – Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Somalia

  • San José is the capital and largest city of which Central American country?

    Costa Rica

  • Which English county will you find the University of East Anglia?

    Norfolk

  • In which European city would you find Manneken Pis – a statue of a small boy urinating into a fountain?

    Brussels

  • What is the capital city of New Zealand?

    Wellington

  • Which London Underground line is represented as green on the tube map?

    The District Line

  • In a percentage, how much of Russia does Siberia cover?

    Approximately 75%

  • : In the 2016 Global Peace Index poll, out of 163 countries, what was the United States of America ranked?

    103

     

  • What is the largest desert in the world?

    Antarctica

  • How many timezones does Russia have?

    11

  • In which city would you find La Sagrada Familia?

    Barcelona

  • What is the capital of Senegal?

    Dakar

  • How many boroughs are there in New York City?

    Five – The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island

  • The historical city Timbuktu is located in which West African country?

    Mali

     

  • What is the longest river in the UK?

    River Severn

  • What is the capital of the State of Washington, United States?

    Olympia

  • Pho and banh mi are dishes from which country?

    Vietnam

  • What African country has Portuguese as its official language?

    Mozambique

     

  • What African country has the largest population?

    Nigeria (190 million)

  • How many states are there in Australia?

    Six – New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, Tasmania, South Australia

  • In which country is the ancient city of Petra?

    Jordan

  • What is the capital of Chile?

    Santiago

     

  • What is the capital of Canada?

    Ottawa

  • Which ocean is Bermuda in?

    Atlantic ocean

  • How many countries are there in Africa?

    54

  • What is the largest non-continental island in the world?

    Greenland

  • What is the currency of Sweden?

    Swedish Krona

  • What is the fastest flowing river in the world?

    Amazon

  • How many countries are inside the United Kingdom?

    Four

  • There are three US states with just four letters in their name: can you name them?

    Utah, Iowa, Ohio

  • Where would you find the "Spanish Steps"?

    Rome, Italy

     

  • Mount Vesuvius casts a shadow over which modern Italian city?

    Naples

  • What is the largest country in South America?

    Brazil

  • Which small country is located between the borders of France and Spain?

    Andorra

     

  • What is the capital of Scotland?

    Edinburgh

     

  • The world’s first national park was established in 1872 in which country?

    USA, Yellowstone

  • What is the smallest country in the world?

    Vatican City

     

  • What is the highest mountain in Britain?

    Ben Nevis

  • What is the Polish city known to Germans as Danzig?

    Gdańsk

     

  • What is the most populous city in the US state of Illinois?

    Chicago

  • What is the oldest active volcano on Earth?

    Mount Etna

  • There are no deserts in Europe?

    True

  • What did Ceylon change its name to in 1972?

    Sri Lanka

  • What is the only major city located on two continents?

    Istanbul

  • How many countries does the United States share a land border with?

    2

  • What is the name of the largest river to flow through Paris?

    The Seine

  • Alaska is the largest state in the United States?

    True

  • If you travelled to the city of Volgograd, which country would be in?

    Russia

  • What is the only state in the United States that does not have a flag in a shape with 4 edges?

    Ohio

  • What is the oldest recorded town in the UK?

    Colchester

  • What is the state capital of Oklahoma?

    Oklahoma City

  • What is the capital of Denmark?

    Copenhagen

  • In which UK city would you find the river Clyde?

    Glasgow

  • How many federal states does Germany have?

    16

  • What country is the newest in the world to be recognised by the UN?

    South Sudan (2011)

  • What body of water separates Africa and Europe?

    The Strait of Gibraltar

  • The body of the Egyptian Sphinx was based on which animal?

    Lion

  • What is the capital of Malta?

    Valetta

  • What percentage of the River Nile is located in Egypt?

    22%

  • What is the capital of the American state of Arizona?

    Phoenix

     

  • What country has the longest coastline in the world?

    Canada

  • What is the capital city of Belarus?
    Minsk
  • Budapest is the capital of which country?

    Hungary

  • How many stars are there on the Australian flag?
    Six
  • What country is split into 443 named islands and also holds the territory of Greenland?

    Denmark

  • What country is bordered by Somalia, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda?
    Kenya
  • Luxembourg is the capital of what country?

    Luxembourg

  • Which Central American country's highest elevation point is Cerro Chirripo at 3,810 meters?
    Costa Rica
  • Sudan is bordered to the east by which sea?
    Red Sea
  • What is the largest country in the Caribbean?

    Cuba

  • In what city, the capital of Iraq, is Aladdin said to have found his magic lamp?

    Baghdad

  • Eight of the world's ten highest peaks are found in what nation?

    Nepal

  • In recent years, which country has provided Australia with most of its immigrants?
    New Zealand
  • In which Australian state are Perth, Broome and Albany?
    Western Australia
  • In which country are the large islands New Britain and New Ireland located?
    Papua New Guinea
  • What country, slightly larger than Texas, uses the "kwacha" as its currency?
    Zambia
  • Where would you find the Yangtze River?
    China
  • What is the capital city of Sierra Leone on the western coast of Africa?
    Freetown
  • Cairo is located along the Nile River, along with the capital of Sudan which is?

    Khartoum

  • Which country borders 14 nations and crosses 8 time zones?
    Russia
  • In England, what is "The Naze"?
    Flat, Marshy Headland In Essex
  • New Delhi is the capital of which country?

    India

  • What is the capital city of Belgium?
    Brussels
  • Port-au-Prince is the capital of which country?

    Haiti

  • Which capital city lies 8,727 feet above sea level in the mountains of Colombia?

    Bogota

  • What is the largest bay in the world?
    Hudson
  • The ancient Phoenician city of Constantine is located in what modern-day Arab country?
    Algeria
  • What would you have if you recombined Laurasia and Gondwanaland?
    Pangea
  • Machu Picchu is an Incan city in what country?
    Peru
  • Tijuana, Ensenada, Acapulco and Cancun are cities in what country?

    Mexico

  • Antananarivo is the capital of which large island?
    Madagascar
  • What body of water touches the eastern coast of Mexico?
    Gulf Of Mexico
  • Which Brazilian state was the major producer of gold for the Portuguese crown in the 18th century?
    Minas Gerais
  • Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee are cities in what country?
    Scotland
  • Maldives is a group of atolls in what ocean?
    Indian
  • What two countries share the worlds longest undefended land border?
    Canada & The United States
  • Eleven percent of what island country is covered by glaciers?
    Iceland
  • Who discovered the island of Tierra del Fuego?
    Ferdinand Magellan
  • Prior to the adoption of the euro, in what country was the punt a unit of currency?
    Republic Of Ireland
  • What ocean is on the eastern border of Canada?
    Atlantic
  • On what mountain will you find Crater Lake?
    Mt. Mazama
  • You can find Grand Teton National Park in which U.S. state?

    Wyoming

  • In which city would you find the St. Lawrence River?
    Montreal
  • In 2007, who was the monarch of England?
    Queen Elizabeth II
  • Fort-de-France is the capital of what country?
    Martinique
  • Mitsubishi, Sony and Toyota are all companies with roots in what country?
    Japan
  • What is the most northern place on Earth?
    The North Pole
  • Suva is the capital of which country?
    Fiji
  • Asuncion is the capital of what country?
    Paraguay
  • In which country is the town of Auxerre?
    France
  • Which Middle Eastern country's highest elevation point is Haji Ibrahim at 3,600 meters?

    Iraq

  • Popular styles of dress in what country include the sari for women and the dhoti for men?

    India

  • What country is called "Land of Fire and Ice"?

    Iceland

  • What is the biggest island in Canada?
    Baffin Island
  • Guam, an island south of Japan, is a territory of what country?
    U.S.
  • Pago Pago is the capital of which country?
    American Samoa
  • Which European country has Mount Olympus at 2,917 meters as its highest elevation point?

    Greece

  • Which Canadian province is home to the Calgary Stampede?

    Alberta

  • In which country would you find Buckingham Palace?

    England

  • Life-size terracotta warriors of the Qin Dynasty were discovered in what country?

    China

  • What are the Benelux countries?
    Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands
  • Which former Soviet Republic was known as the "Bread Basket of the Empire"?
    Ukraine
  • What Kentucky attraction is the world's longest cave?
    Mammoth Cave
  • ECOWAS was founded in 1975 as an organization consisting of nations in what region?
    West Africa
  • Which Asian capital used to be called Peking?
    Beijing
  • What term is used in geography for arrows which are drawn on a map to show the movement?
    Flow Lines
  • What is the capital of Western Australia?

    Perth

  • In which country might you find Shabu Shabu Nabe?
    Japan
  • Which is the longest river in Canada?
    Mackenzie
  • What country is the IRA from?
    Ireland
  • In which capital city would you find the Louvre?
    Paris
  • Havana is the capital of what country?

    Cuba

  • What country celebrates its New Year with people dancing underneath a dragon costume?

    China

  • What does the Canadian Motto "A mari usque ad mare" mean?
    From Sea To Sea
  • What are the shapes of land and water called?
    Physical Features
  • What country's cuisine includes dishes such as red beet soup, kielbasa, and pierogi (dumplings)?
    Poland
  • Accra is the capital of which West African country?
    Ghana
  • What ocean is on the eastern border of Canada?
    Atlantic
  • What animal is on the state flag of California?
    Bear
  • Which country is known as the "Hashemite Kingdom"?
    Jordan
  • People in the Maasai tribe of Kenya always wear what vivid color?

    Red

  • What shape is in the center of Switzerland's flag?
    Cross
  • In which city will you find the CN Tower?

    Toronto

  • What strategic body of water does Singapore overlook?
    Straits Of Malacca
  • The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are located approximately 50 km south of which Arab Capital?
    Baghdad
  • In which country is the Casa Rosada?
    Argentina
  • Geneva, the European headquarters of the United Nations, is located in which country?

    Switzerland

  • Which river flows by Windsor Castle?
    Thames
  • Avarua, the capital of the Cook Islands, is located on which South Pacific atoll?

    Rarotonga

  • Port-au-Prince is the capital of which country?
    Haiti
  • Niagara Falls is located in the United States and what other country?

    Canada

  • Which country considers itself European even though its capital is in Asia?
    Turkey
  • Thimphu is the capital of which country?
    Bhutan
  • What is the capital of the Caribbean Island that won its independence August 6, 1962?

    Kingston

  • In which country can you find the towns of Wee Waa, Walpeup, Natimuk, Grong Grong and Moe?

    Australia

  • In 1999, which city in Europe had the most tourists?
    Paris, France
  • What is the name of the Swiss dish that usually involves melted cheese or chocolate?

    Fondue

  • Jamaica is closest to which state in the U.S.?
    Florida
  • In what country are almost half of the world's pigs kept?
    China
  • In which city will you find the Brandenburg Gate?
    Berlin
  • Bearbrass was once considered as an alternative name for the capital city today known as what?
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Which name are the Sandwich Islands better known as?

    Hawaii

  • The Islands of the Bahamas boast which capital city?
    Nassau
  • Mexico's Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo, is celebrated on what day?
    May 5
  • The Louvre is located in what country?

    France

  • What country was Mother Teresa born in?
    Albania
  • Which city was formerly known as Constantinople?
    Istanbul
  • In which country in the United Kingdom is the town of Usk located?

    Wales

  • How many countries border Kuwait?
    2
  • Traditional Japanese robes are called what?
    Kimono
  • The Gulf of Bothnia is considered to be part of which continent?
    Europe
  • What season is it in Australia during December?
    Summer
  • Indonesia, the largest archipelago in the world, holds which capital city?
    Jakarta
  • The famous Battle of Waterloo was fought 12 miles outside of which city?
    Brussels
  • What are people of Iraq referred to as?
    Iraqi
  • In which U.S. state will you find the cities of Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie and Gillette?

    Wyoming

  • What is the driest continent on Earth?

    Antarctica

  • Roseau is the capital of which country?
    Dominica
  • What Oceanic country, with Honiara as its capital city, uses dollars as its unit of currency?
    Solomon Islands
  • What is the second tallest mountain in the world?
    K-2
  • Which is the largest of the Spanish Balearic islands?
    Majorca
  • Peru's main exports are copper, zinc and what precious metal?
    Gold
  • In what country was the world's highest surface temperature (136 degrees) recorded?

    Libya

  • Of which country is Colombo the capital?
    Sri Lanka
  • Of which continent is Grenada considered to be a part?
    North America
  • In which country will you find the cities Toledo and Granada?
    Spain
  • Nassau is the capital city of which country?
    Bahamas
  • What city is the capital of Papua New Guinea?
    Port Moresby
  • Sarajevo is the capital of which country?
    Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Which country has Bishkek as its capital?

    Kyrgyzstan

  • Which country is Great Barrier Island part of?
    New Zealand
  • In what area is Sicily located in regards to the boot shape of Italy?

    Toe

  • What is the capital of the Philippines?
    Manila
  • Which city is Seattle's sister city in Japan?
    Kobe
  • Al-Azhar, the oldest University in the Arab world, is located in which country?
    Egypt
  • From which Arab country can you drive to see the eastern shore of the Dead Sea?
    Jordan
  • Which continent is Benin on?
    Africa
  • Europe's Liechtenstein is sixty percent Swiss Alps and claims which capital city?
    Vaduz
  • Which peninsula is shared by Portugal and Spain?
    Iberian
  • Which country is Casablanca in?
    Morocco
  • People referred to as Poles, or Polish, come from what country?
    Poland
  • Which country has Kigali as its capital?
    Rwanda
  • The Persian and what other Gulf borders the United Arab Emirates?
    Gulf Of Oman
  • Paella, fish, red peppers, and chorizo are typical foods of which country?
    Spain
  • Helsinki is the capital of which country?
    Finland
  • What city was Poland's capital in the fourteenth century?
    Krakow
  • On every continent there is a city named what?

    Rome

  • Lithuania, which lies on the shores of the Baltic Sea, claims which capital city?
    Vilnius
  • What city is built entirely upon a series of small islands?
    Venice, Italy
  • What is the Mekong?
    A Great River In Southeast Asia
  • What Greek city hosted the 2004 Olympic Games?
    Athens
  • What country is bordered by Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and the Ukraine?
    Poland
  • In what country would you celebrate "carnival"?
    Brazil
  • Perth, Sydney and Melbourne are large cities in what country?

    Australia

  • What is the capital city of Tanzania?
    Dar-Es-Salaam
  • What U.S city is nicknamed the "Cradle of Aviation"?
    Dayton, Ohio
  • In which sea would you find the Cayman Islands?
    Caribbean Sea
  • What is the flat land adjacent to a river called?

    Floodplains

  • What city is the capital of Greenland?
    Nuuk
  • What is the capital of the British Virgin Islands?
    Road Town
  • Which Asian capital was formerly known as Batavia?
    Jakarta
  • Residents of Peru are referred to as what?
    Peruvian
  • What is the capital city of Cambodia (or Kampuchea) which is located on the river Mekong?
    Phnom Penh
  • Part of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean, Saint Kitts and Nevis boasts what scenic capital city?
    Basseterre
  • St. Petersburg, Florida is named after a city in what country?

    Russia

  • What area were potatoes originally from?
    Peru
  • What country did the United Nations choose as number one in the 2013 Human Development Index?
    Norway
  • In which European country does traffic flow on the left hand side of the road?
    United Kingdom
  • Located in the South Pacific Ocean, what is the capital of The Independent State of Samoa?
    Apia
  • On which continent does Monrovia, the capital of Liberia, lie?
    Africa
  • What is the capital city of Nova Scotia?
    Halifax
  • Which sea lies at one end of the Great Wall of China?
    The Yellow Sea
  • Kuala Lumpur is the capital of which southeast Asian nation?
  • In which city was the oldest university in Scandinavia founded in 1477?
    Uppsala
  • Which sea is located in Israel and Jordan?
    Dead Sea
  • Which European city is known as Auld Reekie?
    Edinburgh
  • An archipelago of 169 Pacific islands known as the "Friendly Islands", Tonga has what capital city?
    Nuk’alofa
  • Groups of the Kung San people live in which African desert?
    The Kalahari Desert
  • What region makes up 75% of Russia?
    Siberia
  • What is the highest navigable body of water in the world?
    Lake Titicaca
  • Tangier is a coastal town in which Arab country?
    Morocco
  • What capital city is the only one located on the equator?
    Quito, Ecuador
  • What island off the coast of Africa is the 4th-largest island in the world?
    Madagascar
  • What majestic mountain range is found in Switzerland?

    Alps

  • What is the capital of the Faeroe Islands?
    Torshavn
  • What is the capital of the Canadian territory Nunavut?

    Iqaluit

  • Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in what country?
    Greece
  • Vatican City, where the Pope resides, is a city-state entirely contained within what country?
    Italy
  • Which Australian town is named after a number?
    Seventeen Seventy
  • What is the capital city of the U.S. Virgin Islands?
    Charlotte Amalie
  • Which city is the southernmost capital city in the world?
    Wellington
  • Which country is ruled by the Al-Sabah dynasty?

    Kuwait

  • The United Arab Emirates is located on which continent?

    Asia

  • You can get a fabulous view of what city from Mount Victoria?
    Wellington
  • Switzerland is located on which continent?

    Europe

  • What is the second largest French-speaking city in the world?
    Montreal
  • What currency is used in Tonga?
    Pa’anga
  • Which currency is used in Thailand?

    Baht

  • In what country would you find Mont St. Michel?
    France
  • What is the capital of the Falkland Islands, site of a 1982 conflict between Argentina and the U.K.?
    Port Stanley
  • At 2,600 miles, what is the 9th longest river in the world?
    Mekong
  • What are strong winds that blow across southeast Asia at certain times of the year called?
    Monsoons
  • Celtic music is folk music of what country?
    Ireland
  • What is the largest country in Africa?
    Sudan
  • Slightly larger than Montana, Zimbabwe, on the African continent, harbors which capital city?

    Harare

  • Nigeria is located on which continent?

    Africa

  • In which country were the Faberge Eggs made?

    Russia

  • The University of Haiti is located in what capital city?
    Port-Au-Prince
  • What country touches the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal?
    India
  • Which Arab country's flag has a green cedar tree in the center?

    Lebanon

  • Which Arab country's flag has a green cedar tree in the center?

    Lebanon

  • In which country would you find the Barcelona Cathedral?

    Spain

  • What country touches the Mediterranean Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Atlantic Ocean?

    Spain

  • Spaghetti, lasagna, ravioli, and cannelloni are typical foods found in the cuisine of which country?

    Italy

  • Where did New Zealand's name originate?
    Denmark
  • Where is there a town called Monkey's Eyebrow?
    USA
  • Which Colorado mountain range contains the Continental Divide?
    The Rockies
  • Paris is the capital of which country?
    France
  • Sweden is located on which continent?
    Europe
  • From 1960 to 1965, which African country was a major area of Chinese political influence?
    Central African Republic
  • What city was the last imperial capital of Vietnam under the Nguyen dynasty?
    Hue
  • Turkey is considered to be part of which continent?
    Asia
  • In which country would the word "Strand" mean an actual beach?
    Germany
  • What is the highest mountain in North America?

     

    Denali
  • Which main island is 1,800 kilometers off the east coast of Africa, 20 degrees south of the Equator?

    Mauritius

  • In which city will you find the Tiergarten Park?

    Berlin

  • Cripple Creek is located where?
    Colorado
  • What physical feature divides Europe and Asia?
    Urals
  • How many all-island counties are there in Ireland?
    32
  • In which country would you find the city of Aden?
    Yemen
  • What was the capital of India before New Delhi?
    Calcutta
  • With a population around 3.5 million, what is the capital of Bangladesh?

    Dhaka

  • In which country would you find Loch Ness, and possibly the mythical "Loch Ness Monster"?

    Scotland

  • The yak is native to which country?
    China
  • What country in Africa has Monrovia as its capital?
    Liberia
  • In which city is the Peace Tower part of the Canadian Parliament Buildings?
    Ottawa, Ontario
  • Which country has Damascus as its capital city?
    Syria
  • Which river's water is controlled by the Aswan Dam?
    Nile
  • What is the capital city of New Brunswick, Canada?

    Fredericton

  • Irish folklore often includes stories of what mythical green creatures?

    Leprechauns

  • Which country controls Easter Island?
    Chile
  • In which Arab country do residents traditionally chew Qat, a mild stimulant?
    Yemen
  • In which country are you likely to hear the cheer or toast "Opa!" during a celebration?
    Greece
  • Brunei, in Southeast Asia, is a wealthy nation due to what natural resource?
    Petroleum
  • Before changing to Euros, what currency was used in Germany?
    Deutsche Marks
  • What is the capital of the North African country of Chad?
    N’djamena
  • What are the capitals of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, respectively?
    Baku And Astana
  • What is the biggest city in Pakistan?
    Karachi
  • Which continent includes Cambodia?

    Asia

  • What river is Washington, D.C. located on?

    Potomac

  • The Mediterranean island of Cyprus claims which capital city?
    Nicosia
  • Which city in Ukraine was once the center of Vladimir I's Viking state?
    Kiev
  • Ivory Coast is located on which continent?
    Africa
  • What is the lowest point below sea level in the Western Hemisphere?
    Death Valley
  • Perth, Sydney and Melbourne are large cities in what country?

    Australia

  • Nepal is located on which continent?

    Asia

  • Which U.S. state has "Garden State" as its nickname?
    New Jersey
  • An archipelago of 169 Pacific islands known as the "Friendly Islands", Tonga has what capital city?

    Nuk’alofa

  • The Dominican Republic uses up 66% of the island of Hispaniola. What is its capital city?
    Santo Domingo
  • At 2,600 miles, what is the 9th longest river in the world?

    Mekong

  • What country in Europe with Rome as its capital uses Euro as its currency?
    Italy
  • In which country would one find the largest concentration of impact craters due to meteoroids?
    Canada
  • Algeria gained independence in 1962 from which European country?

    France

  • What is the capital of the Canadian territory Nunavut?
    Iqaluit
  • In which district of the United Kingdom is Scaffel Pike, England's highest peak, found?
    The Lake District
  • Cairo is located along the Nile River, along with the capital of Sudan which is?

    Khartoum

  • India's national bird is what colorfully-plumed creature?
    Peacock
  • What is the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo?

    Kinshasa

  • What is the largest city in the Netherlands?
    Amsterdam
  • In which country are you likely to hear the cheer or toast "Opa!" during a celebration?

    Greece

  • Guatemala is located on which continent?
    North America
  • Vienna is the capital of which country?
    Vienna is the capital of which country?
  • St. Patrick's Day celebrates what cultural heritage?
    Irish
  • Sofia is the capital of which country?
    Bulgaria
  • St. Petersburg, Florida is named after a city in what country?
    Russia
  • Enchiladas, burritos, and tacos are examples of what nation's food?

    Mexico

  • Which U.S. state has "Aloha State" as its nickname?
    Hawaii
  • On which continent is Japan located?
    Asia
  • Parts of the movie "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" were shot in what African country?
    Kenya
  • What does the Canadian Motto "A mari usque ad mare" mean?
    From Sea To Sea
  • In which country would you find fried meatballs served with potatoes and gravy called frikadeller?

    Denmark

  • Irish folklore often includes stories of what mythical green creatures?
    Leprechauns
  • What country touches the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal?
    India
  • Mali, whose major export is uranium, is the country where which capital city lies?
    Bamako
  • Which is the second largest country in Iberia?
    Portugal
  • What country in South America with Bogota as its capital uses peso as its currency?
    Colombia
  • Turkmenistan, which is north of Iran, has which city as a capital?
    Ashgabat
  • Which was the last province to enter confederation in Canada?
    Newfoundland
  • The Da Nang International Airport is in which country?
    Vietnam
  • How would one describe Tierra del Fuego?
    An Archipelago
  • Lithuania, which lies on the shores of the Baltic Sea, claims which capital city?
    Vilnius
  • Ackee (a fruit) and saltfish is the national dish of which country?
    Jamaica
  • What are the shapes of land and water called?
    Physical Features
  • From which country did the United States purchase Alaska?
    Russia
  • Jamaica is closest to which state in the U.S.?
    Florida
  • Which country has Cayenne as its capital?
    French Guiana
  • Socotra is an island belonging to what country?
    Yemen
  • What country is directly to the north of Vietnam?

    China

  • Which South American country extends farthest east?
    Brazil
  • What was Mercator's profession?
  • What is the most westerly country in Europe?
    Iceland
  • Which lake that shares its name with a U.S. state borders Wisconsin?
    Lake Michigan
  • Which continent is New Zealand considered to be part of?
    Australia
  • What is the northernmost capital city in the world?
    Reykjavik, Iceland
  • What type of leaf is on the Canadian flag?

    Maple

  • In England, what is "Brown Willy"?
    A Hill In Cornwall
  • Tashkent (Toshkent) is the capital of what country?
    Uzbekistan
  • On a clear day, you can see which high mountain (actually a volcano) from Mexico City?

    Popocatepetl

  • The Dominican Republic uses up 66% of the island of Hispaniola. What is its capital city?
    Santo Domingo
  • How many countries have names that end in "stan"?

    Seven

  • From which country did the United States purchase Alaska?
    Russia
  • In which country is Lake Como located?

    Italy

  • Fiji is considered to be part of which continent?
    Australia
  • What is the capital city of Botswana?
    Gaborone
  • What is the deepest spot in the world?
    Mariana Trench
  • What is the capital of the Isle of Man?
    Douglas
  • Captain Henry Morgan used what island as a base of buccaneer operations?
    Jamaica
  • In what sea would you find the Admiralty Islands?
    Bismarck Sea
  • Which European country's highest elevation point is Grossglockner at 3,798 meters?
    Austria
  • Peru, the third largest country in South America, harbors which capital city?
    Lima
  • Which country has Cayenne as its capital?
    French Guiana
  • What country borders Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Turkey and Iran?
    Iraq
  • Paris is the capital of which country?
    France
  • What is the highest navigable body of water in the world?
    Lake Titicaca
  • What city was the last imperial capital of Vietnam under the Nguyen dynasty?
    Hue
  • Prior to the adoption of the euro, in what country was the punt a unit of currency?
    Republic Of Ireland
  • What is the usual shape of a river delta?
    Triangular
  • What country touches the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal?
    India
  • In which city will you find the Brandenburg Gate?

    Berlin

  • Which Central American country's highest elevation point is Cerro Chirripo at 3,810 meters?
    Costa Rica
  • What are the Benelux countries?
    Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands
  • Rochester, Minnesota is home to what world-famous medical facility?
    Mayo Clinic
  • What was the original name of Burkina Faso?
    Upper Volta
  • Thimphu is the capital of which country?
    Bhutan
  • What sea does the Jordan River empty into?
    Dead Sea
  • How many miles is it from Cuba to the U.S. mainland?
    90
  • On which continent is Ireland located?
    Europe
  • What capital city is the only one located on the equator?
    Quito, Ecuador
  • People of the Maasai tribe of Kenya traditionally make jewelry and pierce what body parts?
    Earlobes
  • Which region of Spain is Barcelona in?
    Catalonia
  • Nairobi is the capital of which country?
    Kenya
  • Plymouth is the capital of which country?
    Montserrat
  • Islamabad is the capital of which country?

    Pakistan

  • What is the largest city in the Netherlands?
    Amsterdam
  • On which continent is Japan located?
    Asia
  • Vilnius is the capital of which country?
    Lithuania
  • What is a mud puppy?
    Salamander
  • Jamaica is considered part of which continent?
    North America
  • Madagascar is considered to be part of which continent?
    Africa
  • Albania is located on which continent?
    Europe
  • Which Arab country houses the Rub Al-Khali or Empty Quarter, the largest continuous sand desert in the world?
    Saudi Arabia
  • Two former cities joined by bridges across the Danube, Budapest is the capital of which country?
    Hungary
  • What Arkansas city is the origin of 47 natural hot springs?
    Hot Springs
  • In what world capital will you find Ho Hoan Kiem, the Lake of the Restored Sword?

    Hanoi

  • Which is the southernmost capital in Asia?
    Jakarta, Indonesia
  • What country in Europe with Rome as its capital uses Euro as its currency?
    Italy
  • Enchiladas, burritos, and tacos are examples of what nation's food?
    Mexico
  • Kiev is the capital of which European Country?
    Ukraine
  • Which two nations occupy the island of Hispaniola?
    Haiti And The Dominican Republic
  • Ariel Sharon is from what country?

    Israel

  • What is the capital city of Qatar?
    Doha
  • What worldwide retailer is based in Arkansas?
    Wal-Mart
  • What country in Africa has Monrovia as its capital?
    Liberia
  • Which world capital city is situated on the Tiber River?
    Rome
  • Which port city was the first capital of Pakistan?
    Karachi
  • The Japanese flag shows a circle of what color on a white background?
    Red
  • What country, slightly larger than Texas, uses the "kwacha" as its currency?
    Zambia
  • Which is the largest of the Spanish Balearic islands?
    Majorca
  • What is the Mekong?
    A Great River In Southeast Asia
  • In which country is the capital city of Managua located?

    Nicaragua

  • What is the Welsh name for Wales?
    Cymru
  • Which river forms the easternmost boundary of Iowa?
    Mississippi River
  • What is the capital city of Belgium?
    Brussels
  • In which country will you find the cities Toledo and Granada?

    Spain

  • What country voted to remain out of the new European Union?
    Switzerland
  • What does Hong Kong mean in Chinese?
    Fragrant Harbor
  • In which U.S. state will you find the cities of Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie and Gillette?

    WyomiWyomingng

  • What is the second largest French-speaking city in the world?

    Montreal

  • What country's cuisine includes dishes such as red beet soup, kielbasa, and pierogi (dumplings)?

    Poland

  • In what country can a man be referred to as "First Footer"?
    Scotland
  • Corfu is a city in what country?
    Greece
  • Mount Fuji is the highest point in what country?
    Japan
  • Where is Whistler Ski Resort located?
    British Columbia
  • Acapulco is a city in which Mexican state?
    Guerrero
  • Located in the South Pacific Ocean, what is the capital of The Independent State of Samoa?
    Apia
  • Indonesia, the largest archipelago in the world, holds which capital city?
    Jakarta
  • What are the capitals of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan, respectively?
    Baku And Astana
  • What country borders Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland, and Lesotho?
    South Africa
  • In which city will you find the Tiergarten Park?
    Berlin
  • Tijuana, Ensenada, Acapulco and Cancun are cities in what country?

    Mexico

  • What is the capital of Tasmania, Australia?
    Hobart
  • Riyadh is the capital city of which Arab nation?
    Saudi Arabia
  • Which South American country extends farthest east?
    Brazil
  • What is the driest continent on Earth?
    Antarctica
  • Vatican City, where the Pope resides, is a city-state entirely contained within what country?
    Italy
  • The four colored seas in the world are?
    Red White Black Yellow
  • Reykjavik, Akureyri and Keflavik are cities in what remote island country?
    Iceland
  • Where did New Zealand's name originate?
    Denmark
  • Switzerland is located on which continent?

    Europe

  • What are the names of the Balearic islands?
    Majora, Minorca, Ibiza
  • Which capital city is situated on the River Liffey?
    Dublin
  • Fort-de-France is the capital of what country?
    Martinique
  • Which southern African country has Windhoek as its capital?
    Namibia
  • How did the town of Australind, West Australia, get its name?
    Combination Of Australia And India
  • What soft drink giant opened a bottling factory in Afghanistan in 2006?
    Coca-Cola
  • Which is the only continent without snakes or reptiles?
    Antarctica
  • In which Australian state are Perth, Broome and Albany?
    Western Australia
  • In which city will you find the CN Tower?
    Toronto
  • Which city is known as the Glass Capital of the World?
    Toledo
  • Bangladesh shares its largest land border with what nation?
    India
  • Of which country is Hanoi the capital?

    Vietnam

  • What country in Europe with Helsinki as its capital uses both markka (FIM) and euro (EUR) as its currency?
    Finland
  • What are the huge storms that the sun produces called?
    Solar Storms
  • What is the capital city of Taiwan?
    Taipei
  • Which capital city is on the Han river?
    Seoul
  • What is the world's largest inland lake?
    Caspian Sea
  • How many official languages does the nation of South Africa have?
    Eleven
  • In what U.S. city is South Beach located?
    Miami Beach
  • What is the capital of Africa's Kenya?
    Nairobi
  • Croatia and Slovenia border what sea?
    Adriatic Sea
  • What country in Europe with Tirana as its capital uses lek as its currency?
    Albania
  • Guatemala is located on which continent?
    North America
  • Turkmenistan, which is north of Iran, has which city as a capital?
    Ashgabat
  • On which continent are the Atlas Mountains?
    Africa
  • Which African country's highest elevation point is Mont Ngaoui at 1,420 meters?
    Central African Republic
  • Socotra is an island belonging to what country?
    Yemen
  • In which district of the United Kingdom is Scaffel Pike, England's highest peak, found?
    The Lake District
  • True champagne can only come from grapes grown in the Champagne region of what country?
    France
  • The Pacific Oceans' Marshall Islands boast which capital city?
    Majuro
  • Which country has Bissau as its capital?
    Guinea-Bissau
  • The island of Mauritius was once the home of what extinct species?
    Dodo
  • What is the capital city of Mexico?
    Brussels
  • What is the most southerly province of China?
    Hainan
  • El Salvador is considered to be part of which continent?
    North America
  • Tourists often kiss what famous stone in Ireland?
    Blarney Stone
  • Which island country's national language is Malagasy?
    Madagascar
  • Gondoliers row boats through the canals of what Italian city?

    Venice

  • What currency is used in Swaziland?

    Lilangeni

  • Portugal was formerly a kingdom, becoming a republic in which year?
    1910
  • A 1634 Spanish decree called what city "Key to the New World and Rampart of the West Indies"?
    Havana
  • Where are 75% of the world's pineapples grown?
    The Hawaiian Islands
  • Mali, whose major export is uranium, is the country where which capital city lies?
    Bamako
  • What country, home of the world's highest mountain, is Katmandu the capital of?
    Nepal
  • What is the capital city of American Samoa, a group of islands in the South Pacific?
    Pago Pago
  • How would one describe Tierra del Fuego?
    An Archipelago
  • What British island, accessible by road only at low tide, is also known as Holy Island?
    Lindisfarne
  • What currency is used in South Africa?
    Rand
  • In which capital city would you find the Marley Museum?
    Kingston
  • What country did "lefse" originally come from?

    Norway

  • How many time zones are there in China?
    One
  • Which river forms the easternmost boundary of Iowa?
    Mississippi River
  • The Waitemata Harbor is part of which city?

    Auckland

  • Which was the last province to enter confederation in Canada?
    Newfoundland


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