United States Geography Quiz IVFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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The South Beach diet was named for an Art Deco neighborhood along
Ocean Drive in what city?
b. Miami Beach
c. San Diego
Named for a bloody boundary marker, what state capital has an
annual Mardi Gras parade through its Spanish Town neighborhood?
a. Baton Rouge
Originally planned for Boulder Canyon, what dam in the Black Canyon
created Lake Mead?
a. Hoover Dam
b. Three Gorges Dam
c. Grand Coolee Dam
d. Aswan High Dam
Muscle Beach is found in what summer hot spot, which was built in
1905 on Santa Monica Bay by tobacco magnate Abbot Kinney to recreate an Italian city?
d. Santa Clara
Nathan's Famous Hotdog Stand and a famous wooden roller coaster
called the Cyclone are both in what community?
a. Coney Island
b. Las Vegas
c. Atlantic City
Counties in Connecticut and Rhode Island are just for show and
Alaska's are called boroughs. What are counties called in Louisiana?
Cape Hatteras, Cape Lookout and Cape Fear are among the tombstones
in what state's "graveyard of the Atlantic"?
a. North Carolina
c. South Carolina
The Bonneville Salt Flats are a remnant of Lake Bonneville, which
covered the western third of what state some 15,000 years ago?
Battle Creek is named for the stream where two surveyors fought two
Indians in the 1820s. Where is it?
What has been happening on Kilauea since 1983?
a. Ancient Hawaiian religious rites
b. It's been erupting
c. Annual music festivals
d. The search for alien life
What southern city, known as the Athens of the South, even has its
own Parthenon, complete with a statue of Athena, long gone from the original?
c. New Orleans
The "White City" at what city's 1893 World's Columbia Exposition
inspired the "City Beautiful" urban renewal movement?
c. St. Louis
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