Geography Trivia Questions E25Printable Geography Trivia Quiz
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With one of the longest histories of any modern country, which of these nations would you find in Africa?
Egypt - Egypt has a population of over 88 million.
Where would you find the "Darling River"?
Australia - The Darling River is over 1,400 km long.
Located on the Caledon River, "Maseru" is the capital of which nation?
Lesotho - Maseru is also the largest city in Lesotho. It has a population of over 200,000 inhabitants.
The second highest mountain in the world, Mount Godwin-Austen is also known as?
c. Mount Everest
d. Mount Fuji
K2 - K2 is also called Chhogori and Ketu.
The largest and most populous city in the country, what is the capital of Columbia?
Bogota - Bogota is sometimes called the Athens of South America.
Which nation's flag is maroon and white?
Qatar - Qatar is the only country to have a flag that is more than twice as long as it is high.
The nation state of Slovenia is located on which continent?
d. South America
Europe - Slovenia is bordered by Hungary and Italy.
Which of these cities is located on the "White Nile"?
Juba - Juba is the capital of South Sudan.
Which nation's capital was once called Bytown?
a. Costa Rica
Canada - Canada's capital city is Ottawa. It was renamed in 1855.
Where would you be able to climb "Murray Hill"?
a. Christmas Island
Christmas Island - At 357 meters high, Murray Hill is the highest point on the island.
Which of these mountains is located in the Andes?
b. Vinson Massif
Aconcagua - This mountain is located in Argentina.
Which of these rivers forms a border between China and Russia?
Amur - The Amur is the tenth longest river in the world.
Which country's flag has a red crescent moon and a red star?
Algeria - The official language of Algeria is Arabic.
At 1,144,800 square miles, what is the largest sea in the world?
a. Red Sea
b. The Mediterranean Sea
c. Caspian Sea
d. The Dead Sea
The Mediterranean Sea - The Mediterranean Sea has an average depth of 4,900 ft.
What is the only continent to have no active volcanoes?
b. North America
c. South America
Australia - Australia is the world's sixth-largest country by total area.
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