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What is the only European country that still has territory on the
South American continent?
a. Great Britain
c. The Netherlands
Of the "lower 48", which American state's Smith County is smack dab
in the middle at the geographic center?
The US may be the land of the free, but what country's name was
changed in 1939 to a name meaning "land of the free"?
c. Sri Lanka
What tiny Caribbean country has produced two Nobel Prize winners,
writer Derek Walcott and economist Arthur Lewis?
a. St. Lucia
c. Trinidad and Tobago
What is the only Central American country in which you cannot go
for a swim in the Caribbean?
b. Costa Rica
c. El Salvador
Naturally enough, you'd find a radio station called WING in what
home to the Wright Brothers?
a. Erie, Pennsylvania
b. Dayton, Ohio
c. Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
d. Omaha, Nebraska
England, Scotland and Wales are Great Britain. Lesser Britain is
better known as Brittany. Where is Lesser Britain?
What place's name may mean "place of drunkenness," in reference to
a supposed incident in which Henry Hudson got wasted with the local chiefs?
Until 2011, what had been the only nation with a monochrome flag?
(It was solid green.)
d. South Africa
Little Diomede Island is an American island, and it is less than
three miles from which country?
What continent's only real river is the Onyx River, which feeds
d. South America
What country occupies 80 percent of the Iberian Peninsula?
Known locally as the Coat Hanger, what city's Harbor Bridge had
future movie star Paul Hogan as one of its welders?
a. San Francisco
c. New York City
Apulia is the "heel" and Calabria is the "toe" of what
What country turned the G7 into the G8?
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