Geography Trivia Questions VIIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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The locals call this ex-Soviet republic Sakartvelo, but in the
United States it has the same name as which Peach State?
What museum complex is named for a British mineralogist and chemist
who is now entombed in its main building?
At 1,050 feet, or 321 m, the highest point in what 'Low Country' is
What river carved out one wonder of the world, the Grand Canyon,
and powers another, the Hoover Dam?
British explorers called an extinct volcano Diamond Head because
they thought the volcanic crystals were diamonds. What island were they on?
Found in the Piazza dei Miracoli, where would you find the world's
most famous off-kilter 185-foot, 14,700-tonne campanile?
Once a bay of the Pacific Ocean, what largest lake in Central
America is the world's only freshwater lake with sharks?
What mountain, the world's second highest, was once named after
surveyor Henry Haversham Godwin Austen?
How would you pronounce the "!" in the name of the African language
What country is nearest to the point where the equator and the
prime meridian meet?
The world's smallest republic is too small to have a capital city.
And its economy depends on phosphates from bird poo. What is it?
Once you exclude Australia and Antarctica, which are really
continents, the largest island in the world is Greenland. Which island is number two?
Manitoulin is the largest island in a freshwater lake and Lake
Manitoulin is the largest lake in a lake. What lake?
As of 2009, eight of the 10 largest hotels in the world were all in
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