Geography Trivia Questions XIIFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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What mountain range stretches 2400 km westward from a peak called
Nanga Parbat to one called Namcha Barwa?
What was the first country to certify its stamp glue as kosher?
c. South Africa
Which of these people would be the heir apparent of the Dutch
a. Prince of Orange
b. Prince of Green
c. Prince of Yellow
d. Prince of Blue
The Soviet Union was so big that, even after it broke up, Russia
remained the world's largest country. And which former republic became the ninth largest?
By virtue of its population, what country has the most seats in the
d. Great Britain
Of the four states that start with I, three of them are adjacent to
each other. Which isn't?
What "Land of 10,000 Lakes" actually has 11,842 10-acre lakes?
What is the only EU country with an official language that is
Only two state capitals are found on the Mississippi. One is Baton
Rouge. What is the other?
b. Saint Paul
d. St. Louis
Although it turns out to be in the wrong place, Four Corners
promises you can stand in a Navajo reservation in New Mexico and in three other states at once. Which of these
isn't one of them?
What is the only US state to both border the Atlantic Ocean and to
stretch into the Central Time Zone?
Although it is in South America, what Spanish-speaking country is
completely north of the equator?
Which of these "C" countries doesn't border the Central African
b. Cote d'Ivoire
The beach community of Punta del Este is famous for a sculpture of
a hand, drowning in the sand. What country is it in?
d. United States
In 2004, Prince Frederik married Tasmania's Mary Donaldson. That
year in film, Prince Eddie married Julia Stiles' character in "The Prince and Me". Both Frederick and Eddie
were crown princes of what country?
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