Geography Trivia Questions XIVFree Trivia Questions - Printable
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The Nile may be longer, but this Brazilian river outranks it in
terms of watershed area, number of tributaries and volume of water discharged. What is it?
a. Rio de Janeiro
b. Rio de la Plata
d. Rio Grande
All of these cities are on the Rhine, but which one is not in
What tourist attraction's Latin inscription has vanished after
years of removing the lipstick that covered it?
a. Black Stone of the Ka'aba
b. Blarney Stone
c. Plymouth Rock
d. Stone of Scone
At 83"40', the northernmost point on land in the world is
Kaffeklubben Island, which is slightly north of Cape Morris Jesup. Where is it?
a. Alaska, USA
c. Baffin Island, Canada
d. Irkutsk Oblast, Russia
With a 1902 election coming up, this island's incumbent governor
downplayed the dangers of Mount Pelee, hoping to keep his wealthy voters from fleeing before election day,
even blocking the road. As a result, all but two of the 30,000 residents of St Pierre died on what island?
The Republic of South Africa, naturally, has Africa's southernmost
point. But if the country with Africa's northernmost point decided to rename itself the Republic of North
Africa, what country would this be?
What city's people are known as Portenos, or "people of the
b. Buenos Aires
c. Mexico City
Moscow and Lithuania used to be grand duchies, and Napoleon created
a whole bunch of them. What country is the world's last grand duchy?
The Greek explorer Pytheas stumbled on one of the so-called "Seven
Seas" in the fourth century BC. Which sea is this?
a. Baltic Sea
b. Arctic Ocean
c. Indian Ocean
d. Mediterranean Sea
A network of alleys called De Wallen, also known as Walletjes or
Rosse Buurt, is the famous red-light district in what city?
Cwrw means "beer" in what country, known locally as Cymru?
Although most prominent as a symbol of Hinduism, an eagle called
Garuda is also a national symbol in which Muslim country, which has named its airline for it?
Bergen was this country's biggest city until the 1830s. And it was
the country's capital until 1299. Which one?
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