Quiz: Travel the World: World Geography
Travel the World: World Geography
By: Staff
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About This Quiz

You don't have to be a globetrotter to explore the far corners of the Earth -- you can test your knowledge of the world with our geography quiz.

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What term is used to describe the single, unbroken land mass that Earth's continents were a part of 200 million years ago?
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Which of these countries is famous for the free heat provided to residents' homes from geothermal energy?
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Which of these African countries was ruled under the name Rhodesia as a colony of Great Britain?
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According to biblical evidence, Noah's Ark is thought to have landed on this mountain:
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In June 1982, Great Britain and what country engaged in a war over the Falkland Islands?
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What is the lowest known point on Earth?
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What day of the year does the sun never set on the Antarctic Circle?
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Which of these groups is believed to have named Asia?
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The Po River flows through what country?
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What state has the longest coastline?
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Where state can claim 1 percent of Yellowstone National Park?
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What country is home to the world's deepest lake, Lake Baikal?
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How much of Australia receives so little rain that it's technically classified as desert?
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What is the circumference of Australia's Uluru (formerly known as Ayer's Rock)?
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How many islands does Japan consist of?
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How much of Japan's land is viable for agriculture?
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What two main rivers (along with the third, the Brahmaputra) deposit into the Great Plain of India?
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What mountain range forms nearly half the border between British Columbia and Alberta?
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Who wrote one of the first books about world geography?
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How much of our planet is currently covered by glacial ice?
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What state has the largest area of glaciers in the contiguous US?
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What is the most western country in Europe?
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How many countries border Russia?
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What tiny country is in the Pyrenees Mountains, between France and Spain?
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What year did Czechoslovakia split?
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The Holy See is its own sovereign state. How big is it?
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How many overseas territories are claimed by Great Britain?
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How many countries are part of the British Commonwealth?
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The Sahara Desert is about the size of which country?
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