Geography Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

Topography match-up
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Can match the mountains, rivers, lakes and islands belonging to the same country?
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Longest Coastlines: Asia

More Recent Games

Asian Countries by Second Largest City
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Name the Asian countries by their second largest cities.
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UK or France?
The two countries go head to head once more.
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Blitz: Is it in Italy?
If you're looking for pizza and really old art, the answer is yes!
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Odd Country Out
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Pick the odd one out.
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4-Letter Geography Challenge
It's amazing what 4 itty bitty letters get you in the geography world.
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US States Landmark Slideshow
Some states have lots of landmarks. Other states... don't.
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Apple iCountries
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Name the countries that have an Apple retail store.
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'B' Countries by Length
To 'B' the best country, you must appear in this quiz.
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South America by Google Places of Interest
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Can you find the country based on the first 'Place of Interest' recommended by Google?
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17 US States With International Borders
If you're making a run for another country, these are the states you might have to pass through.
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10-to-1: Largest U.S. Cities by State
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Pick the most populous cities per state.
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World Capitals Trivia
Capitals come in all sizes and shapes, but 100% of them are located on the planet Earth.
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Countries with the Most Avocados
Holy guacamole, that's a lot of avocados!
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'S' in Europe
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Name the places etc in Europe that begin with the letter 'S'.
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'H' Countries on a Map
There are only 3 countries that start with the letter 'H' and none of them are named 'Hanada'.
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China's Borders Minefield
Just imagine you're walking along the Great Wall of China.
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Name an African Country That...
It's generally a good idea to brush up on facts about Africa.
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US Hydrologic Regions (Map)
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Name the 21 hydrologic regions in the United States, according to the USGS.
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30 in 60: State Capitals
There's no time for songs and games, this is the real deal.
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Top 5 World Capitals Per Letter
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Name the 5 largest world capitals, by population, containing each letter.
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Letters Minefield: Countries of the Americas
35 countries to account for with 15 letters. Seems easy enough.
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Countries by Former Flags
We like some of these former flags better than their current counterparts. They have an old-timey feel to them.
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Trans-Canada Highway Cities
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Pick the cities that are accessed by the Trans-Canada Highway, while avoiding those that aren't.
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Countries: Before 'K'
These 'K'ountries are more than OK to us.
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Gimme a T: Geography
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Name the answers for each category that begin with the letter T.
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US States by Any 2 Letters
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Name the US states by any two letter sequence.
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Countries of Africa 1911 (with map)
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Name the countries and colonies in Africa as they appear on this map from 1911.
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Island-Sharing Countries
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Name the countries that share an island.
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'U' in Asia
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Name the Asian countries that contain the letter 'U'.
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Least Populous Country of Europe per letter Minefield
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Name the least populous country of Europe for each letter of the alphabet without naming an incorrect one.
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Geography Editor: beforever

Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. Is It in the USA?
    54
    American Falls? Obviously that's a trick...
  2. 17 US States With International Borders
    52
    Oh, right... That one non-contiguous bastard.
  3. 17 US States With International Borders
    43
    @monomayne - Pennsylvania and Ohio official borders run through the lake and touch the official Canada border that runs through the lake. Wisconsin's official border is blocked from reaching Canada by Michigan and Minnesota official borders that touch each other in Lake Superior.
  4. Drawing a Blank: Countries
    37
    Why has no one formed the band St Vincent and the Grenadines yet?
  5. 17 US States With International Borders
    32
    Hey, Alaska didn't ask to be noncontiguous. Cut it some slack.
  6. 30 in 60: State Capitals
    31
    I would have done better on this if you'd just let me type.
  7. Is It That City?
    28
    ^ Excuse me if I take offence, as if you were trying to make a valid point in your rant, in my opinion you chose a pretty silly quiz on which to do it.

    Having just checked my profile, I have the 86th most publishes of any user - admittedly while it didn't take an insignificant amount to get me to this position I am clearly nowhere near the top 8. So by singling this quiz out on which to make a point, honestly the only thing which even could be fair to say is that Sporcle bookmarks the top 86 users. So if you're going to assert that I'm part of the 'same old crowd', I think it's only fair that people know how big that 'crowd' is.

    I also think your comment does a disservice to not only the Sporcle staff, but the many editors and curators operating on the site that dedicate a great deal of time trying to expose great quizzes from unknown users which, contrary to what you say, make it to the front pages several times a week.

    Finally, I fail to see why you would have left your comment unless you had a particular problem with this quiz. Obviously each person is fully entitled to their own opinions of whether a quiz is good or fun, but as you have used the line 'Lets all go answer the same geography questions for the billionth time.' I simply fail to see how that applies. Please find me a quiz where you are answering even slightly similar questions to this one and I will happily eat my words. I take offence specifically as I took the best part of a day to make this quiz, in the hope that I would be creating something rather different for people to have a go at.

    So whilst you are more than entitled to dislike this quiz (or me for that matter!), I feel that it's best that we deal in facts when leaving really quite rude comments on people's quizzes. And thank you Sporcle for publishing the latest edition in my 'whatever' series.
  8. Drawing a Blank: Countries
    27
    Thank you for choosing that half of B & H!
  9. Countries with the Most Avocados
    26
    Thanks for the publish, Sporcle! (Still trying to think of an avocado pun... this is guacward.)
  10. Americas per Last Letter
    25
    I did not notice the quiz included capitals. N, Y and Z were driving me nuts.