Geography Quizzes

Want to test your geography knowledge from places around the World? You won't need a passport or even that globe on your desk to open your mind to the online geography games at Sporcle. These aren't the geography quizzes you had to take in grade school. You can now put that knowledge to use in these geography trivia games when you try our 50 States game or try our countries in Europe quiz before time expires. With hundreds of addicting and fun geography trivia games, you can test your knowledge with an Africa game or on World Populations without leaving your desk. Whether you are looking for a new way to study for a geography trivia test or just looking for fun online geography games, you will find what you are looking for here.

Today's Featured Game

Traveling Europe
If you ever go backpacking through Europe, here's a path you could use.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
One of Two: U.S. States Edition

More Recent Games

42 Face Painted Flags
Bring out your finest costume make-up, these flags deserve it!
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Do You Know Your Capitals?
You'll have to be a capital expert to get through this quiz.
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The Hardest Country Quiz on Sporcle
-Editor Pick-
Name the Answers to this almost impossible country quiz (SEE HINT).
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Consonant Ending Africa
Consonants are constantly in these countries.
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Official Languages of Oceania
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Name the official languages of the countries of Oceania.
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Borders A -land Country
You don't have to be a 'land' to be neighborly with one.
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Mali's Borders
The country of Mali is bordered by 7 other countries, but sadly, none of them rhyme.
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Capitals That End Alike - II
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Match the countries whose capitals have the same last two letters.
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10 Largest Countries in Order
Finally, here's a quiz that can bring a little order to our geography section.
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Countries Without Railroads
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Name the countries without active railway systems.
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10 Closest Capitals to Amsterdam
The title of this quiz might as well be '10 Closest Capitals to windmills and wooden clogs'.
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3-Syllable U.S. Cities Slot Machine
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Name the 1-word U.S. cities (population > 200K) by matching together the syllables from each of the three columns below.
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Vacationing Away From China
Tourism: not just for Americans.
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World Cities Match-Up II
These cities are a match made in heaven.
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U.S. City by Exit Sign
If you don't know what city you're in, you should probably ask for directions.
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London sights (map)
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The Hint pin shows the tourist attraction's location and there is a missing word line above the answer box. Can you name the missing words of this sights map of London?
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African Countries by Borders
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Pick the African countries by their bordering countries.
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'S' Countries on a Map
These 'S' countries are second to none.
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30 Second Tourist: Chicago
If you like a quick vacation, this is your quiz.
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Tropic of Capricorn Minefield
-Editor Pick-
Starting on the west coast of South America and moving east, can you pick the countries that the Tropic of Capricorn travels through in the correct order?
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Odd One Out: Bodies of Water
Water can never quite make it to the land parties.
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Bodies of Water on a Map (A-Z)
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Name the bodies of water from A-Z, given their location on a map.
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World Landmarks by Country
Sure these places are famous and everything, but are there any t-shirt vendors nearby?
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Largest Cities in Europe by Vowel Ending
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Name the largest cities in Europe by vowel ending.
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Alpha-Area Arranged US States
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For each letter, can you list the US states starting with that letter in order of size, from biggest to smallest area, within the given time limit?
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Where's My Border Gone? (Asia)
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Name the pairs of countries whose borders were erased from the map?*.
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Click the Most Populous US City (A to Z)
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Pick the most populous US City for EACH letter of the alphabet A to Z.
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Absent Letter Countries III
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Pick the countries missing their first letters in alphabetical order.
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Oceania per Last Letter
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Name the countries or capitals of Oceania by their last letter.
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UK Cities/Towns and Their Rivers
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Pick the rivers that flow through these cities/towns.
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Geography Editor: beforever

Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. Do You Know Your Capitals?
    94
    I expected nothing else from Sporcle on April Fool's Day - an intellectual practical joke. Very well done
  2. Asia (Redux)
    49
    Right, Mattiero, you have played over 5000 quizzes on Sporcle, you should know which country is accepted for which continent on by now... All the people who go on and on about Palestine not being a country... Even if you dont think it is, Sporcle has recognized it and has done since January 2013, so get used to it. Your comments on every relevant quiz are boring!

    Read this blog post on Palestine: http://www.sporcle.com/blog/2013/01/palestine-on-sporcle/
  3. Do You Know Your Capitals?
    44
    I was SO prepared to type in Bishkek for the last one, knowing what day it is, but you threw us a curve. Well done, and happy AFD to all Sporclers.
  4. World Landmarks by Country
    44
    But Barry Manilow assured me the Copacabana was north of Havana.
  5. 5-Letter Country Match-Up
    43
    I can't believe I guessed Nauru before Italy, India, or China. Wow, I have spent a lot of time on sporcle.
  6. 10 Smallest Countries in North America
    42
    I was expecting this quiz to be a lot harder than it was - turns out that there's just the right number of little island nations out in the Carribbean!

    Ads that pop out from the side and shift the quiz to the right fifteen seconds into it need to die, though.
  7. 30 Second Tourist: Chicago
    40
    Willis Tower, pshaw. Any Chicagoan still calls it Sears. (Same for Comiskey Park / US Cellular Field)
  8. Asia (Redux)
    38
    I didn't realize why United Arab Empire was wrong for about five minutes. That decoy was too good
  9. Asia (Redux)
    37
    "Don't click any non-Asian real countries... they're bound to use that trick".. *clicks Australia*
  10. Do You Know Your Capitals?
    34
    I live in New York and almost typed New York City!