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

Odd European Countries
Some countries in Europe are a little...unique.
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More Recent Games

Oceania by Banknote (Slideshow)
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Name the country of Oceania given an image of one of its banknotes.
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Top 10 Richest Countries in Europe
Next up, countries of Europe with the richest food.
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World Landmark Jigsaw Puzzles
Lucky for you, none of the pieces of this puzzle were eaten by the family pet.
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Volcanic Countries
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Name the countries with at least one active volcano.
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Five Geographical Features
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Pick the five famous geographical features that fit each category.
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Least Connected Capitals: Africa (Updated October 2014)
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Name the African Capitals connected to the least number of countries by direct scheduled flights.
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Countries Larger than Greenland
Greenland is still not a country, and we are very sorry for those of you who still feel otherwise.
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Countries with Initial Letter Repeated
Now these letters letters are just starting to repeat repeat themselves themselves.
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Populous Cities: Asia
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Pick the three most populous cities from each country mentioned.
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States with White Castle
You definitely have to be in a certain state to enjoy them fully.
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Cities by Clue (H)
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Name the cities beginning with the letter 'H'.
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'H' in Geography
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Name the answers to these geography questions where all answers begin with 'H'.
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U.S. States (Redux)
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Pick the real U.S. states WITHOUT making a mistake.
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Countries with Long Names
We're going to go ahead and abbreviate these from now on.
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Capitals Ending in 'N' (A-Z)
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Name the capital cities, from A-Z, that end in the letter 'N'.
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'D' Countries on a Map
These countries are D-lightful.
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States by Unique Last 3 Letters
3 letters may not seem like a big deal, but who wants to live in Pennsylva?
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Alliterative Countries and Continents (Map)
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Name the countries that have the same first letter as the continent they're on.
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Country Quiz: Poland
We'd never forget Poland.
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City by Bus (Slideshow)
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Name the U.S. city from one of its buses.
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To Protect and Serve - Worldwide
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Name the countries where these police vehicles can be found.
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Almost Equatorial Capitals
These capitals are always in the middle of the pack.
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Populous Cities: Europe
Without these cities there wouldn't be much of a tourist scene in Europe, would there?
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30 Second Tourist: London
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Match the pieces of these London sites in only 30 seconds.
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Europe Coastal Cities- Top 21 by Population
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Name the top 21 European Coastal cities with the highest population.
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Similarly Populated Country Blitz
It might be time for these countries to have a good old-fashioned tug of war.
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4-Letter Geography Alphabet Blitz
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Can you name a country OR a world capital for each letter of the alphabet that is 4-letters long?
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Tricky State Capital Click
We'd honestly really rather have a treat than a trick.
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U.S. Capitals by Letter-Number Combination
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Name the ONLY U.S. state capital that will fit each letter-number combo clue?*.
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Rivers of Europe
Hop on your cruise ships for this one!
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Geography Editor: beforever

Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. Countries Larger than Greenland
    195
    Denmark seems like a weird fit in this quiz since the only way it is larger than Greenland is with the inclusion of Greenland...
  2. Countries Larger than Greenland
    192
    Denmark (including Greenland) is bigger than Greenland. Yup. The logic and accuracy of that statement is indisputable. But in the course of playing the quiz, it's counterintuitive to think that way. Sneaky, sneaky, sneaky.
  3. Top 10 Richest Countries in Europe
    107
    I normally wouldn't say anything, but 5 minutes for a non-minefield quiz with only 47 possible answers is an awful lot of time.
  4. Countries Larger than Greenland
    88
    Dare I assume that everyone complaining that Denmark shouldn't be in this quiz got every one right except Denmark? Denmark's a country, and its total land mass is larger than Greenland. Not including it would make as much sense as not including the USA when asking what countries are larger than Alaska.
  5. Countries Larger than Greenland
    72
    Denmark is very sneaky. But should definitely count. Logic!
  6. Countries Larger than Greenland
    71
    Greenland is Denmark's territory so if you add the 2 up it's a country larger than Greenland.
  7. Countries with Long Names
    59
    Man, I thought of so many countries that turned out to only have ten letters!
  8. One Syllable Countries
    58
    I live not far from the Laos border and it is definitely pronounced with one syllable around here (rhymes with "how"). If you read it written in the Lao language there is no ambiguity. Whilst I realise that a word's pronunciation can change over time I think we should try to avoid situations like this where it is clearly down to an error rather than a gradual shift but then that's just my opinion...
  9. Multiple Word Countries Every Word
    57
    you forgot "glorious" "nation" and "Kazakhstan"...
  10. One Syllable Countries
    56
    Pronouncing Laos in English as "Lay-os" is surely the same as pronouncing Spain as "Suh-pain." It's not an alternative, it's just incorrect.
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