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

Asian Cities on a Map (A-Z)
Watching Temple of Doom too many times has really skewed our view of Asian geography.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Smallest U.S. States Minefield

More Recent Games

Criteria Countries (Oceania)
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Pick the Countries which match ALL of the given criteria, reducing as you go.
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Progressively Harder European Outlines Slideshow
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Name the European countries from most guessed to least guessed in 'Countries of Europe'.
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Ultimate Geography Challenge '-ia'
Well, these places all seem to fit the criteria.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo's Borders
We wouldn't exactly call these vacation destinations.
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Consecutive Letter State Abbreviations
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Name the states whose abbreviations contain two consecutive letters (forwards or backwards).
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Countries AND Capitals by First Letter of Each
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Name the Countries and their capitals by the first letter of each? (see game note for more info).
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Most Populous US State per Letter Minefield
You might be tempted to guess Puerto Rico, but let us tell you it's a bad idea.
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→ Separated Cities... Literally! ←
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Pick the city that has been separated in some way, according to each clue.
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World Traveler: Animated Map Voyage
You might want to bring along a travel guide and some snacks to make your trip more pleasant.
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Nonstop from the US to Toronto
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Name the US Cities with direct service to Toronto.
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Odd European Countries
Some countries in Europe are a little...unique.
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Oceania by Banknote (Slideshow)
-Editor Pick-
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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Geography Editor: beforever

Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. Countries Larger than Greenland
    212
    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
    203
    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. World Traveler: Animated Map Voyage
    118
    Who didn't see the last one coming?
  4. Top 10 Richest Countries in Europe
    118
    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.
  5. World Traveler: Animated Map Voyage
    101
    Okay, buddy. If you tell us to type in SKIP if we get lost, let us know that's going to get us a wrong answer. We're used to skipping things and being allowed to go back to it later.
  6. Countries Larger than Greenland
    92
    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.
  7. Countries Larger than Greenland
    76
    Denmark is very sneaky. But should definitely count. Logic!
  8. Odd European Countries
    75
    I think the only quiz left in this genre that hasn't been done is "African countries with no vowels in letter positions corresponding to prime numbers".
  9. Countries Larger than Greenland
    74
    Greenland is Denmark's territory so if you add the 2 up it's a country larger than Greenland.
  10. Top 10 Richest Countries in Europe
    63
    I am very sorry but this is not a very accurate depiction of the reality. As often happens on Sporcle the author has used the wrong measure of GDP (PPP rather than nominal) which attempts to compare average standard of living within each country rather than actual average wealth per individual on a global basis. The quiz is supposed to be about the "wealthiest" European countries but it becomes meaningless if it uses the wrong measure. Secondly, some of the data is hopelessly out of date. Some of the figures are over five years old and the more recent figures are estimates. To be consistent verified data from the same year needs to be used. Finally, the figures includes wealth earned by corporations using a particular low tax jurisdiction as as a residence of convenience where little or none of this wealth lodges in that jurisdiction for the benefit of its citizens (stand up Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Andorra and Ireland). Here is a link to a much more accurate method of comparing relative individual national wealth: http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/NY.GNP.PCAP.CD (Unfortunately not all of the figures are up to date and it is unable to adjust for corporates using tax advantageous domiciles).