Geography Quizzes

Today's Featured Game

'P' Countries by Length
P is for pig, pizza, and...country?
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Does That Animal Live in Africa?

More Recent Games

'E' Cities by Picture (Slideshow)
Editor Pick
Name the cities beginning with E.
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Separated Large Cities (USA) II
Time to reunite these cities.
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World Capital per Location
Can you name one world capital for every longitudinal range?
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North America by Google Places of Interest
Editor Pick
Can you find the country based on the first 'Place of Interest' recommended by Google?
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Closest Countries To Alaska
If we learned anything from Sarah Palin, it's that there is at least one country visible from Alaska.
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London Underground Slot Machine
Editor Pick
Match a word from each of the columns to complete the names of stations on the London Underground network
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Country Ranking Showdown
This is a clash of the country titans.
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Multiple Choice Geography Slideshow
What we learned from taking Multiple Choice tests: When in doubt, always choose C.
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Most Visited US States
Editor Pick
Name the 20 U.S. states most visited by overseas travelers.
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'F' Countries on a Map
For some crazy reason our first guess was Franzia. We really need to lay off that boxed wine.
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'U' in Asia
There's enough room in Asia for U and me.
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Language, Leader, Largest City
Editor Pick
Match the language, leader, and largest city of a country, in that order, without knowing the country.
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10 Most Populous U.S. Cities In Order
We think the Statue of Liberty should count for at least 100 people.
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US States Without Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
If you live in one of these states, a road trip may be in order.
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Alps Countries on a Map
Editor Pick
Name the countries that the Alps run through
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6-Letter Geography Challenge
The real challenge is avoiding things with 5 or 7 letters.
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Alpha-Area Arranged Asia
Editor Pick
For each letter, can you list the countries of Asia starting with that letter in order of size, from biggest to smallest area, within the given time limit?
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Country Sorting Blitz II
Sort these countries like you've never sorted before!
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Flags of the World With a Crescent Moon
You'd have to be a LUNAtic not to try this quiz.
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Countries: After R
Editor Pick
Can you think of a country that contains the letter 'R' followed by each of the following letters?
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New York's Borders
Did you know that New York is a US state as well as a city? Yeah, you probably did.
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Journey Around the Centre of the Earth *Minefield*
Editor Pick
Starting on the west coast of South America and moving east, can you pick the countries that the equator travels through in the correct order?
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'T' in Geography
Why is the letter 'T' like an island? Because it's in the middle of waTer.
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Closest US Capitals to the White House
Editor Pick
Name the Closest US Capitals to the White House.
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Smallest US State per letter Minefield
Editor Pick
Name the smallest US state for each letter of the alphabet without naming an incorrect one.
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US States in Mountain Timezone
Editor Pick
Pick the US states that are part of the Mountain Timezone.
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Northernmost City (Europe)
Editor Pick
Pick the northernmost city for each country pairing.
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Inverted Luminosity Flags
Editor Pick
Name the countries by their flags – that have all had their luminosity reversed.
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Destination: Oceania
Editor Pick
Name the cities with international flights into these Oceanian countries.
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Switched Cities
Editor Pick
Name the two cities that have switched places for each map.
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