Geography Quizzes

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Country Quiz: Argentina
This quiz isn't going to cry for you, so don't cry for it either!
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Border Chain Minefield

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Let's draw the South American borders
Editor Pick
Can you draw the borders on this blank map of South America?
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Smallest Countries of Asia per Letter Minefield
Asia is pretty darn big, but these countries are anything but.
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Islands & Island Nations of the Lesser Antilles
Editor Pick
Pick the Islands and Island Nations of the Lesser Antilles.
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North American Flag Maps
Countries should be required to have their flag shape in the shape of their country outline going forward. Good luck to the island nations!
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10-Letter Countries Per Letter
All of the 9 and 11 letter countries will make you wish this quiz was about 'long named countries' instead.
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'L' Cities by Picture (Slideshow)
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Name the cities beginning with L.
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Click the Countries Starting With Vowels
On Sporcle, geography buffs must have a strong foundation in grammar.
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Top US Cities by 'A' States
This is your friendly reminder that Atlanta, Austin, and Albuquerque are not located in ‘A’ states.
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10 to 1: African Geography
With more countries than any other continent, this quiz should have plenty of trivia to go around.
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States that Border Pennyslvania
What do you call a funny American colonist? A Punsylvanian.
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Countries Under 10 Million Population (Americas)
Look no further than these countries if you're planning to move somewhere that isn't too crowded.
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Unique Starting European Countries
These countries just HAD to be different, didn't they?
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Northernmost City (Europe)
Unfortunately, that compass you keep handy won't do you much good.
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Country Sets III
These countries have just really set themselves apart from the rest.
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Let's Draw the US Borders
If you get 100% on this quiz, it might be time to become a cartographer.
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10+ Letter Asian Countries
If you're ever playing a blitz, these are not the countries to take the time to spell out.
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Country by 3 States
This is kind of like Sporcle's version of a tri-state area.
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Europe Euler Diagram
Editor Pick
Name the European and surrounding countries given their flags and locations on an Euler diagram.
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Largest Islands of the Indian Ocean
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Name the Largest Islands of the Indian Ocean and its Marginal Seas.
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Cities A-Z: Pick the Country #4
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Pick the countries that these alliterative pairs of cities belong to.
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Quick Pick: 'P' World Landmarks
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Match the following landmarks to the countries they are located in.
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Isogram Geography Platter
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Name the countries, capitals, American states and American state capitals that have no repeating letters? (All designated national capitals are considered.).
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Mashed-up Country Matching
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Match each hybrid country to its hybrid capital city.
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Largest cities on each major U.S. interstate
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Name the top 10 cities that each of these major interstates passes through.
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North, South, East or West?
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Name the predominant direction you would travel (as the crow flies) to go from the 1st city listed to the 2nd.
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Madagascar Bunker
Editor Pick
Can you answer these multiple choice questions correctly to reach sector 15 of the Madagascar bunker?
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Badly Drawn World Flags (Slideshow)
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Name the country flags by their terribly drawn representatives.
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Quick Pick: European Rivers
Editor Pick
Pick the European rivers.
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Pick Five: Stars and Stripes (World Flags)
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Pick the five countries whose flags have a certain amount of stars and/or stripes on them*.
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''Greek'' countries [The Americas]
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Name the selected countries of North America and South America written in Greek letters. (See 'How To Play')
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