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

Where's My Border Gone? (US States)
Oh borders, what a difference you make.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
-stan Countries Blitz

More Recent Games

World Landmarks by Country II (Clickable)
-Editor Pick-
Match the 5 landmarks to the country where they are located?*.
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Asia by Internet Country Code
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Name the Asian country by its high-level domain Internet country code.
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Largest Countries in the World by Area
Land mass? These countries know a thing or two about it.
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Countries With One of the World's 50 Best Restaurants
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Name the countries containing one of the world's 50 best restaurants, according to Restaurant magazine (as of 2014).
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Countries with Apple Retail Stores
Hear ye, hear ye! Get your Apple products here!
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Geography Humor
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Pick the punchlines to these geography-related jokes.
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Oceania per Letter
We'd happily vacation in any of these countries.
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Maps of European Capitals
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Name the European capitals from the given maps.
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British Towns/Cities by Clues
Get ready for a mini-tour of the United Kingdom.
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Blitz: Multiple 'S' States
These states have an affection for the letter S.
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7-Letter African Countries and Capitals
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Name the capitals AND countries of Africa that are 7 letters long.
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Capitals of Oceania Match
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Pick the capitals that go with these countries in Oceania.
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Cities of Oceania (without Australia and New Zealand)
-Editor Pick-
Name the most populous cities/towns of Oceania, excluding Australia and New Zealand.
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Area vs. Population
There's a clear winner here, and that's the data.
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'S' Countries on a Map
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Name the countries of the world beginning with S using the map.
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Doesn't Border a 'B' Country (Europe)
Big bad B borders benefit badgers?
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Largest Cities in Central America Map
-Editor Pick-
Name the largest cities in Central America.
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Geo Match-Up: Country, Capital, Language, Currency
It's time to go back to the basics. Or maybe the bank.
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US States Without Dunkin' Donuts
We could really go for some donuts right now...oh, nevermind.
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Capitals with a Z
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Name the world capitals with a Z in their name.
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Multi-Word Capitals of the World
Some cities are just so greedy with their names.
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World Cities Match-Up
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Pick the cities from each column that are in the same country.
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State Abbreviation Wordmaker
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Combine the state abbreviations for each US state shown below to form a word or name (see example).
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Big Geography (Europe)
We like big places in Europe and we cannot lie...
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Criteria Cities (UK)
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Pick the UK Cities which match all of the given criteria, reducing as you go.
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-Stan Country Borders
Stan called. He wants you to stop calling his neighbors' names.
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Countries Ending in 'L'
No, you can't add 'al' to the end of Kyrgyzstan to make it work.
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Name That Country (Americas)
-Editor Pick-
Can you name a North or South American country that fits each question?
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Sporcle's Easiest Capitals (Per Continent)
-Editor Pick-
Can you name Sporcle's easiest capital cities for each continent?
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Countries with Most French Speakers
Well, there's at least one obvious choice.
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Geography Editor: beforever

Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. Continents by Population
    80
    Needs more Antarctica. Or perhaps a similar quiz, but based on penguin population.
  2. Big Geography (Europe)
    72
    How is it possible that Sweden is the largest Nordic country, but Denmark is the largest country with a monarch? Both countries fit both categories. Are you counting Greenland for the monarchy question, but not for the others?
  3. Alliterative Countries and Continents
    62
    @Journey2688 I can already tell that people are gonna get mad at you for not understanding sarcasm.
  4. Where's My Border Gone? (US States)
    60
    At last, Florida Georgia Line can cease to exist.
  5. US States Without Dunkin' Donuts
    53
    Massachusetts has a Dunkin Donuts?
  6. Continents by Population
    48
    To all those complaining about Oceania over Australia, think of it like this: You're a smoker invited over to a non-smoking friend's home, and one of that friend's rules is "No smoking inside the house." If you're a decent person, you abide by your friend's rules and either you don't smoke at all or you take your smoking outside. Well, Sporcle has opted to make Oceania a continent for purposes of its geography quizzes and this is Sporcle's house and you're a guest. Either accept Sporcle's rules or don't play the geography quizzes.
    For what it's worth, to those using Wiki to back up your "continent" definition, Wiki also has this in its "Oceania" topic: "In the geopolitical conception used by the United Nations, International Olympic Committee, and many atlases, Oceania includes Australia and the nations of the Pacific from Papua New Guinea east, but not the Malay Archipelago or Indonesian New Guinea." If we're going to randomly exclude numbers of island nations from being a part of a continent, then Iceland and the UK can't be part of Europe, the West Indies nations can't be part of North America, Madagascar can't be part of Africa and Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Japan can't be part of Asia. The fact that just over a dozen nations don't belong to any of the "traditional" continents is part of the rationale for Oceania's use rather than just Australia.
  7. Continents by Population
    48
    Risk lied to me! Why do I only get 3 bonus soldiers for Africa but 5 for North America. Ethnic biases, Risk creators?
  8. US States That Border an Ocean
    47
    I don't understand why Connecticut would be only a bonus answer it's not like Long Island Sound is ever dry so there's always a coastline. I can see that for Pennsylvania where the tide has to come in for it to border salt water. I assume gulfs, bay, bights, sounds, fjords, coves, channels, and any other arms and inlets even various seas are considered part of a particular ocean.
  9. -Stan Country Borders
    45
    I like how the answers that are already on the screen aare gotten right less often than the ones you actually have to think about
  10. -Stan Country Borders
    44
    I stan corrected