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Closest Countries to Antarctica
How low can you go?
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Most Northern Countries by Continent

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Asian Geography Bunker
Editor Pick
Name the answers correctly to get to sector 15 of the Asian geography bunker.
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Spelled Like Chad
Will Chad take this as a compliment? We hope so.
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Hidden U.S. Cities
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Name the answers to these geography questions to reveal the hidden U.S. cities.
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Quick Pick: Countries bordering Germany
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Quickly pick the countries bordering Germany
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Fix the US Map
Just because it's a map and it has a label on it doesn't mean it's correct. Don't trust every map you see!
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Anything but Mauritania
Poor Mauritania. It finally gets its own quiz, only to be none of the answers.
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Countries: After B
'We insist, after you,' said the other letters to 'B'.
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Flags without flags
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Can you find the (hidden) flag outlines of prompted country? Some outlines are quite similar, so be aware...
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State Capital Ending Trio Pairs
There are only 50 state capitals, couldn't they have been more imaginative with their names?
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More Vowels American Countries
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Can you name American Countries (North + South America) with More Vowels than Consonants?
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Most Populous Cities of California on a Map
Alternate title: 30 Places To Avoid During Rush Hour.
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Most Populated Countries of the Americas
We're not sure 5 million people would fit on some of those tiny Caribbean islands, even if they wanted to.
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Capital Name Slot Machine
These capitals have been broken up! Can you put them back together correctly?
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Click the Capitals: M
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Can you click the location of each capital city beginning with 'M'?
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Progressively Harder South American Flags
With only 12 countries, this might be one of your better chances at getting 100% on a flag quiz.
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Largest Metros Beginning with a Vowel
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Name the largest world metros whose names begin with a vowel.
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Find the 5-letter Countries (Picture Click)
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Pick the countries whose names contain exactly five letters.
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Bordering Germany on a Map
No pun here because jokes about Germany are the wurst.
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5 in 6 in 5: Geography
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Pick the five answers from each of the six categories in five minutes.
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Mixed Word: Anagrammed Countries
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Name the scrambled world countries that looks like unscrambled something else.
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'I'-Less African Countries
OK, but now who's going to bless the rains?
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More European Landmarks by Country
This is the only place you can go to see 25 awesome landmarks without paying a tourist fee or waiting in line for an hour.
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Top Five Countries by Vegetable Production
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Name the top five producing countries for each vegetable.
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Country Quiz: Iraq
Do you know these facts about Iraq?
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Three-state Borders (Picture Click)
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Stately Connection: click all states, and only those states, that border exactly three (3) other states. Diagonal borders count.
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Populous US Cities Memory Minefield
Take a stroll down memory lane, just try not to blow up along the way.
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Top 10 Cotton Producing U.S. States
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Name the top ten cotton-producing U.S states.
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Countries with lots of young people
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Name the countries with the lowest median age.
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Mapped Seas and Their Cities
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Name these seas (and four gulfs) and their largest coastal cities*.
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Country Capital Minefield: Asia
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Pick the correct Asian country and capital pairs, whilst avoiding the decoys.
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Recent popular comments in Geography

  1. US States by Popular Attractions
    58
    Is this currently being edited? Because these answers are alllllllll screwed up...
  2. Click the US States in Alphabetical Order
    50
    I guess being forced to memorize "Fifty Nifty United States" in 5th grade music class wasn't such a waste after all.
  3. Countries Ending in 'M'
    46
    This is going to be easy. Let's see, there's Guam, and .... wait, why won't it take that? Oh, right. What else? Suriname.... D'oh!
  4. Find the 4-Letter Countries
    46
    Spent 4 clicks blindly fumbling through Oceania looking for Fiji. I can't find it on a laptop and yet some people can find it in a canoe from New Guinea. Fail.
  5. European Union Members Minefield
    44
    Vote up for BREMAIN or vote down for BREXIT
  6. Fix the US Map
    43
    Congrats @mikenew on your first publish after a whopping 431 contributed quizzes!
  7. Gimme Five: Population
    43
    Even in what should be a geography quiz, American sport still finds a way in...
  8. Countries Ending in 'M'
    43
    in this type of quiz i think there are two kinds of sporcler, the kind that dive right in and click play, and then there's the kind that quickly fly round the virtual globe in the head, think of at least one country that meets the criteria and then clicks play. if the second one doesn't sound familiar then you are the first kind, well done on your honest approach. If you are the second kind bravo on your gamesmanship
  9. Sporcle's Hardest Countries on a Map (A-Z)
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    Oddly enough the only reason djibouti is the d country is because most people inadvertently get dominica right when they're typing in dominican republic.
  10. Fix the US Map
    41
    Confusing Buffalo/Syracuse is incredibly easy for someone who hasn't really spent much time in that part of the country. They're only like 150 miles apart. That said, there probably should be more "tough" ones like that. Also, I'm not from Oregon but should Portland be a little closer to the Washington border?