Quiz: Can You Score 27/35 on This Difficult World Geography Quiz?
Can You Score 27/35 on This Difficult World Geography Quiz?
By: Robin Tyler
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About This Quiz

It's something that people take for granted. They think they know much about the world, its continents, countries and capitals. 

But what about mountain ranges, rivers and lakes? These also make up the subject of geography. 

It truly is a fascinating subject. For instance, did you know that Mount Everest will easily fit into the deepest trench in the sea? In fact, Everest would need to be two kilometers taller than it currently is for the tip to stick out of the ocean! Now that's one deep trench. And you know its name right? Well, if you don't, this quiz will help you!

Do you know the northernmost human habitat in the world? I bet it's cold there! Can you tell which is the Antarctic and which is the Arctic? Or what is the purpose of the equator?

If you love questions like this, and with a few obscure country capitals thrown in, then you will love this quiz! But just how much do you think you will score on it?

Your aim should be at least 27 right! That will give you a passing grade in our book.

Let's see how you fare, shall we?

Take your time and good luck!

1 of 35
In what city is Table Mountain found?
2 of 35
Which country has Freetown as its capital?
3 of 35
Of the list of countries below, which has the least people per square kilometer?
4 of 35
Look at the list below. Which country listed here has the most people per square kilometer?
5 of 35
Windhoek is the capital of which African country?
6 of 35
True or false. Venice, Italy is closer to the true magnetic north than New York, United States.
7 of 35
The northernmost inhabited place in the world is _________.
8 of 35
The continent of South America is made up from how many nations?
9 of 35
The deepest part of the ocean is known as what?
10 of 35
Of these options below, which is the most spoken language on Earth?
12 of 35
The capital of Kosovo is?
13 of 35
Name the port city on the coast of Namibia which means Whale Bay in the Afrikaans language.
14 of 35
Near what state would you find the city of Washington D.C.?
15 of 35
True or false. London, England is closer to the true magnetic north than Seattle, Washington.
16 of 35
The southernmost inhabited place in the world is _________.
17 of 35
The imaginary line that travels around the center of the earth is known as?
18 of 35
The continent of Africa consists of how many nations?
19 of 35
Europe consists of how many nations?
20 of 35
True or false. The Arctic Circle is found in the northern hemisphere of the earth.
21 of 35
What is the state capital of Missouri?
22 of 35
True or false. Australia is NOT a continent.
23 of 35
The capital of Cote d'Ivoire is Yamoussoukro. True or false.
24 of 35
Which of these is the biggest ocean in the world?
25 of 35
Of the options below, which one is these is the capital of Israel?
26 of 35
The world's deepest lake is?
27 of 35
How many nations make up Asia?
28 of 35
Can you name the capital of Nigeria?
29 of 35
In which continent would you find the mountain known as Aconcagua?
30 of 35
The African country of Cote d'Ivoire literally means ________ in English.
31 of 35
The longest river in America is?
32 of 35
Name the capital of Fiji, please.
33 of 35
Of these below, which would be the highest mountain in Australia?
34 of 35
Name the massive fault line found under California, please.
35 of 35
True or false: The Kalahari is a desert in Africa.
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