Quiz: Do You Know the Most, Biggest and Best of United States Geography?
Do You Know the Most, Biggest and Best of United States Geography?
By: Isadora Teich
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About This Quiz

Think you know Yellowstone from Death Valley? The continental United States of America covers nearly 3.8 million square miles of land. It stretches a massive 2,680 miles wide and 1,582 miles in length. As a sovereign state, it is the third largest country on Earth by area, following Russia and Canada. The U.S. is diverse in geography and climate, with both sprawling metropolises and vast uninhabited areas of forest and desert.   

America has high mountains, low basins and scorching hot deserts. There are thousands of miles of coastline to be found. Within U.S. territory, the climate ranges from subarctic to tropical. From the flat plains of the Midwest to the violent but beautiful volcanic terrain of Hawaii and other U.S. island territories, there is vast diversity when it comes to the geography of the United States of America. There is so much to see that it would be hard to see it all in person in a single lifetime. There is no denying the fascinating beauty to be found within the borders of America. 

If you are a geography buff who knows the biggest, baddest and best of what makes America a country unlike any other on Earth, then try your hand at this colossal quiz!  

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